Other Products: White Cardstock, Canson Watercolor Paper, gold seed beads, Glossy Accents, Distress Inks in Victorian Velvet, Bundled Sage and Seedless Preserves, hot glue gun
Watch this video https://youtu.be/Z8P070kC3oo to learn how to create dimensional roses with the Classic Rose Collection. Watch this video https://youtu.be/wxX94X84kUo for tips on using foldout cards, shadowbox and the border basics dies.
Instructions: My project is 6" X 6". Find the shadow box in the envelope and cover the sections with the paper collection. Next I chose a 6" X 6" card front from the paper and glued it down on the inside panel of the box. Next I cut a piece of the paper collection and covered the back of the box to hide the closures. I cut the Raindrops on Roses die out of white cardstock and glued it to one of the inside flaps of the box. Next I stamped, cut out and colored the butterflies. Next I glued the gold seed beads to the bodies of the butterflies and then I covered the butterfly with the Glossy Accents to give them a shiny appearance and then lay them aside to dry.
I stamped, cut out, colored and shaped the flowers and leaves on white cardstock using various inks. Once you have made the flowers, add Heart of Gold and Lettuce Entertain You Prills to the insides and set them aside to dry. I added Vintage Glass Glitter to the edges of the roses and I think it almost looks like dew on the petals. Next I arranged the flowers and leaves and glued them down. Some of the flowers were hot glued to the box front and some I just used Designer Dries Clear glue. Once I was happy with the placement of the leaves and flowers, I tucked in the little butterflies and glued them down. The box is complete.
Created By: Glenda Brooks