Thursday, October 20, 2011

Blue Rose Birthday Card

Can you believe it?!  I'm posting something to my blog and it's the middle of the week!  Ok, a day later than the middle of the week. ;)  I've still been busy creating cards, just not taking the time to blog what I've done. If I could just put a pic on I'd be all set, but I like to add at least a few words in with the pictures!  Today's card is one I actually  made almost a month ago to give to one of my coworkers.  I've always wanted to try making a rose, so thought I'd give it a try this time because I'd been giving 3-D type cards to the other ladies I work with.  I have to admit making this one was a little time consuming because it was my first try, but I loved how it turned out!  I'm just hoping the rose didn't fall off the card before she got it home! lol  I did make a second card that I'll post in a day or two...ok, maybe a little later than that.  The second rose went together a lot easier and it's put together better too.  I guess practice does make perfect...or at least starts heading you in that direction. :)  There are a lot of blogs where you can get instructions on how to make a rose, but this is where I found my instructions  The two things I did differently is I didn't use glue...I used sticky strip instead, and I also snipped about an eighth of an inch into each "v" of the flower petal so it didn't rip when I was curling the petals (well I did on my second rose at least!).  

Thanks for looking and have a great day!

Stamp Set:  Afterthoughts (retired hostess)
Card Stock:  Marina Mist,  Garden Green & Whisper White
Classic Stampin' Pad:  Marina Mist
Embossing Folder:  Elegant Lines
Bigz Die:  Top Note
Sizlit Die:  Little Leaves
Shimmer Paint:  Champagne Mist


  1. You may not be able to post often but when you do it is GORGEOUS!!

  2. I LOVE the rose! The inking really adds to the realistic look! I like that you kept the rest of the card CAS to make the flower the center of attention!

  3. My favorite flower! It is beautiful!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Hugs, Dawn


Thank you for your comments. I read everyone! If you ever wonder how I've made something I'd be glad to let you know! Sara

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