I finally have the video ready for you so you can make these fun Roses with your Fancy Flower Punch.
SUPPLIES: Card Stock for your Rose
Green Card Stock for your leaves Fancy Flower Punch #118073
Paper Snips or Scissors
Tombow Multipurpose Liquid Glue
7/8″ OR 1-1/4″ Scallop Circle Punch
Floral Wire from your local store (Optional)
Wire Cutters from your local store (Optional)
Needlenose Pliers from your local store (Optional)
Do you like Roses? You can make a Rose with the Fancy Flower Punch and card stock. I am working on a video to show you how easy it is to make this type of Rose. Today you will just get a peek of the finished Roses in a Mini Milk Carton Vase. So be thinking of what color of Roses you want to make. Look for the video next week. Meanwhile gather your supplies: Fancy Flower Punch, Paper Snips, Bone Folder, Glue Dots, Tombow Multipurpose Liquid Glue. You can go ahead and make the Mini Milk Carton vase now if you want to display your Roses. You will need floral wire (the thicker the better), Needle Nose Pliers, and Wire Cutters. I used Floral and Craft Glass Marbles in the bottom of the Mini Milk Carton Vase to help the Roses stay positioned.
This fun Birthday card was chosen as a favorite by my customers. It uses the Decorate a Daisy stamp set (w#125989 c#125991), Curly Cute stamp set (w#117014 c#120510), Floral District Designer Series Paper (#126919), 3/8″ Raspberry Ripple Stitched Satin Ribbon (#126845), 2-3/8″ Scallop Circle punch (#118874), Fancy Flower Punch (#118073), 1″ Circle punch (#119868). I rounded the ends of the sentiment label with a circle punch. I colored the edges of the Scallop Circle and sentiment by dragging them across my Daffodil Delight ink pad. The Daisy is stamped in Rich Razzleberry ink and punched with the Fancy Flower punch.