Happy Tuesday!!! You all know what that means….I have a fabulous technique to share with you today!!! I loved the Rose Wonder Stamp Set and coordinating Rose Garden Framelits (Bundle & Save 15%) once I first laid eyes on them! I love the beautiful flowers and the greetings…..oh my goodness. I reach for this stamp set for every card I create because the greetings are PERFECT!!!
This is a very simple and yet so beautiful card that is perfect for many different occasions!!! I created this one as a Sympathy and Thinking of You and the other sample is Birthday! I love it!!! You can also play with different colors for even more fun! Let’s get started!
For this card, all you need is cardstock, ink, Fine Tip Glue Pen and the Rose Wonder Bundle! I cut a piece of Very Vanilla Cardstock measuring 4″ x 5-1/4″ and placed it on the Precision Base Plate. I placed the large rose die on the paper where both of the leaf ends are very close to the edge or falling off. Then run this through the Big Shot. You can run it through 1-2 times to make sure you have that nice even cut. Then the best way to get the image out of the die and to pop out all of the cut out piece, you will want to use the Die Brush. Check out how amazing it is here! That thing is best thing ever! Love it!!! You will want to keep the negative/corner of the cardstock of the Rose as well. I used a Lost Lagoon card base and adhered the corner piece to the top right hand corner of the card front. Then using the Fine Tip Glue Pen, I add adhesive to the Rose and placed it right next to that corner piece. In some places it is closer and in others, it is farther away and that’s okay. You don’t need to coat the entire back of the rose. I mostly did the edges and a few spots in the middle, then placed it down and held it for 15-30 seconds. Then if there are a few spots still popping up, just add a little underneath and press it down again. I used Lost Lagoon ink for the greeting from the Rose Wonder Stamp Set! Here is another sample!
I thought it would be fun to use two colors – Elegant Eggplant and Pink Pirouette. I love how it turned out. I think a light and dark blue would be fabulous as well! Since the cardstock is so dark, I decided to add the greeting to the bottom left corner! I also added a few pearls in the center of the rose for a little bling! I love it!
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Let me know in the comment below which color combination you like the most or what color combination I should try next!