Monday, March 6, 2017

How To Make an Easy Yet Beautiful 3D Paper Rose

Today's post is all about how to make an easy yet beautiful 3D paper Rose in just three steps. This dazzling flower starts with a sheet of Robin's Nest Cardstock. With a snip and swirl a garden of black and silver roses bloom across your card.
~ Touch The Stars ~
The Silver Roses Glitter Cardstock has roses scattered randomly across it. Find it and the other beautiful papers and embellishments used for this card at The Robin's Nest store.
Step 1) Carefully cut a rose along the silver outer edge.
Step 2) Cut that rose into a spiral, using the silver line as a vague pattern.
Step 3) Starting at the center, curl and glue the paper into a rounded shape. Press the glued surfaces together until the adhesive bonds before moving onto the next portion.
ScraPerfect provides the exact tools needed for this project. The Best Glue Ever is the just-right bonding strength and the large No-Clog Writing Cap allows you to place a single dot of glue at strategic points.
Metallic Trim:Pink Straw
Pink Tag Sticker:Daughter Stickers
Moon card:Rosy Cards
Doily:Punched from Rosy Diamond Cardstock with Kreaxions Punch #913
Butterfly:Punched from Rosy Chevron Cardstock with Kreaxions Punch #604
In the US Kreaxions product are available from Just Imagine Crafts.
This card is a 5x7" base of Smoky Chevron Cardstock with a 4.5 x 6.5" layer of Wedding Cut-Outs Cardstock over the top. For a finishing touch I used the Best Glue Ever to add Metallic Pink Dew Drops to the roses, butterfly, and doily.
Check my blog Scrappin' Chaos for a list of supplies.

Scrap On!

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