Oct 252011

Who would have thought that you could turn a rosette into in a Halloween card. 
Well with the right colors and paper it can be done!!OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Using your Basic Gray, Black and some of the Peach Parfait from the 2010-2011 In Color line it worked wonderfully.

Pick Your Poison Designer Series Paper from the Holiday Mini made a great pair up for this.  I of course used the new Simply Scored Tool to make the rosette which you can see how to use in my video from an earlier post.



Happy Stampin’



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  10 Responses to “More Simply Scored Rosettes”

  1. Was I with you when you saw the fall wreath? I think so! I am going to get the sipulpes and make one this weekend. It looks so cute and easy to put together! I will let you know how it turns out.

  2. Awesome website! Where did you get that awesome layout?

  3. Sweet web site, super pattern, very clean and apply friendly.

  4. Super-Duper blog! I am loving it!! Will be back later to read some more. I am taking your feeds also

    • Love that carrot box! The wndiow in it is perfect! The cornucopia is such a wonderful idea. We all have so many things to be grateful for and this is a special reminder of those gifts. Your hat and basket are precious! TFS!

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    • I love the lolly demonstration. I’ve been faiard to do one, because the other demo I saw was in person, and the person just hurried through it. There was no time to review what she’d done. Thanks! I’m hoping to get my SSST in the mail in the next day or two, and hopefully I’ll have some time to play. Have a great day!

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    • Really cute! What a clever idea and way to save those (many t-shirts that snhirk way too much!).LOVE the herringbone rosettes…great use of a great fabric.Holly504 MainPS – Check the typo in your title…shirt is missing an “r” to make it a, well, you see.

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