Another Wonder!


Rose 1

I saw a couple of other cards using the positive and negative of the Rose Garden Thinlits!  I chose Blushing Bride, Pink Piourette, Wild Wasbi, and Pear Pizzazz for my cardstock colors.

Rose 2

I added a Rose Red for the background for this card.  The cool thing is you end up with enough pieces to make multiple cards.  If you use a black out line, it will look like stained glass!  Very addicting! You want to secure your outline down with the Fine Tip Glue pen and then choose a section to work on.  I put some more of the adhesive in the place where I was placing the piece.  I found (towards the end of course) to hover your colored cut out (still not poked out of your die cut cardstock piece) and use a paper piercer to push it down directly into the matching negative space!  Super quick!  Trust me, the other way was a bit time consuming.

Don’t forget to order your supplies to make this!  New Sale a Bration items came out February 15th!


Stamps: Rose Wonder (sentiments)

Ink: Early Espresso

Paper: Crumb Cake, Rose Red, Blushing Bride, Pink Pirouette, Wild Wasabi, Pear Pizazz, and Gold Foil.

Accessories: Venetian Crochet Ribbon, Linen Thread, Rose Garden Thinlits



A wonderful addiction!

I had no idea how many different ideas would flood my head with this set! Rose Wonder and coordinating dies have kick started some serious mojo!

I used the negative from another card I cut out. I secured it with washi tape and sponged Blushing Bride and Wild Wasabi inks with daubers. I use a circular motion to create the natural petals look. A very quick card-but who wouldn’t want to receive it?

I have several more samples of this set coming!!  I told you it was addicting!!!