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DOGWOOD ROSETTE

>> Wednesday, April 25, 2012


Hello Friends! Happy Wednesday!! Our week is almost over and we can hopefully enjoy the weekend! For todays card, I thought it would be fun to make a Rosette. I took a 1" x  white strip of card stock and stamped the Dogwood Branch image from DRS Designs in Pretty in Pink, Rose Red and Regal Rose Inks. I then scored every 1/4" across and created a mountain/ valley fold., snipped off one score line and glued together. Then used a 1 1/2" Circle punch and punched from a scrap piece of card stock and glued to the inside circle to hold the Rosette together.

I then stamped the same Dogwood image on the background of the Pink Pirhouette card stock. I ran white card stock through the Polka Dots Embossing folder and sponged it with Pretty In Pink ink. I then took white card stock and stamped the Good Courage Greeting in Rose Red Ink and wiped the ink pad across to add a little color. I added some Saffron and Rose Red Layers and tied a yellow satin ribbon around to tie a bow.


Join us again tomorrow for our challenge! Thank you for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!

Chrissy D

9 comments:

Ultimate Whirligig said...

Brilliant card Chrissy. I love your different ways of using the stamp. Great rosette.

Shelia said...

Chrissy, this is just lovely! I really like your rosette using the dogwood stamp - very pretty!

Karin said...

Great floral background and the rosette is beautiful!

Samantha said...

How pretty! Terrific job Chris!

Janett said...

Wonderful card, I love the rosette.

Pam said...

Chris, this is such an awesome rosette. It is perfection. Love your colors, too. I tried a rosette one time......not so good:)

Sue said...

How cool is this??? Wonderful card and the rosette is a terrific bonus!

Mary said...

Love your card ...very pretty...

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

How pretty, Chris! Love the fan folded medallion and the soft colors.

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