Tutorial for Wild Roses Card

I’ve been wanting to do a tutorial for quite a while, but something always seems to go awry. Today, my camera for the video was just a little bit off center, so forgive this rookie videographer, please!

For this card, you will need a piece of 6” x 12” white cardstock, scored along the long side at 6”, to make a 6” x 6” square card base. Your designer papers should be cut to 5-7/8” x 5-7/8” to allow for a white border. I used Heartfelt Creations Wild Roses paper.

Designer paper 5-7/8” x 5-7/8”

Begin on the inside, placing the inside designer paper, along with your message and non-dimensional embellishments, then move to the front of your card.

Inside of the card

For this card, I cut a little doily out of 110# white cardstock, using Heartfelt Creations Rounded Window Frame die, (the next to largest one) and for the corners I used the Fanci-fold Pocket & Accents die.

Die for the doily
Corner embellishments

I cut the center circle out with my old Creative Memories circle cutter, placed dimensional foam on the reverse of my circle cut out, and then centered it on the doily. Then I glued the doily on the designer paper, centered, of course. I added the corner lacy pieces next, and then using flowers crafted from Heartfelt Creations Small Wild Rose die, I used hot glue to adhere them around the bottom left of the circle. Lastly, I added a sentiment from the paper pack, placed on shiny gold cardstock.

For the YouTube video tutorial go here. Thanks for stopping by, and see you next time!

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