Thursday, January 04, 2018

Making Roses the EZ Way!


I have been having fun with the new flower shaping molds!
WOW they really so make it so easy to make beautiful flowers everytime!


Stamp the Classic Rose flowers onto white card. I stamped mine in Berrylicious ink.
Stamp the leaves from the stamp set in brown.

Colour the leaves with a little of the Berrylicious in the leaf and use 
Bamboo Leaves to color the rest of the leaf.

Shade the flower centres with Harvest ink.

I stamped them all on one piece of card to make it easy to run through 
my diecutting machine in one go.


 Using the coordinating die, diecut the flowers and leaves.


Ink the edges of the flowers with Berrylicious ink and the
leaves with Bambook leaves for shading.


Place the die cuts in the mold, spritaz with water and then add the lid.
Run through the diecutting machine to mold.


Tip the flowers from the mold and you can see how beautifully shaped they are.

All you need to do now is use s flower shaping tool and use a circular motion 
in the centres, this lifts the petals. 

Take two of larger flowers and adhere ontop of each other so the petals
are inbetween each other.

Next take two of the next size down flowers and do the same adhereing them to the others.

Then take one of the next size down and adhere to the flower.

Lastly take one very small one and make a bud, adhere the next size up 
around it to make a larger bud. Them take one of the next size up and adhere the bud into the centre.
Adhere this into the centre of the rest of the flower we made earlier.


I will be making these LIVE on Saturday on Heartfelt Creations Facebook page!
Don't miss it you can see it HERE at 3pm UK time

Have lots of crafty fun!


I used the following to make the flowers:

4 comments:

  1. Very pretty roses, really like the colors.

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  2. Hi Verity.

    Thank you for taking the time to share your tutorials with all of us. I have quite a few HC dies and stamps and i always struggle with the colouring. I will follow your tips today in the hope i can produce lovely flowers like yours. Have you any tips for colouring. I am slightly colour blind so need names of colours. Thank you once again. Hugs xxx Wendy

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