Whoa! Rose Garden Wheel with Craft Roulette

Monday, May 15, 2023

As you probably know, I love participating with Craft Roulette each week. Ever since I was on it the first time on September 10th in 2021, I have made a project to meet the parameters. Well last week, Craft Roulette announced that they released their very own stamp set! I ordered it as soon as I could click the link and it came in the mail just in time for this last Friday's episode. Now, this card is definitely only going to make sense to fellow Craft Rouletters, but I still wanted to share it!

The four parameters this week were to include three tags which I die cut from different colored cardstock and stamped the "Whoa!" sentiment then embossed in copper. The colors were "Rose Garden" so I dug through and found seven Distress Oxides that I thought reminded me the most of a rose garden. I stamped the largest wheel and embossed in copper as well and then masked each slice of the wheel with each color. "Masking" was another parameters as well as "May" which I embossed and colored in flowers to represent the term May flowers (that come from April showers) with the same Distress Oxide colors and a water brush.

I cut a piece kraft cardstock with the A2 die from Heffy Doodle's Showtime Frame Dies (which is the same die set that I cut my tags from). I also used the next size down die to cut out some off-white colored cardstock to the background of my Craft Roulette image and tags. I adhered the kraft to the card base and adhered down the off-white piece of cardstock to the card base as well. I popped up the wheel and also the three tags and glued down the flowers, making sure to rotate them so they look different from each other.

The final touches were adding Snowflake Glitters Pops of Color to the wheel ticker and the insides of the flowers. I also added Dusty Rose Pops of Color to the four corners of the card to extend the rose garden colors out to the corners of the card. I'm excited to keep using this stamp set for future episodes! Now to get this card in the mail over to Mary Gunn (Funn) as I'm excited to have used her stamp set.


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