Playing with roses

Hello everyone!

Jenn here with my first post as guest designer for my most favorite die company!  I hope this finds everyone having an absolutely wonderful and crafty weekend so far!

For my card, I pulled out my much loved rose strip dies.  I've seen a technique that I've been wanting to play around with... spritzing and scrunching.  I'm always so thrilled with how versatile Cheery Lynn's flower dies are and how you can get different looks even with the same dies.  All three of my flowers were made with the same three Cheery Lynn rose strips (one strip of each size: miniature, medium and large).

The roses were all made of Tissue Stock.  The one on the bottom left was shaped, while the rose on the top was shaped and then spritzed and scrunched.  The last rose on the right was spritzed and scrunched without being shaped.  Each so easy, yet so very pretty!

The card base was cut from the largest of the French Flair Stackers.  The border was made with largest of the French Flair Doily Stackers, then cut out of the middle was the second largest of the French Flair Stackers, and filled in with the same cut on a different paper.

Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend!

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  1. Wonderful card, Jenn! Your roses are gorgeous! Love the spritzing and scrunching technique. I picked a flower a few weeks ago when I was out riding my horse, and I took a picture of it because it was so beautiful. Your flowers look exactly like that. Great job!

  2. Beautiful card, Jenn, your roses are fabulous. I love the 3 different looks. Have fun in your guest design spot.

  3. Jenn, what a lovely card. The tissue roses are so pretty. We are so glad to have you guest designing this month!

  4. Jenn Stunning is a great word for this card. I like the way you have the three roses all done with a different technique. I like everthing about this card. Lots of details. Glad you are joining us as a guest designer.


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