Stippled Roses Card Class – 1/2 a Dozen to Go!

I just love the Stippled Roses Bundle! Not only because I love roses, but because it’s so easy to make beautiful card with it! I have three cards to share with you. They are all different and beautiful in their own way. 

You can get the kits for two of each of these cards for free (1/2 Dozen Cards to Go Kits) and the tutorial with a purchase of $40.00 or more in my online store this week.  If your order is $50.00 or more before tax and shipping, I will include a pack of Rhinestones! You must use the current host code (D3Z4KMB3) at checkout when you place your order. They will be mailed out Monday, March 25th.
I will pre-cut and include all cardstock, ribbon, and twine to make these cards You will need the stamps and dies to finish the cards.  Any die cuts or embossing that are not part of the bundle will be done for you.  If you would like to order you can order here using the embedded host code link: SHOP HERE

The first card is created with Pebbled Path Cardstock. It has a lovely embossed floral background behind the gorgeous Rose Designer Series Paper. Die cuts used include Everyday Details Dies and Thoughtful Expressions Dies. There’s also a sprig of the vellum leaves. The touch of Flirty Flamingo on the rose adds just the right amount of contrast.

The colors in the second card are Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla, Granny Apple Green, and Moody Mauve. This card also has an embossed background:

The third card is a fun fold card.  It’s a Flip Top Buckle Card and it’s so much fun to make!

I used Stippled Roses Dies and the largest circle die in the Everyday Details Dies to make this card.  The Stampin’ Blends Colors I used on the roses were Petal Pink, Light Flirty Flamingo, Dark Calypso Coral, and Light Granny Apple Green for the leaves.

I used the whole large rose image on the flip part of the card.

When the card is open it looks like this:

And this is what it looks like where the large rose image is placed:

If you missed the video, you can watch the replay here and see how to make the card:

Thanks for stopping by today!  I hope you enjoyed the cards!

Here’s a list of the supplies I used: 

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