Hey, everyone! I am really excited to show you my project this week for The Cutting Cafe. The DT is using the Beautiful Rose stamp set. I really love this set, so I decided to make two cards.
I absolutely love roses and yellow is my mother's favorite color for roses. As a matter of fact, her and I just went out and bought a yellow rose bush yesterday, so I thought this would be so pretty.
The rose I printed on vellum paper and dry embossed it, then colored it with Copics markers. I then cut it out and applied it to the cardstock with pop dots. Don't you love the dimension?! This is the first time I have tried this and was pretty pleased with it...just a little pat on my back (Lol).
I colored a few I Am Roses flowers and applied them to the top corner. The background paper is actually a background stamp that I embossed with yellow embossing glitter.
I also added a bow using ribbon from Papertrey Ink.
There were so many pretty stamps in this set that I just had to make another card using several different images, and here it is:
Of course, you know pink is my favorite color, so I had to make a rose with that color. There is so much in this card that I just love. I used the vase and cut it out, applied Stickles to the outside and sat it in a bed of roses.
This is the vase and flower. I used a pearl strand as the stem and don't you love that rose? It turned out so cute! I printed out the rose on white cardstock, added sticky tape and burnished some fine glitter and then colored it with Copics.
Here is a closeup of the rose. I also added a strand of my resin pearls that I made. Love these!
This frame is another stamp from the set. I printed it on vellum paper and dry embossed it, then colored it.
This is a resin bow that I made. I love how the color and glitter came out. I am going to make a lot more of these. I will do another post that has my resin goodies later.
Here is another closeup of my rose. Aren't you falling in love with this stamp set? Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you will check out the other DT members and the Cutting Cafe blog to see what they have designed. You know it is sure to knock your socks off!
See ya next time!