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Mon 25

Rose Card
by Isha Gupta

Hello and Welcome! It's Isha with you today. Are you enjoying the new release products. They are fun to create with. I especially love love love all the Script words :) But today, I used another of my favourite "Rose Bloom"

I really like the look of bold colors on black. This is one of my favourite look :)


I started with a white cardbase. I then took a black mat layer and die-cut the panel using Rose Bloom die. I then die-cut the same using a white cardstock. Now I used the black die-cut mat layer and used this as my reference to sponge some pink and yellow distress inks to the white base layer. I flicked some white paint to this.

I then colored in the white leaves using zig clean color real brush markers. Now I adhered the black die-cut layer to the base and adhered the leaves using adhesive onto to the base. I curled the tips to give some dimension.

Now, I die-cut a black frame and adhered it to the card. I added some Nuvo glitter drops to the tiny circles. This gives a beautiful effect. 

Here is a close up.


 To finish, I assembled everything together. Stamped and embossed the sentiment from the Birch Press design "Just Because Stamp", cut a stripe and adhered to the card.

Hope you got inspired from today's card. Have a wonderful crafty day!







Oh, gorgeous against the black. Hugz

Oh so, dramatic! The colors show more brilliant against the black!
Your colors r radiant...like morning dew in a spot of sunshine!

Wow, just stunning!

Beautiful card, Isha! Love the black!

I agree with the other commentators, this is just stunning! I love the black on black with your frame and how the rose is partially inlaid and partially popped up for even more dimension! So beautiful!

This is beautiful and soooo striking! xxx

Agreed it is striking. What beautiful work.

A beautiful card. Colorful but elegant.

Lovely card.

Beautiful rose!

Such a beautiful card.

Fabulous card! Love the coloring.

Beautiful beyond belief.

beautiful project. wish you had video tutorial!

Gorgeous, such lovely coloring and just pops against the black

LOVE this technique and how you created this dramatic and beautiful card!

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