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Tea and Roses

Products Used:

Rounded Lattice Window Die,HCD1-7274

Window Hinges Die,HCD1-7285

Tea Time Paper Collection,HCDP1-2112

Deluxe Flower Shaping Paper Pack of 50 - White,HCPP1-475

Stack and Store Daubers-Pack of 30,HCDA2-450

3D Rose Shaping Mold,HCFB1-462

Classic Rose Cling Stamp Set,HCPC-3752

Classic Rose Die,HCD1-7110

Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Magenta Hue,RACP614

Ranger Archival Ink Pad - Leaf Green,RACP436

Other Products: White cardstock, Acetate Sheet, satin cord, Archival ink Sap Green

For more tips on creating with the Window Scene cards & dies, watch the tutorial at

To see how to shape the roses, watch the video at

Instructions: Click here to view another photo of this card. Ready side fold card measuring 6” × 6”. Cut an acetate sheet measurig 6” × 6.5”, score at 1/2 from longerr side and fold it. Cut a piece of white cardstock measuring 6” × 6”. Glue acetate sheet on it and create a card base. Choose a card panel from designer paper collection and mat it on card. Cut 2 decorative half circles from white cardstock using Rounded Lattice window die. Add glitter on it and glue them on acetate sheet as shown in the picture. Cut white cardstock and designer paper using hinges die. Fold die cut in half. Glue a magnet on wide area of hinge die cut. Now adhere designer paper hinge on it. Glue magnet on back side of card and glue hinge die cut to create magnetic closer.

Stamp classic rose flowers on deluxe flower shaping paper using magenta Hue ink and sap green ink. Cut flowers with coordinating die. Paint with same ink and shape using shaping mold. To create 1 3D rose, use 3 small and 3 big pieces. Stamp classic rose leaves using leaf green archival and cut with coordinating die. Paint with same ink and shape using shaping mold. Glue leaves and flowers using hot melted glue. Cut a sentiment from designer paper and adhere on card. Tie a bow using satin cord and glue it. Cut 2 keys from white cardstock using hinges die and tie them with satin cord. Tie it with closer. Add crystal clear powder on flowers and leaves using art glitter clear drying adhesive.

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