Red roses easel card
Red roses!! Oh how I love making them for this card! I made so many of them too mainly because the person I gave them to love red roses so much. I actually made this card in August. But didn't get the chance to blog about it back then so I did it in September. A bit late but better late than never at all. How can I never! Haha! I had to share it here sooner or later.
The design for this birthday and easel card is actually very easy to make. The front part of the card is just mainly pasted with die cut roses and a simple sentiment that I wrote myself using a dip pen with gold ink. I used a patterned paper that had some red roses as part of the design on the corners of it. So that leaves me some space in the center for me to add those red roses and sentiment.
To beautify it a bit more, I simply added some plastic rhinestones of different colours and some white flower stigma in between the roses. That somehow will help make the red roses stand out a bit more on the card.
I embossed all the die cuts that I used for making the red roses and leaves. It somehow makes them look less stiff and a little bit more real. Although that means it will take me more time to get them done but the results are worth it.
You can check out the video tutorial that I did below of how you can make your own paper roses. It's actually very simple as long as you have all the tools and materials to make it.
Do check out the video of the card below to see how looks like when it opens up and closes. Thank you! ;)