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Wednesday, 20 May 2020

Yellow Rose Border Card

When I was making my Mother's Day card, I made quite a few other colours in the roses too, so this is a card using the yellow set.  

I started by doing some ink blending on the edge of a piece of card, to create the base of my card, then made a card base from that. 

I cut out a border die, this could be any, but I used one I already had which was a Joanna Sheen lace die which unfortunately is no longer available, but use whatever you have or there are lots of brands available.  I stuck that on just above the ink blending.

I then stamped my sentiment with black ink and clear embossed it.  

Then it was a matter of deciding how I wanted the roses and leaves to go along the border and that was the card done.  I kept all the roses and leaves flat, but you could raise some up with foam tape if you wanted.

I have a video of making the card.

If you would prefer to see it in full HD then hop over to my You Tube channel here.

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These are the main supplies I have used in making this card. The affiliate links of some of these supplies or something similar, may be used at no cost to you.  Product disclosure below.  I will also have the links on my blog

Sheet of A4 card

Altenew Garden Picks 3D die set
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Honey Bee Happy Birthday Stamp

Catherine Pooler ink pads,
Minis – Life of the party - tiki torch
Tiki Torch

Tim Holtz blending tool and sponges

Picket Fence Studios Blender Brushes

Taylored expressions Blender Brushes

Nuvo deluxe adhesive

Precision Tip applicator bottle

Distress Ink - Mustard seed
American Crafts Guillotine


All the products used in my videos are purchased on my own for my own use.  I however am affiliated with several companies and show the links to these for your own convenience at no cost to you.  I do make a small commission when you shop using those links.  I do not work for any companies for money, and am not paid to make my videos.  I try really hard to bring you quality videos based on my own personal experience. I choose to make these videos as I would like to pass on my knowledge of about 20 years of crafting and card making and feel we can all learn from each other.  Thank you for watching my videos.



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