Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Birthday Roses (CC266)

Today's Color Challenge on SCS was to use some retiring colors: Ruby Red, Blush Blossom and Cameo Coral. We were to use white or ivory as our neutral, and the "dessert" was either cocoa or caramel, meaning to use Close To Cocoa or Creamy Caramel, but is was optional. I used both. The base card is Ruby Red with a layer of Very Vanilla that was embossed with the Elegant Bouquet Impressions Folder. The main image panel is Blush Blossom matted on Close To Cocoa which is scalloped. The roses are Ruby Red and Cameo Coral with Ruby Red sponging. The tiny embossed flowers were punched from Blush Blossom and sponged with Ruby Red. Pearls were added to the centers. The leaves are Creamy Caramel sponged with Close To Cocoa. I've had tons of requests for the instructions for making the roses. If you would like them, too, please give me your email address so I can send the file which is in Microsoft Word. Thanks for visiting my blog today!!

22 comments:

Holly said...

That is so beautiful! Love your roses and I would love the tutorial/instructions. My email addy is: hollysilva911@hotmail.com

thanks so much!

Sue said...

These are beautiful roses and I'd like the Word file with the instructions. My email addy is sjhartley10@comcast.net. Thank you!

Trish said...

Simply beautiful card. Those roses are just perfect, they look like you picked them out of your garden. I love the color combo that you used, very soothing. Great job.

If you don't mind sharing, I would love the instructions for the roses. My email addy: rhoffman16 at wi dot rr dot com Thanks in advance for doing this. You are very kind and generous.

Cyber hugs, Trish in Wisconsin

Cheryl said...

What a beautiful card. I love doing those roses and they are certainly well worth the small amount of time taken. Great color combo.

Crafting with Sue said...

Another gorgeous card! I would love to have the instructions for the roses. This is the best version of them I have seen. My e-mail address is suecimini@gmail.com

Thank so much!
Sue

Marilyn said...

This is such a beautiful and elegant card! I would love to have the instructions for making those roses. My e-mail address is uforialost@yahoo.com. Can't wait to see your next creation.

Frannie said...

I would love to have the rose instructions also but do not wish to publish my email here. Can you please tell me how to reach you so I can email it to you? Thank you!!

Anonymous said...

What a pretty card! I love your roses. They look as if they were just picked off the stem.
I most certainly would appreciate the word file with the instructions.
My e-mail address is:
tnt-02@comcast.net
Thank you for sharing your talents!

Barb said...

This card is just beautiful. Those roses are so fabulous. I would love the instructions. If you can mail them to me at btexpress1_99@yahoo.com
I would appreciate it much. Barb

Anonymous said...

Yes could you please email the info on how to make the roses. It is smsbackhomegirl@yahoo.com


Thanks

nanny52 said...

This is a beautiful card and I would like to have the instructions for the roses also, please. Thank you for sharing with us. My email address is stinky1997@comcast.net. Thanks again!

carol h said...

This card is simply gorgeous. Would you please forward the instructions so I could try to make some. Thanks in advance. I love to visit your blog. Your work is beautiful. My email:carolhaffner@sbcglobal.net

Thanks again

Anonymous said...

Hi--I love these. Please send the directions to me via e-mail. Thanks so much, Pam
droll6@verizon.net

Bev Dahl said...

Holly, these roses are lovely. Can you please send me your instructions to bev@murlink.com Thank you so much.

Bea Redd said...

CarrollAnn, I love your version of the paper rose. Would you mind sharing your instructions with me? My email address is queenbeascraps@mvdsl.com

Thank you and keep up the creativity

Bea Redd

Shanna Ludewig said...

Beautiful card! Can you please send me the instructions for the roses!

My email address is shanna71@comcast.net

Thanks!

uscgirl said...

oh i love these roses can you please send me the tutorial thank you
Gladys
uscgirl1284@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Love your birthday rose card!! Could you sent your tutorial and instructions to me? My email is debbie@adeltmailc.om

Anonymous said...

You've done such a beautiful job with your card; thank you for sharing. I'd appreciate you forwarding rose instructions to barbkeck@yahoo.ca. Thank you!

Gail said...

The roses are beautiful, I would love the tutorial.My email is : mymac247@mac.com
Thanks you so much.

Anonymous said...

I just came across your beautiful card. I love the roses, could you please, please send me the tutorial/instructions. My e-mail is: ck471@optonline.net

Thank you so much,
CK

mscrafty said...

What a beautiful card. I would love to have the instructions for the flowers. mscrafty@telus.net