I used the Concentric Circles Mesh Border die to create my background. These border dies can do double duty and create beautiful backgrounds too! I cut the die twice and then overlapped a bit matching the pattern. Then I carefully cut down the center of the overlap which creates a perfect seam to join them together. If you look really hard you can see the join at the bottom right below the center rose. You would not have seen it though if I didn't tell you to look.
My bow was made with grape and regal purple Delicate Stitched Satin Ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon. It was created on my Bow-it-All Tool.
Cheery Lynn Dies used:
B436 Tea Rose Medium
The beautiful tea roses were made with purple and white petal layers. I used an old script background stamp to ink the white layers to give it a little texture and I also inked the edges of the white layers. The layers were shaped with a foam mat and stylus tool and then assembled. I love this pretty rose die!