I love making these Rosettes or Lollies as some call them. I have the Stampin’ Up! die that cuts them for me, but I did this one with my Simply Scored. Since not all of my stamp club ladies have the die I wanted them to be able to make them at home. I put a 12 X 12″ piece of DSP in my Simply Scored and scored at 1/2″ increments all the way across. Then I cut the DSP at 1 1/2″ strips. It took no time at all! I used 2 pieces end to end for each Rosette. The Simply Scored is a WONDERFUL tool!
Isn’t this glimmer paper beautiful?! I thought this would be a good card for a man. It has that masculine look to it.
This Rosette was made using the Modern Medley DSP. I think this is my favorite DSP in the Annual Catalog. However, there are a couple of the designs that I am not fond of and would go unused. This was the perfect way to use up these sheets.
I finished off the inside of the card with another heart punch with the glimmer paper. Thanks for stopping by!
This is another project we made in my January class. And another big hit with the ladies. Directions are included below.
It’s a very quick and easy project but looks so impressive. I used the new tag punch from the Celebration catalog. LOVE this punch!
Wouldn’t this make a cute May basket to leave on a neighbor or loved ones door?
It’s the perfect size to add some small goodies and a note.
Directions: cut 2 hearts (I used Spellbinders largest scalloped heart) Cut 1 piece of card stock 6 1/2″ x 2″ & place the 6 1/2″ side at the top of your score tool. Score at 3 1/4″ turn and place the 2″ side at the top & score at 1/2″ on both sides. Cut out a “V” on both sides at the center score as pictured. Fold score lines and assemble your box. If you have any questions, let me know.