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When I saw the first card Maria made with this BEAUTIFUL, super realistic looking rose set, I wanted it.

Here is my first card made with this set. I love how easy two step stamping is with clear stamps. Makes lining them up a breeze.

The card base is a 4 1/4″x 8 1/2″ piece of Really Rust cardstock folded in half.

The black scallop square is made with Nestabilities.

The white layer is a 3 1/2″ square of Shimmery White cardstock. The roses were stamped with

1. Layer Apricot Appeal

2. Layer Pumpkin Pie stamped off once

3. Layer Pumpkin Pie

4. Layer Real Rust

The stem and flowers were stamped with Certainly Celery and Wild Wasabi.

The ribbon is May Arts ribbon, the small scallop circle was cut with decorative scissors.

I am posting this super late (a little after midnight here). I spend all day playing video games with my kids. It’s so much fun. Who knows how much longer they want to hang out with their Mom. I treasure every minute of it. It seems that since Rick is gone, I don’t get much (stamping) done during the weekend.

Thank you so much for the wonderful response to my last minute request. You guys are the best. I will keep you updated as the cards arrive and when and how many I send off. Hopefully I will get Rick to snap some pictures of happy recipients!

Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

19 Responses to “Rusty Roses”

  1. Those roses are amazing!

  2. Beautiful card Beate…I’ve been eyeing those roses myself! You may have just pushed me over the edge!! Glad you’re getting to spend time with the kids – that’s way more important than stamping!! Enjoy your Sunday!

    Huggs,
    Jana

  3. Absolutely gorgeous!!! Those roses look so realistic and beautiful!! Wow!!

  4. These roses are beautiful. Thanks for sharing. And thank you for the kind comment on my new blog. I appreciate it. – Molly B

  5. Gorgeous! Love those roses!

  6. ooh – gorgeous! I have my set sitting on my desk since like Weds and I need to ink it up, you inspired me!!

  7. This is gorgeous, Beate! LOVE the colors you chose! THat stamp set is awesome, isn’t it?

  8. This is beautiful! I have looked at the three-step daisy a bunch of times, and just never purchased it. Somehow I missed the rose when it came out. But since looking at your blog, I now have the rose, the daisy, the holly and the words all coming my way. You may be my most expensive blog visit ever!! LOL! Actually, I figured if I was paying shipping and I keep thinking about it, I might as well just go for it! Thanks for the gentle push I needed to spend money! LOL!

  9. Lovely card – those roses look so beautiful.

  10. They do look very realistic! So pretty Beate! Enjoy your day!

  11. Gorgeous card Beate!! Maria’s a genious isn’t she!! I LOVe those roses and the colors you chose are perfect! :)

  12. Very pretty! I love the multiple rows done with the paper piercer!

    I have the Valentine cards done. Will mail them tomorrow – hope they don’t take too long to arrive as they are coming from the Canadian west coast.

    Have a great weekend!

  13. I love this card Beate! It is just so lovely and beautfully stamped! Your color choices are great! Deb

  14. This is so gorgeous – now I need the set! Do you think that Stampin Up could be convinced to come out with this type of super-easy-to-use stamps??? I never did get Rose in Winter because I like more realistic looking roses – and here it is!!

  15. Oh Beate! this is stunning! a really beautiful card!

  16. Beate…WOW! Beautiful colors … gorgeous!
    My heartfelt thanks! 😀

  17. Wow! I love the color of those roses!! This is gorgeous.

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