After getting home from Christmas shopping, I decided to have a little play in the craft room, I have been dying to have a go at this little baby:
I have to tell you, I am in love with it...LOL.
I ran a piece of white card stock through my Cuttlebug, cutting a Tim Holtz, Alterations, Rosette die, I folded the scored lines and glued each end, pressed down to form the rosette and glue the scalloped circle to the centre to hold the rosette together. Next, I took the PTI, 2010 Holiday Tags and stamping one of the images onto white card stock, that was inked with red ink, punching the image out with a circle punch, setting aside to dry. Taking the rosette once again, I added glue around the edges of the rosette and adhered prisma glitter, then adhered the stamped image to the centre of the rosette. Taking more white card stock, I took the Hero Arts, Large Plaid background stamp and inked it with some Hero Arts, Punch ink, stamping over the white card stock, trimming it down and sewing around the edges, applying distress ink, vintage photo and stamping once again with the punch ink, using PTI, Holiday Sparkle small stamps that are contained in this set to stamp over the plaid background to produce my own patterned paper. I took some Hero Arts, Punch paper and ran it through my Cuttlebug, cutting a mat stack die, then stamping inside the mat stack using the corresponding mat stack stamp from the Tiny Treats stamp set that was inked with punch ink. Taking the plaid background card stock, I stamped a sentiment from the PTI, Big Bold Holiday Wishes. I then adhered all the pieces together using foam dimensionals, adhering the sewn card stock to a trimmed white card. Lastly, I added some red pearls to finish the card.
I love this rosette die and cannot wait to use it more to create projects.
I hope you all have a great day, think of me having to work today!