Rose Card


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Dimensional Rose Card


Shopping List

Spellbinders Classic Frame Die: WIZS5 – 012

 Unmounted Rambling Rose A5 Stamp Plate: UMRAMB

 U-Mount Repositioning Mounting Cushion: UMREPOST

White Thick Card 220gsm:P/N 40001

 Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad : Spun Sugar: DPSPUN

 Cut `n` Dry Foam : FOAMCUT

 Non-Stick craft sheet: CRAFTSHELRG( Large ) – CRAFTSHELSM ( Small)

Acrylic Block: 6″ X 4″ : BLOCK3

 Double Sided Tape : Tape2s


Perfect Medium Ink Pad : PERPADCL

Cosmic Shimmer Embossing Powder : Bright Gold – CSEPBRGOLD

Ribbon : Various Ribbon Codes

Low Tack Tape, Embossing Tool, Paper Roses & Gems.


Step by Step Instructions

 1  Cut 3 pieces of the thick white card to 14cm x 21cm.


Place the large frame cut side down and exactly in the middle of the card width, use the centre of the die pattern when placing it at the 7cm half way point. Secure the die down using low tack tape facing towards the middle of the die so it doesn`t mark the card when released.


Cut through all 3 layers of white card at once in an embossing machine. This will make an imprint on the 2nd and 3rd layer rather than cutting all the way through. This will act as a guide when cutting each piece of card, so replace the die over the lines and cut each piece singly.


Place all 3 frames together and ensure the side edges are the same width apart. Measure and trim off the excess.


Score down the centre point top and bottom on all 3 frames.


Stamp and emboss the rose image in opposite corners of the frames using the perfect medium and gold embossing powder.


Place the frame on the craft mat and with the cut`n`dry foam add the spun sugar to the rose. Start with the inner frame edge and work out so the rose gets lighter towards the edge of the petals, then go back and darken the centre.


Stamp the small rose leaf image in the opposite corners and colour all the leaves with the shabby shutters using the same process. Complete on all 3 frames.


Cut 2 pink large rectangles and 2 green small rectangles from relevant inside of the dies. Also cut and emboss the detail of 2 green frames. Stamp and emboss a sentiment onto vellum using the gold embossing powder.


10 Fold all 3 panels exactly in half making sure the frame patterns all meet together, this will give an exact finish to the project. Place double sided tape on the top, bottom and side edges of one side only.


11   Fold the tape back to make tabs, and then place the folded frame on top making sure the edges are all exact then pull the tabs to secure the card down.


12 Open the card panel out and lay flat. Knot a length of ribbon to create a loop then using the centre line stick the ribbon down at the top and bottom of the card.


13  Attach the vellum sentiment to the back of the frame and then add the small panel behind, repeat on the other frame and add 4 gems over the corner holes. Stick one frame to the back of the ribbon and then place the other over the front to create a suspended sentiment. Add the final rose panel using the tab technique to complete the card.


14 Add a bow and paper roses to finish the dimensional card.


15  A more dimensional view , the card folds flat to post .



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7 Responses to Rose Card

  1. Sheila aka Ginger says:

    Wow!! Absolutely stunning Suzanne….love the shape too.

    Love Sheila xx

  2. Kate Macleod says:

    Another easy to follow workshop Suzanne. The card is very striking yet fairly simple to make.
    Kate x

  3. Marian says:

    Stunning Suzanne, and so well explained!
    (Mazfrance over at JS forum)

  4. AliceH says:

    Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous, Suzanne. Another great tutorial- many thanks!

    Alice x

  5. Marion McColl says:

    beautiful Suzanne you are one very talented lady and clever

  6. Paper Junkie says:

    This is such a pretty and clever card and perfect for my sister’s birthday in July as her name is Rose! Looking forward to making it.

  7. Paper Junkie says:

    Made this card for my sister and she loved it.
    Make sure you have plenty of time to make this as although not too difficult there are lots of stages where accuracy is vital. Thanks Suzanne – keep them coming.

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