I was AMAZED at how fun and easy it was to create these paper flower rosettes using the Stampin' UP! Stitched Label framelit dies!!!! They are cut in a spiral, wrapped around a skewer, secured with hot glue then sponged with some Gold Shimmer Paint!! SO BEAUTIFUL!
My talented stamping friend Cindee showed a group of us how to make these gorgeous rosettes and decorate this Pillow Box!
Below: Tips for making your own paper rosette flowers with the Stitched Label Framelit dies.
We used 2 shapes of label dies from the framelit set, in Blackberry Bliss, Highland Heather and Mint Macaron cardstock for the rosettes. Per the graphic below, you cut them in a spiral with your paper snips, roll them around a skewer, then hot glue them. So easy!
To add the perfect touch of shimmer and glam to these paper flowers, just use your Sponge Dauber and Gold Shimmer paint and lightly sponge the tips of the flowers.. wow!! It dries almost instantly and is SO gorgeous!
Shimmer Paint available in my online store here.
ABOVE: After cutting and rolling up all of the rosettes, we hot glued them to a die cut leaf.. but not just a plain leaf… We die cut a Detailed Leaves leaf with Crumb Cake cardstock, then we embossed it with the Swirls & Curls embossing folder, then I sponged on both gold and copper shimmer paint!!!
BELOW: we added all those layers to the Pillow Box.
All 4 of the flower rosettes were added to the large die cut leaf, and we added a couple other die cut leaves from the Detailed Leaves framelit set, plus some Mint Macaron bakers twine tied in a bow.
Thank you Cindee for designing such a gorgeous project!!
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So happy you loved my project. You know how I love to make anything 3-d…….
OMG ,I love them Patty , Tfs
Hugs Frenchie H
You are so generous with your projects, thanks for sharing…
Wow, I had never thought to use a sponge dauber and metallic paint to add detail to 3-D flowers, but what a beautiful result. I’ll have to add this to my bag of tricks. Thanks for the tutorial