Wednesday, 23 March 2016

Wonderful Wedding Rose Wonder for Wednesday!

Wow... what a rose... Now I have to admit that this set initially passed me by... But I saw lots and lots of lovely makes and so it snook into my last order!! So glad it did... what can I say... FABULOUS!!!

Beautiful greetings (OK I won't use all of them... but most are gorgeous)  Stunning die cut roses and leaves - and a gorgeous frame too...
So for today - a " breath-taking & mouth-dropping" 7" square card!!! Well those 4 words have been uttered by everyone that has seen the card so far! Have to admit it does look REALLY good in the flesh... 

We will be making this card at classes next week... still some spaces for Wednesday if anyone would like to join us...

12 comments:

  1. Like you I had decided not to get this, saw lovely ideas and added it to last order. This card is stunning and I will be CASEING !!!!! :-) :-) x

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    1. Oh you won't regret it Anne! Glad you like!

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  2. when you die cut the Rose, did you keep all of the leaf intact .it looks beautiful!!!thanks for sharing,

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    1. Thanks Eileen... I lifted the die cut piece carefully and I was lucky... All the leaf bits kept in place.... So then I poked the remainder of the rose pieces out... And stuck trimmed card pieces behind the leaves and rose.... I think this was pure luck though.... I was getting ready to glue lots of leaf bits back in....!

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  3. Amanda, your comment made me laugh "I was getting ready to glue lots of leaf bits back in.." As soon as I saw your gorgeous card I was thinking just that exact thought Ü

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    1. Lol! Thanks Tracy... I was saved on this occasion.... Though strangely I find gluing bits in quite therapeutic.... Strange as I am not one that likes to poke them out in the first place! Thank heavens for my die cut brush......

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  4. Your card is absolutely stunning! Beautifully done!

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  5. Thank you Diane...glad you like it....

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  6. Incredibly beautiful; I am off to make my very own, now! Thank you for sharing and inspiring! :)

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    1. Thank you Donna... Enjoy..... Hope it is made by the time you read this!

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  7. Beautiful card. I need a quick wedding card and this is it. Just wanted to ask what is the grey paper you used on the inside of the card? Is it a shinny paper or not? Thank you so much for this great and beautiful idea.

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    1. OH thank you Deborah... The paper is the "quite shiny" silver paper from the Stampn Up! Neutrals paper 12 X 12 designer paper stack...

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