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June 09, 2012

Flowers and more flowers

I know!  I have flowers on all of my paper crafting projects! I just can't STOP myself with these flowers!!!  This card has no rubber stamping or ink of any kind and I love that you can make a card without them!  These Rolled Roses are simple and addicting.  You can see the video on how to make them HERE.

SSC259
SSC 259

Supplies:  Daffodil Delight and Shimmer White card stocks; Summer Smooches Designer Series Paper; Big Shot; Fancy Fan Textured Impressions Folder; Scallop Circles #2 Die - 3 1/2" circle; 1/4" Dafodil Delight Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon; Rhinestones; Stampin' Dimensionals; Mini Glue Dots; Snail Adhesive.  Technique is "Rolled Roses" - You can see the video HERE.  (I used the 3 1/2" circle die and spiral cut it and then stuffed a half of a rolled up dimensional in the center and then a mini glue dot on top of it and then a Rhinestone on top of that.)

Comments

Thanks so much, Selene! I'm a little addicted to flowers now! LOL

Yea!!! this is so pretty! I love the paper flowers!

Thank you, Gretchen! I enjoy your sketches! :-D

LOVE your dimensional flowers -- how pretty and bright! Great job with the sketch this week. Thanks for playing along at Stamping 411! Blessings, Gretchen

Thanks, Vicki! Always a pleasure! ;-)

so pretty, those flowers are gorgeous!! Thanks for joining on us the Stamping 411 blog!

Awww...thanks so much, Lee! :-)

Outstanding!! Outstandingly Beautiful that is!!!

haha - you're right, Patti! :-)

There's never too many flowers on a card!!!! These rolled roses are wonderful!

Thanks, Tammy! Glad you liked it! :-)

The flowers are gorgeous! Such a pretty card! Thanks for joining us at Stamping 411!!

Thank you, Lyn! :-)

Must admit I too love flowers on cards. These look lovely and there is no need for other embellishments. Thanks for sharing your delightful creations.

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