Pages

Monday, 9 April 2012

Roses are Pink by Shaz G


1. UsingStudiolight 3D Die Cut Sheet Rose Frame 2 and separate pieces. As they are pre-cut they make life much easier! This sheet is lovely.

2. Mould and shape the pieces with a shaping tool on a foam mat, as shown below.



3. Use 3D Foam Blocks to build the layers starting from the bottom, making sure the shaping is covering the right areas of layer underneath.

TIP: Use a pricking tool or Awl to place the 3D Foam Blocks on the back of 3D pieces and to remove the waxed paper squares from the foam blocks.

4. Attach the assembled 3D to the rose frame.

5. Apply lacquer with a brush applicator to the flower and leaves of the assembled 3D to give it a glossy sheen.

 6. Attach the assembled frame to a square of pink card and place a Happy Birthday Peel-Off Greeting in the top left corner. Attach the pink card to a square of the very pretty Fuchsia Glitter Card with double-sided tape. Mount onto a square white base card.


 Supplies:

6 comments:

Vicky Pedlow said...

Those Studio Light die-cut roses are very pretty, Shaz, especially with gloss applied to them!

Joy said...

Lovely card, Shaz! It must have been a lot of work, but I am sure well worth the effort =D.

God bless,
~Joy

Victoria said...

A lovely combination of pinks with a great touch of sparkle.

my craft cupboard said...

Shaz, your card is lovely and I am sure that some-one will be thrilled to recieve this card.
I also love the Studio Light Die cuts.
Well done
hugs
sharon

Jocelyn aka JoBear2 said...

Oh wow - this is so beautiful! Love everything about it! What a talented lady Shaz is.

Sandie Edwards said...

Very pretty Shaz, I also love the studio light papers, they are totally gorgeous.