Wild Rose Diorama Card

Well I have been drooling over the Diorama cards (0n SCS) and this set Wild rose. I have dreamed about this set for months I finally have it and enjoyed playing all day. It’s for my Hubby he is such a great guy! Wild Rose is a two step stamping set which adds dimension to what ever you make. Stampin ‘Up has out done itself with this set you can’t make a mistake

Wild Rose
Ittty bitty backgrounds
Love is a great thing
All craft ink
Bravo Burgundy
Ruby red
Cameo Coral
Certainly Celery
Mellow Moss
Very Vanilla
Always Artichoke Classic

Very Vanilla
Always Artichoke

Watercolor Wonder Crayons
Aqua Painters
Oval punch
Stampin' Dimensionals
Cut two pieces of Very Vanilla card stock 7 7/8" x 5 1/2.
Score both pieces about ½ " in on each side and then another ½ " in from that (so the second score line is at 1" in from edge on either side.
Snip a small whole in center of cardstock and then stamp the front piece as follows. Large flower base color Ruby red, details Bravo Burgundy. Smaller Rose flower base color Cameo Coral, details Ruby red Leaves base color Certainly Celery details Mellow Moss.
Using Watercolor Wonder Crayons highlight background with certainly celery and always artichoke
To create center hole carefully cut out center around flowers.
Emboss piece of Always Artichoke in a textile folder with a Cuddlebug then rub Very Vanilla craft to highlight texture.
Place Always Artichoke card stock on bottom piece of card so that it shows in hole and making sure it's centered
Stamp two smaller flowers as above with greenery on scarp very vanilla.
Cut out flowers
Stamp “I love you” from Love is a great thing and then punch out with large oval punch. Rub with certainly celery.
Using itty bittty backgrounds stamp oval as well as card front with always artichoke. Center on background and attach making sure it's centered.
Using Stampin' Dimensionals adhere to background around oval.


Debbie Olson said…
Wow--this is a gorgoeus card! Great job!

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