Many times, I am guilty of using a stamp one time and then putting it away only to never see it again. However, Frantic Stamper's Lg Rose image is timeless allowing it to be used over and over - not just lost in a sea of rubber. Today I would like to share one of the ways the image could be used.
Cut the yellow card stock to 5.5"" x 8.5" for a card base, and fold in half.
Cut the floral printed card stock to 4" x 5.25" and ink the edges with cocoa ink and adhere to the front of the card front.
Cut a strip of the yellow card stock to 2" x 4" and ink the edges with cocoa ink.
Cut a strip of the yellow gigham side of the printed card stock to 1.75" x 3.75" and ink the edges with cocoa ink.
Adhere the gingham strip to the yellow strip and attach to the center of the card front.
Adhere the floral trim to the gingham strip.
Punch a 3.25" circle from the yellow card stock.
Punch a 3" circle from the white card stock, attach to the yellow circle, centering.
Attach the matted circle to the card front with foam tape, positioning it off-center and left.
Stamp the rose onto white card stock.
Color the rose using the RV000 on the open areas and RV34 on the shaded areas, then coloring over the flower with R81 and R85. Use the greens for the leaves and stem.
Neatly trim out the rose and adhere to the matted circle, use a small bit of foam tape on the stem.