Other Products: Light green, & ivory cardstock, gold glitter paper, gold mirror cardstock, Creative Embellishments chipboard fall words, small wooden fall leaves, small wooden window frame, (hand made) fabric and trim for curtains, pop-dots, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist hemlock green, & suede, Ranger Distress Inks: peeled paint, & spiced marmalade, Ranger Alcohol inks: lettuce, sunset orange, red pepper, cranberry, ginger, & latte, Tim Holtz sponge tool & felt pads, Gesso, paint brush
Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection.
Instructions: Start by painting the frame and words with a coat of Gesso. Stamp four sets of the rose petals onto ivory cardstock with cocoa ink. Color half of the petals with peeled paint centers and spiced marmalade tips. The other half color with spiced marmalade centers and peeled paint tips. Cut with matching dies and assemble roses and buds using the video above as a guide. Stamp three sets of the leaves onto light green cardstock with cocoa ink, cut with matching die. Shape leaves and spray with hemlock mist. If frame is dry spray with suede glimmer mist. Cut three sets of the leafy branches from glitter paper. I made small curtains for the back of my frame and glued them in place. But as you can see they are almost completely covered, so I believe this would be optional. Arrange roses on left side of frame and glue in place, using pop-dots where needed. Snip leaves and branches and tuck in to fill up gaps.
Using sponging tool and felt pad sponge on alcohol inks randomly onto small wooden fall leaves and chipboard words. Glue in place as pictured, leaving three leaves for the vase. Die cut the vase from mirror cardstock. Use the die as a pattern and trace around it onto ivory cardstock. Fussy cut this out and trim as necessary to fit behind gold vase. Glue these two pieces together, leaving the top open to tuck leaves in. Glue leaves in vase and attach to frame with pop-dots to finish your project.
Created By: Maureen Russell