Thursday, June 16, 2016

Stampin Up, Pals Paper Arts challenge #305, Beautiful Blessing


Wow, it's the middle of June already, where has time gone?  Seems to be passing by so quickly.

Sometime back I posed a little card just using the frame of the rose, you can see that one here:
This was the main card I started with.  The second frame was the result of cutting the rose out and just using the insides to get the colors.

I use a little product called Stick It Adhisive. It's a paper lined on both sides. Very, very thin even with both lining still on.   So can see it at work on youtube.  After you cut your die out it pulls away and is sticky over the whole piece.

I separated the insets and took the backing off one piece at a time and put it in place, like a puzzle.

I've seen it done with many different colors, so go ahead and play with that idea.  So, here are the colors:


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8 comments:

Katy McGloin said...

Simply gorgeous, Lynn! Love piecing together the puzzle pieces to obtain various color variations for this rose. So versatile!

Michelle Quinno said...

Beautifully pieced rose, Lynn! I've been using Press & Seal, but I will try the Stick-it!

Windy Ellard said...

I really like your layout and ribbon placement is great! Sweet card!

Wild West Paper Arts said...

Beautiful Lynn. I really like the "puffy" look to your pieced rose. Very nice.

Mary Fish said...

Stunning with the rose "inlay!"

Peggy Noe said...

Lynn, love the way you've created the rose with the two colors. It really shows the beauty of the rose die (one of my favorites)!

Andrea A. said...

Oh my! That rose is stunning! Great job dear - inspiring. :)

Michelle Gleeson said...

Stunning! I have not yet tried to use this die by adding in the negative pieces yet I LOVE the result. This color combination looks fabulous with this technique.