I’m usually drawn to the purple-ish-blue variety but wanted to make a Rococo Rose card and use the lovely ombre paper as my backdrop.
I used our new Blending Brushes with Rococo Rose ink on Basic White cardstock to create blended circles in varying hues before cutting out my flower cluster with one of the dies in the set The die not only cuts the shape out, but also pieces of the petals to give added dimension to your flower. It’s amazing!
Look at this detail!
This card came together so easily and would be a breeze to make multiples of for sharing with family, friends and customers of any type! I have listed all of the products used, to make my card, in the links below.
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Hi! I'm Kurstan! I'm an independent Stampin' UP! Demonstrator in the SF Bay Area. Though I've taken a few breaks along the way, I've been stamping since 2000 and still love the quality, coordination and design of Stampin' UP!'s products. I know you will, too!
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