Rose cards created with a stencil!

Posted by on March 6, 2016 in Featured, Flowers, Greeting Cards, Heat Embossing, video | 7 comments

I’ve always been drawn to the floral stamps and had a fabulous time crafting these rose cards created with a stencil:

 

Rose Gardent Thinlit cards

This was a project at my recent stamp camps and I couldn’t wait to make more in a variety of colors.  The Rose Garden Thinlits dies are available as a bundle with the Rose Wonder stamp set but they can be used alone too.  I die-cut a “stencil” from Whisper White cardstock and the largest rose die.  The stencil is placed on top of Whisper White cardstock (5″ x 3-3/4″) and inks are sponged on top with a Sponge Dauber.

Here are the list of supplies:

  • Rose Garden Thinlits #140619 $31
  • Rose Garden Thinlits with Rose Wonder stamp set bundle #140804 $49.25
  • Whisper White cardstock (5″ x 3-3/4″)
  • Basic Black cardstock (5-1/8″ x 3-7/8″)
  • Pear Pizzazz cardstock (8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ scored at 4-1/4″)
  • Inks (Hello Honey, Rose Red, Old Olive)
  • Sponge Daubers
  • Dimensionals
  • Versamark
  • Clear Embossing Powder
  • Glue Dots

Once you make one, you have to make more – they are so easy!  Here are some of the other color combinations:

  • Hello Honey and Rose Red
  • Pink Pirouette and Rose Red
  • Pool Party and Island Indigo
  • Wisteria Wonder and Elegant Eggplant

 

Rose Garden card close up

Then you can make more cards with the used stencils as they have the same color inks from all the sponging.  I covered the inked up stencils with Versamark and embossed with Clear Embossing Powder for a shiny, enamel look and then added them to a cardfront with Glue Dots.

I also have a video tutorial for the rose cards created with a stencil on my Keenan Kreations YouTube channel:

Floral cards are so versatile and work for a variety of occasions.  I hope you enjoyed today’s project and will be inspired to create some rose cards with a stencil for your family and friends :-)

7 Comments

  1. Beautiful cards. Happy to see you did another video. I so enjoy yours as you explain everything so clearly. Thanks!

  2. Brenda, I love these cards and your very informative video. Thank you for sharing.

    • Thank you so much! Sorry for my late reply – started a new job and I’m so behind :-(

  3. LOVE THIS CARD!! Thank you for sharing! Great video!!

    • Thank you Susie!

  4. How can a get the card stock roses

    • Hi Jacqueline! Sorry for the late reply. You cannot buy the cardstock roses already die-cut. You have to die cut the cardstock with the Rose Garden Thinlits #140619. Hope that helps :-)

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