Frosted Autumn Roses

Kia Ora and Welcome Back

Time for Inspiration Wednesday from Heartfelt Creations.  I have two cards up today and I will put them on separate posts to be easier to read and follow my instructions.

The first card I am featuring is a card that has a very autumnal/wintery feel to it for those in the northern hemisphere.  The warm fire looks very inviting with the frost around the windows and on the flowers.

I have done these roses before here,  but this time I used different colours and when I frosted them with Rajni Chawla’s Frosting Powder they looked like autumn roses touched with a heavy frost.

 

Materials Used: 

HCPC-3752 Classic Rose stamp

HCD1-7110 Classic Rose die

HCD1-7111 Classic Rose Vines die

HCPC-3753 Classic Rose Vines stamp

HCPC-3794 Window Frame Stamp

HCD1-7148 Window Frame die

HCD1-750 Window Box Elements Die

HCPC-3758 Encourage You stamp

TSMP900 Memento Tuxedo Black

TSMP103 Memento Canteloupe

TSBL63 Brilliance Pearlescent Poppy

TSMP301 Memento Rhubarb Stalk

TSMP801 Memento Potter’s Clay

HCDA2-450 Stack and Store Daubers

PGM15016 Frosting Powder

GBKK811B1 Clear cardstock

CHST1-401 Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit

159723 Art Glitter Dries Clear Glue

Other – Spellbinders Fancy Lattice die, Zig Clean Colour Brush Markers, Bristol Smooth cardstock

Instructions

  1. cut a piece of white cardstock at 6” x 12”, score and crease at 6” along the long side to make a base card of 6” x 6”.  Cut a piece of patterned paper 6” x 6” and adhere to the front of the card.
  2. 2. Die cut the lattice out of the Lattice die and sponge with Rhubarb Stalk and Potter’s Clay ink and adhere to the left of the card.
  3. Stamp the image from the HCPC-3796 Winter’s Eve stamp set in Stazon Black on Bristol Smooth cardstock.  Colour the image with the Zig Clean Colour Brush Markers and trim to 3 ½” x 2 ½”.
  4. Stamp the window using image from the HCPC-3794 Window Frame Stamp using Tuxedo Black ink on white cardstock and die cut using the coordinating die.  Sponge the window with a combination of Rhubarb Stalk and Potter’s Clay and inks.   Cut a piece of clear cardstock 3 ½” x 2 ½” and adhere behind the window. Adhere the window to the coloured image.  Add the frosted look to the window using Dries Clear glue and Frosting Powder.  Adhere to the card front as shown.
  5. Cut the decorative die from the HCD1-750 Window Box Elements Die in white cardstock and sponge with Rhubarb Stalk and Potter’s Clay and adhere to the top of the window.
  6. Stamp the leaves from the HCPC-3753 Classic Rose Vines stamp using Tuxedo Black on white cardstock.  Sponge with Bamboo Leaves and Rhubarb Stalk and die cut using the coordinating die.  Shape using the Deluxe Flower Shaping kit and adhere up the lattice and around the window as shown.
  7. To make the roses stamp the images from the HCPC-3752 Classic Rose stamp in Pearlescent Poppy on white cardstock.  Sponge the centres with Canteloupe ink and die cut using the coordinating dies.  Sponge the outside of the petals with the Poppy ink and shape using the Deluxe Flower Shaping kit.  Instead of turning the petals over to shape in the centre keep the flowers in a ball.  Roll the smallest petals up and close with Dries Clear Glue.  Add the next size petal set and adhere over the bud.  Continue to add the larger sizes to make the roses in different sizes.  Add Frosting Powder to the flowers using Dries Clear Glue and heat for a frosted look.
  8. Stamp the sentiment from the HCPC-3758 Encourage You stamp in Tuxedo Black on coordinating paper from the Classic Rose Collection and trim.  Sponge the edges with the Pearlescent Poppy ink and adhere to the top of the card as shown.

For further inspiration – and a sneak peak at the Young At Heart collection due to be released – don’t forget to check out the Heartfelt Creation Blog here: https://www.heartfeltcreations.us/blog/625/fun-new-inspiration-and-a-young-at-heart-sneak-peek

Happy Crafting

Ka Kite Anu

Patricia

 

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9 thoughts on “Frosted Autumn Roses

  1. My goodness, Patricia! I looked at the picture before reading the post and thought, why would they (the people in that house) have a fire when it’s hot enough for roses to grow? Then I took a closer look at the roses and saw they were all iced up! THEN I read your post and it all made sense! 🙂

    Beautiful scene!! Those roses are very realistic!

    Evelyn

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