Other Products: White Cardstock, Canson Watercolor Paper, Prima Art Stones, Silver Wedding Bands, Hot Glue Gun, Sap Green Archival Ink, Cuttlebug Wildflower Embossing Folder, Clear Rock Candy Distress Crackle Paint.
You can watch a video on making roses here.
Instructions: My card size is 4 1/4 x 5 1/2". Make card base and cut out the medallion on the card front. Next I cut a strip of card stock and embossed it with the folder. Glue this down onto the card front. Stamp the dove in black ink onto white cardstock and diecut with coordinating die. Stamp roses and leaves in Rich Cocoa onto white cardstock and diecut with coordinating dies. Use the daubers along with Pearlescent Coral ink on the roses. Use Bamboo Leaves and New Sprout on the leaves. Shape the dove, flowers and leaves. Paint the edges of the roses with the Crackle Paint and sprinkle the Frosting Powder over them; use the heat gun and set the powder. I also used the Frosting Powder on the Medallion on the card front. It gives the cardstock a bit more stability. Next I took some of the Art Stones and rubbed them around over the Coral ink pad until the color suited me. I glued them to the center of the smaller flowers. Now glue the dove, leaves and roses to the card front. I used hot glue to adhere these. I looped the rings over one of the tendrils of the leaves and then glued the end down to hold them and keep them from slipping off the card front. This lets the rings have movement. Now cut out a sentiment from the paper collection and I colored the edges to match my roses and then glue it down.
Created By: Glenda Brooks