Classic Rose Tutorial

Kia Ora Koutou

Welcome back to another video tutorial that I have made showing how I do my Classic Roses from Heartfelt Creations.  We have had such a tragic event happen here in New Zealand and I have struggled with the enormity of what has happened.  In order to cope with the the overwhelming news I had to get into my craft studio and so I finally managed to do a video on how I make my roses using golf tools and basic shaping.

And here is my video:

Materials Used: 

Heartfelt Creations – Classic Rose Stamp and Die, Leafy Accents Stamp and Die, Rainboots and Blossoms Stamp and Die, Classic Border Basics, Lacy Diamond Die

Ranger Archival inks – Magenta Hue, Leaf Green, Fern Green

Couture Creations – Swiss Dots embossing folder

CTMH – Stripe embossing folder – now retired

Papericious Rajni Chawla’s Crystal Clear

Papericious Rajni Chawla’s Frosting Powder

Pearls

I hope that you have a go at making these roses and I look forward to seeing what you make.

Happy Crafting

Kia Kaha (Stay Strong)

Ka Kite Anu

Patricia

 

 

22 thoughts on “Classic Rose Tutorial

  1. alydiard

    What a beautiful card and in the midst of such tragedy.Hard to come to grips with what has happened.Beauty always shines through though Patricia. Thank you. 😍🌹

    Sent from Samsung tablet.

  2. Beverley PROTHERO

    Thankyou Patricia…. learned lots from that tutorial…. can’t wait to have a go………PS Know that there are lots of warm wishes heading your way after this dreadful event in Christchurch xxxx

  3. Rachel Weaver

    Thank you for sharing your video of your exceptionally gorgeous roses. I loved seeing all of the details and multiple times showing how you actually achieved the beautiful roses. Rachel

  4. SuzzieQY

    Beautiful roses. Thanks for the inspirational video. My heart is saddened knowing of the tragic shooting and loss of life and many injured in your country.

  5. Sharon Roselli

    This is an amazing video! thank you for the steps to make the rose flowers! beautiful card. What paper did you say you used? I am a little fearful of putting my paper in water like that.

    1. Thank you Sharon. I have used iCraft flower shaping cardstock that is available in India. It is quite strong and robust. I am looking at new flower shaping cardstock so hoping to put this on my blog next week.

  6. Sharman

    Wow..Just Wow. This is the very first time I have EVER seen anyone dip their paper in water. That is just amazing to me. I did not catch the name of the paper though because I am sure it is a special type of paper to be able to do that. This card is just over the top gorgeous and I love the HFC dies. I find them pretty expensive compared to the other brands but I love this so much I might have to splurge on myself. Thank you for such an amazing tutorial. If you can would you post the name of the paper and where you purchase it. I am in the United States so I am sure it will have to be an online purchase. Thank you again.

    1. Thank you Sharman. iCraft cardstock is available from India but I am looking at a different range of flower shaping cardstock and I am in the midst of editing another video and will hopefully put it up next week.

  7. Bev Waide

    Kia Ora Patricia,
    It’s Bev here, the one who has “fat fingers” from card making
    Australia & NZ.
    I’m glad I looked up your website, so now I might figure
    out what Im doing wrong.
    Firstly, like you, I’m devastated over what has happened
    In NZ. I’m from Gisborne, but have lived in Oz for
    22 years.
    I only got the Classic Rose last week, tried one flower & was so disappointed with the size of the flower, I almost
    gave up. But will look and learn I’m sure from your
    tutorial.
    I’ll share it if I make it look ok.
    I usually put anything I make on the other Aust NZ
    (No rules) card sharing place.

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