Thursday, April 03, 2014

Spellbinders Springtime Shipping Frenzy - Day 4

Spellbinders® Springtime Shipping Frenzy - Day 4


Hi everyone!!  Thanks so much for stopping by! Welcome to day 4 of Spellbinders® Paper Arts Springtime Shipping Frenzy!! Today I am excited to share with you two brand new sets of dies!!
I have created two projects using both of these sets, and a video tutorial on exactly HOW to create-a-rose!  Be sure to read all the way thru so you don't miss your chance to WIN these amazing dies!!! 
The first project that I'm sharing with you today is a card. 


Spellbinders® Supplies:

Preferred Partners:
IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® : Memento Luxe inks (Dandelion, Pistachio, Olive Grove, Toffee Crunch)
My Fun Stampers Journey: Stamps (Little Big Greetings)

Cross Promotional Partners:
My Mind's Eye™: Assorted Patterned Paper
Want2Scrap©: Baby bling, Le creme
Bazzill Basics Paper®: White Cardstock
BEACON ADHESIVES: Fabri-Tac 

Let's begin with the HOW TO for creating this gorgeous rose!!!! I have created a video to walk you thru it. Then we will move on to creating the card. 
CREATE A ROSE VIDEO TUTORIAL


Card Instructions:

Begin with 4 1/4 x 5 1/2" card base from white card stock. 


Cut two strips of yellow striped paper 5 1/2  x 1/2 ".  Adhere one to top of card and one to the bottom of the card. 

Trim Kraft paper to 4 1/4 x 5 1/2". Place cutting edge and decorative insert from Scalloped Borders Three  along the top of Kraft paper.  Cut/emboss in Artisan X-plorer™ machine. Repeat along bottom edge.


Trim cotton rag paper to 4 1/4 x 5 1/2".
Cut top and bottom edge using edges from Scalloped Borders Three and Artisan X-plorer machine. No need to emboss. 

Adhere under Kraft piece. Adhere both to card base.


Trim yellow Damask paper to 2 1/4 " x 5 1/2" (approx).
Repeat technique as above on Kraft paper. Adhere to card front. 

Stamp sentiment from My Fun Stampers Journey using Memento LUXE toffee crunch.  Cut/emboss using Back to Basics Tag.

Cut and emboss large accent from Foliage Flourish die set not Cotton Rag paper. Stencil  and ink using my Memento LUXE Olive Grove and pistachio inks. 
Adhere to card front.  
Adhere ROSE created from video tutorial. Add tag using foam square.
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For my second project, I decorated a gift tin! I used Aluminum Foil for my Rose!!! I love how it turn out! So much fun too!!



PRIZE INFORMATION!!
CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED
Note: *The entry link is scheduled to automatically disable after 48 hours. 

Official Contest Rules can be found HERE.

For more chances to win, visit the extremely talented
                                 Heidi Blankenship

for more Spellbinders projects!! 

Questions?  ContestQuestions@Spellbinders.us.  No entries will be accepted at this email address.






166 comments:

  1. Tina, thank you so much for the video tutorial on create a rose. Your project is so stunning, I can tell it took you a lot of time to put together.

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  2. These roses are INCREDIBLE! Not sure I have the patience myself but I just love them!! Beautiful way to showcase those borders too!

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  3. Wow! I have love the original Spellbinder rose dies to create roses but this one is fabulous and I cannot wait to add it to my dies. Your projects are stunning and I just love the roses

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  4. Your roses are gorgeous! I love the aluminum foil one. Thank you for haring your projects and the great tutorial.

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  5. Thank you so much for the video tutorial! The rose is beautiful! Can't wait to try it myself.

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  6. SO beautiful, love the new dies and that foil rose is gorgeous !!

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  7. Love your projects. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. That flower is so beautiful!!

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  9. beautiful roses Tina! I love how you used foil with this dies. Thank you for the inspiration!
    have a wonderful day!

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  10. Great projects, love those roses!

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  11. Great projects, love those roses!

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  12. Love the flowers, your projects are stunning.

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  13. Just wanted to tell you how awesome you are!! Love those beautiful flowers that you did and the projects are both over the top gorgeous :)

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  14. Love your project, the dies are so nice!!

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  15. Hi Tina
    I love your projects and tutes. These flowers are for the long winter evenings I am thinking when you could sit and watch tv and make several at a time. Not sure my manual ability could make them as i have arthritis in my hands but they are lovely when finished.

    Crafty Hugs
    Heather xx

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  16. Your projects are great. Thanks for the rose tutorial. Your rose looked like a real one.

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  17. Gorgeous works! And thank you for the step by step video on the create a rose die they are beautiful! You did that with aluminum foil..wow!

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  18. The roses are beautiful and they don't look like they are hard to make, maybe a bit time consuming.

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  19. wow, what gorgeous cards. I just love those roses.

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  20. Tina these are so pretty- love the flower- so realistic and the silver and black-wow so elegant- thanks for sharing

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  21. Love the beautiful card with flourish, border die cuts and that heavenly rose!!!! The tin... Wow! Amazing! The foil rose and foliage is perfect atop that tin! Very nice.

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  22. Hi Tina. Your card and tin are both beautiful and the rose on each is just gorgeous. I love the tin foil one, will have to give it a go : ) Take care.

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  23. WOW! Your card is a beauty and I love the video and tutorial! The Aluminum foil Rose is DIVINE! I think the angels are singing! Thank you for sharing your beautiful pieces of art with me!

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  24. Thank you for an amazing card and tutorial!
    XxxRuth

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  25. Such a lovely card and a great tutorial. Your Aluminum rose well what can i say ? except so original and beautiful .
    Thank you for sharing.

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  26. stunning creations I just can`t get this die to work like you have must practice more, I was lucky I got this at launch when C & C was filming at the CHA .Melanie.uk

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  27. Oh Tina what seriously beautiful projects you created! The inking on the rose seriously took it to a whole different level, so sweet and divine. So inspiring my friend! I just love both of them. And WOW how divine is that 'create a rose' die, who needs to buy flowers when you have such a beautiful die set. LOVE how you created them!

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  28. WAUW sooooooo beautiful creations here again Tina, I absolutely love your roses, they´re sooo beautiful and so is both your card and your tin as well. You are such a talented girl, and I just love your stunning work always, and todays are no different, it´s simply gorgeous work.
    Have a wonderful day hun.

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  29. Hello Tina
    The waiting is awful as I have both these Dies on order one since January!
    Love what you have done with them
    Love Marg

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  30. Beautiful projects, love the symmetry you created with the borders and your roses are beautiful too.

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  31. Thank you for the video. Your roses are just gorgeous! Love the one made out of foil (must be the heavy duty kind...the only kind DH's grandma would buy...now it is what I buy!). You always provide great inspiration!

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  32. Gorgeous work. That card won't be going in the mail!

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  33. Absolutely beautiful and stunning!

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  34. Lovely example and video well executed. Beautiful rose love the foil, can now use the old foil trays knew I had been saving them for something special. x

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  35. GORGEOUS roses and DELIGHTFUL card & gift tin Tina!!!
    WOW - the colours and layers on both are BEAUTIFUL alone, STUNNING with the roses added - LOVE IT ALL!!!

    THANK YOU for sharing your DIE-LICIOUS inspiration and tutorials :)

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  36. Great video thank you. xx

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  37. Absolutely gorgeous roses. Thank you very much for your wonderful video tutorial

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  38. Thank you for inspiration, beautiful projects and great tutorials. I'm looking forward to trying to do your instructions justice.

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  39. I can't thank you enough for the video rose tutorial. I always have a hard time assembling flowers.

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  40. Oh WOW Tina! Such amazing projects...they are stunning! Many thanks for the video and the tutorial too.

    Love Sheila xx

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  41. Anonymous7:51 AM

    Eileen L. said....

    Beautiful Rose and I love all the borders. Time consuming Rose but absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for the tutorial on how to assemble.

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  42. Beautiful card and I love these borders die...never thought to use foil for flowers...but they are amazing...thank you so much for sharing this with us...

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  43. Beautiful projects. Your flowers are stunning, and I love how you used the borders.

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  44. Love our projects.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

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  45. WOW Absolutely stunning creations Tina! Love the rose on the card ... beautiful! But wow ... never would have thought to use aluminum foil ... FABULOUS!! Thanks for tips and inspiration!

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  46. OMGoodness ... gorgeous...gorgeous projects...LOVE the Rose and it is on my NEED list, so glad to see it used and a great tutorial too!! The first Rose, I have one in my garden very similar called "The Pilgrim"...love it!!

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  47. Stunning projects , love them x

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  48. Such beauty with my morning coffee. Love that tinfoil rose....is that rather delicate or is it touchable? I've never done one before and imagine it would easily crinkle???? Yes, no?

    Laura

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  49. I have the beautiful border dies at Amazon on my wish list. Your projects are beautiful and the rose tutorial is great. Thanks so much.

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  50. Your roses are amazing and really make your projects shine. Those border dies are really wonderful, too, and are now on my wish list. Thank you for the great tutorial on making the roses!

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  51. Awesome way to show off those borders and your layered rose is amazing! Thank you for the inspiration!!

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  52. Your projects are just gorgeous! Thanks for sharing your creative talent!

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  53. Your projects are beautiful! Thank you so much for the tutorials on how you made the rose and for creating the card.

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  54. Wonderful Job Tina, I especially love your tutorial video on the rose, some really great tips there, THANKS.
    Hugs
    Donna

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  55. Love your projects! TFS!
    The foil rose is stunning!

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  56. wow that rose is wonderful, fabulous projects!

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  57. Gorgeous cards! I love those flowers!

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  58. absolutely stunning card, love the rose creation!!

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  59. What a wonderful rose tutorial video. Beautiful.

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  60. Nicely done projects and a fun use for aluminum foil!

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  61. Oh my gosh, just gorgeous. Love the how you did the rose on the card...simply gorgeous.

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  62. Peggy Packer11:15 AM

    WOW!! I am going to have to get all of these new dies!! And the flowers are just stunning!! Can't wait to give these a try!!

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  63. Wow, never thought to use foil for the flower! Both of your projects are gorgeous. Thanks for the video. It makes it so easy to see each step.

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  64. fabulous projects. I love the roses.

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  65. Thanks sooo much for your detailed video -- I can see by the GORGEOUS roses you've created that I MUST HAVE these new flower dies -- one & ALL!!! TFS!!!

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  66. Gorgeous card! Love the new borders.

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  67. Both of your projects are absolutely gorgeous!! I love, love the roses!! Definitely a must-have die!! Thanks for the inspiration!!

    Lisa F
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  68. beautiful cards, thank you for sharing the video and the rose is gorgeous, cant wait to get my hands on these new dies.

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  69. Wow, the rose tutorial is super. What lovely projects, love the colors & the details. Thank you so much for creating and sharing.

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  70. The card and tin are both WOW! You are the border die master :)

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  71. Beautiful rose, tahan you for a great Tutorial.

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  72. These border dies are really interesting!

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  73. Black and white are always so elegant - stunning

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  74. I love the colors you used for the card! ! The roses are great, too!

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  75. Stunning projects!! TFS!

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  76. Absolutely love your card. I have always been fond of the border dies and this set looks wonderful. The rose tutorial was very informative. Cannot wait to try this out.

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  77. Amazing cards! Both are so beautiful! The tin foil flower is gorgeous!!

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  78. I am loving these new flower dies from Spellbinders! Thanks for the video and the card tutorial - those curved dies are looking pretty important to my "stash" about now!

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  79. I think I just found a couple of new favorites. Love the card and the tin box with the silver rose is lovely. Such nice projects. Thank you so much for sharing these.

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  80. Wow these flowers and borders are beautiful! I am just learning to make paper flowers and this video is going to be helpful.

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  81. Wow! These are gorgeous!! Love the elegance of those border dies and you showed how they don't have to be used for "just" borders. And who would have thought that aluminum foil would be so stunning!!??

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  82. Oh Wow! Both your creations are beautiful and those roses are gorgeous!

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  83. Beautiful projects Tina!! The roses are gorgeous! Love the tin foil rose!

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  84. Yor projects are beautiful. Thank you for the tutorial on the roses. They are STUNNING!

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  85. That rose is amazing.

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  86. Thank you so much for the Tutorial on how you created that gorgeous rose. I never would have thought to use Aluminum Foil to create a rose. Both of your projects are beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing.

    Take care,
    Diane

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  87. Absolutely love the rose.

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  88. Stunning cards and thank you so much for the tutorials, they really help those of us who want to have a go and need to learn how. Love the new Rose die, let's face it, its a must have.

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  89. Beautiful card. Thanks for the rose tutorial!

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  90. Absolutely gorgeous roses. I really love the way you used them on your fantastic projects too!

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  91. That die makes the most beautiful rose! I love both of your gorgeous projects!!!

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  92. Gorgeous! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  93. Beautiful card. Love the roses.
    Gr Elly

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  94. These flower dies look real! I also love the shapes on the front of the card...The recipient will love to receive this card as I know I would!
    Blessings,
    Melitta

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  95. Amazing projects. I love the roses.

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  96. Anonymous2:21 PM

    Your projects are gorgeous. TFS I am hooked on flowers right now. Jan D., Florida

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  98. Wow, you have blown me away with beautiful card and flowers. Way to go.

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  99. Absolutely breathtaking!!

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  100. Beautiful projects! Thank you for sharing the how-to videos. The roses look like the real thing.

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  101. What an awesome rose! Thank you for sharing!

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  102. Ooh, I was hoping someone would show us how to use those scallop borders, and YAY! You did! Your cards and flowers are beautiful! Thanks for the tutorial video AND the instructions for the layered borders----very helpful for me!

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  103. Tina, after watching yours and Heidi's tutorials on putting these "create" dies, I am going definitely add them to my need to have list. I was thinking they would be to time consumming with all the seperate petals, but now that I have seen you put your flower together, I reallize the most time consumming part will be cutting them out. But, the end result is so worth the extra effort!!!!!! I really liked the metal rose that you did. I would think that the metal one is probably easier as it holds it shape, right? Thanks for sharing your technique with us.
    Marcie

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  104. Stunning projects! Than you so much fir the video tutorial and who would have thought to try it with tinfoil! Live it.

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  105. These projects are so lovely. Great job!

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  106. Fantastic card and wonderful video. You have inspired me.

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  107. Oh , my Tina . That card is fabulous . The rose looks so fresh and real . And the aluminum rose is very striking . thank you for sharing these projects .

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  108. Anonymous3:24 PM

    Amazing flowers on your cards & how clever to think of trying the foil.
    Fabulous.
    Christine

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  109. Those roses are beyond words gorgeous!!! Fabulous projects!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  110. Fabulous projects and thanks for the video on creating the roses.

    Really love the foil rose. Stunning.

    Cheers
    Trina Millin

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  111. Love the video, all the wonderful instructions, great project, so much inspiration.

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  112. WOW!!!!!!! WOW!!!!!! The roses are just amazing and really there are no words to describe them. I love the rose done in foil..so many possibilities to use that for occasions.....Awesome!!!!!!

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  113. WOW!!!!!!! WOW!!!!!! The roses are just amazing and really there are no words to describe them. I love the rose done in foil..so many possibilities to use that for occasions.....Awesome!!!!!!

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  114. What gorgeous work!

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  115. What a lovely card, and that rose is an absolute masterpiece! It looks like it has a gazillion petals and my brain said "no way I can do that". But then I watched the video which was so clear and simple -- only 4 layers and it's done! Gotta try this :)

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  116. Now I understand those flower dies! Thx for the tutorial. More new dies for THE LIST. Love the border die too and how it has a beautiful lacey look being used like that. Beautiful cards.

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  117. Phenomenal !! Thank you for the tutorial on how to use the borders.. it makes an awesome card! I really want these!

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  118. Gorgeous projects and fab video. You make it look so easy. Really love the foil one. xxD

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  119. Gorgeous project. That rose is fabulous! Thanks for the great video.

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  120. I thought I was in love with your white rose, and then I saw the foil one. WOW WOW WOW!!!

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  121. Carol J.6:16 PM

    Hi Tina
    Love the Aluminum Foil idea. Enjoyed going through your blog.
    Thank you for sharing.

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  122. Love both projects but the tin rose is so sweet. Thanks.

    Beneta

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  123. both project are awesome!

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  124. Absolutely stunning! I have wanted to see how to use the borders - I don't have this set (yet) but need to be brave and play with them... Thank you for the tutorials - not only your inspiration of design but the "how to" makes ALL the difference! This is part of my sanity too!

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  125. Great video and that rose is GORGEOUS!!!! TFS
    Jan

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  126. Gorgeous card! Gorgeous flower!

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  127. I love the aluminum foil flower!!

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  128. Fabulous cards. Love these dies.

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  129. Gorgeous projects. I'm inspired to try this with the border set I just bought and other flowers while I wait for the ones you have used. Thank you for the clear instructions - I know how long it takes to prepare these!!

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  130. Absolutly Beautiful projects!!

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  131. Beautiful! I love the rose. Amazing borders too!

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  132. Love how the roses pop out on the cards you made, and the borders make such a great background.

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  133. Thank you for sharing your gorgeous
    projects.. thank you for the tutorial

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  134. Wonderful, easy to follow tutorial. Both of your cards are lovely and you really do a great job showing off the dies. Thanks so much for the inspiration. I am impatiently waiting for my dies to ship!!!

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  135. Love roses love the tutorial this is a definite must have

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  136. Thank you so much for the video!! They are so helpful. Your rose and card are gorgeous! I can't wait for these dies to be available. I'm so giddy with excitement! Thanks for sharing your beautiful projects.

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  137. Rendered speechless-your flowers are incredible. Definitely have to come back and visit here more!

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  138. Both your projects are lovely, however your card is my favorite, it's jaw-dropping!

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  139. Love your projects. Thanks for sharing.

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  140. I love the scalloped borders but that rose is stunning! It's amazing that you made that, it looks like the kind of embellishment that you'd have to purchase. Beautifully done!

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  141. your projects are so unquie -- great use of aluminum foil. What a great inspirations you are. Thanks so much for sharing

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  142. Wow love your card and love your box. The card has such lovely layers and the flower gorgeous. The foil flower on the box is also very nice.

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  143. You put a lot of time into your project and tutorial! thank you so much. I think your flowers are so pretty too. -con

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  144. Beautiful projects! Anyone would be thrilled to receive those :-)

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  145. Wow Tina your projects are fantastic. Loved the video... this is the best rose tutorial I have seen... can't wait to try it out. Thank you.
    x

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  146. Wow! I saw the first card last night when I checked in from my phone to enter the draw, and was amazed by that wonderful lacy border background. But now I see the tin rose too, and it is only incredible!! Thanks for sharing your inspiration with us.

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  147. Lovely cards and who would have thought of aluminum foil for a flower. Cool

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  148. Your roses are some of the prettiest I have ever seen. WOW! Love your card! Am anxiously awaiting my order so I can get with it!!
    Hugs
    Mstgane
    Ann

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  149. Wow, beautiful. Question - how do you send this card in the mail? It would appear the rose might be too big for USPS. Thanks Shannah

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  150. Wow! Beautiful card and tin! The roses are amazing, can't wait to try one. Thank you!

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  151. Beautiful projects! Love your flower and the video, thank you for them!

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  152. Simply stunning. <3 Hugs! xx

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  153. Beautiful work. Gorgeous flowers. Great video.

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  154. Lovely lovely --so delicate and beautiful
    Love that rose. Thanks for sharing

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  155. Dorina D9:21 PM

    Gorgeous roses and a great tutorial., Nice Work. Loved the aluminum foil rose It's so cute.

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  156. Dorina D9:21 PM

    Gorgeous roses and a great tutorial., Nice Work. Loved the aluminum foil rose It's so cute.

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  157. Dorina D9:21 PM

    Gorgeous roses and a great tutorial., Nice Work. Loved the aluminum foil rose It's so cute.

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  158. Dorina D9:21 PM

    Gorgeous roses and a great tutorial., Nice Work. Loved the aluminum foil rose It's so cute.

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  159. Dorina D9:21 PM

    Gorgeous roses and a great tutorial., Nice Work. Loved the aluminum foil rose It's so cute.

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  160. Dorina D9:21 PM

    Gorgeous roses and a great tutorial., Nice Work. Loved the aluminum foil rose It's so cute.

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  161. Dorina D9:21 PM

    Gorgeous roses and a great tutorial., Nice Work. Loved the aluminum foil rose It's so cute.

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  162. Wow! I love how using the borders and the beautiful rose gave so much dimension to both projects. You are so talented and creative to think of using foil for your rose. So neat!

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  163. Great work of art and the tutorial is so welcomed! thanks -con

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  164. These are both just gorgeous, I love the colors and use of the border dies, thanks so much for sharing the video!

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