Double Tag Roses
Other Products: Hero Arts white pigment ink, hot glue, foam dots, funnel tray, paper distressing tool by Ranger, Smooth White Cardstock and Die-cutting machine, Distress Oxide Leaf Green, paper trimmer, die cutting machine
For more tips on creating with the Wild Rose Collection watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/2ALPhFnT-qI.
Instructions: The ready top fold card from smooth white cardstock measures 5 1/2 x 8". Choose the pattern papers from the designer paper collection and cut 5 x 7 1/2" paper. Next glue the designer paper on white cardstock making a white border of 1/16" on all sides. Next, add another layer of card panel using coordinating papers and finally layer the card on the ready cardstock using double-sided tapes.
Choose 2 tags from the same paper collection and cut with its coordinating die. Make holes and glue eyelets. Thread natural twine from the holes and arrange the tags as shown using double-sided tape. Cut a sentiment from the paper collection and add onto tags. Diecut 2 of the Heart of Joy die from white cardstock and stack them together. Attach under tags as shown.
Cut 2 doilies using Rounded Window Frame Die, stack them together and distress them using Aged Mohaghany Distress Ink. Cut the prepared doily and make a loop as shown and arrange it on the ready card panel using hot glue.
For the wild roses, stamp the flower petals onto Deluxe Flower shaping paper using Magenta Hue Archival ink and Large and Small Wild Rose Stamp die set and cut them using their coordinating dies. Ink the flowers using Magenta Hue, Cactus Flower and Leaf green and shape them using Deluxe flower shaping kit. Once done assembling the flowers, prick the centers of the flowers and add small frosted thread stamens and glue them from the back with hot glue. For tiny yellow fillers, follow the same steps using the smallest flower from the same collection and Buttercup Archival ink.
For vellum leaves, stamp 2-3 images with white pigment ink on the vellum, sprinkle white heat embossing powder, dust extras and heat set. Cut the images using a coordinating die set and color them using Leaf Green distress oxide. Also, shape them using needle tool.
Attach the flowers and leaves onto the card as pictured, using hot glue. Use the Dries Clear glue to add Rajni Chawla's Crystal Clear glitter to the flowers, leaves and rest of card as desired.