Sunday, 30 September 2012

New from Little Claire - Georgina's Rosettes


I'm back today with some cards made from the third new stamp set which has just been released by Little Claire - this one is 'Georgina's Rosettes'.  You get various different rosettes and sentiments but the other great thing about the set is that you can use them with any of the other Little Claire circle sentiment stamps or die cuts.  The set is here on the website and there's also a gallery with lots of inspiration.

For my first card (above) stamped one of the rosette heads and the ribbon tail on to patterned paper using black Versafine ink and then cut them out.  I also used one of the circular sentiments from the set again stamped with Versafine on to white card and cut out.  You can't see it properly on the photo but I then used Glamour Dust in the outside circle of the sentiment with a Quickie Glue Pen.  I've layered the card with kraft and paper to match the rosette.


For my next card I used a different rosette head and this time scored and folded it to give dimension.  My sentiment is from the 'Save the Date' set and this time I attached the stamped tail with little foam pads to give it some depth.  The paper I've used is from a Trimcraft pad.


Finally, I made a Christmas card which shows that you don't have to use the set as rosettes - I layered up two sizes of the rosette heads using foam pads to make a topper finishing it with a sentiment from the 'Christmas Sentiments' set.  The paper I've used is from the Dovecraft Back to Basics Christmas Modern pack.

I'd like to enter my cards in the following challenges:

Happy Campers Craft Collective - 'pink and brown' (first card)
Moving Along With the Times - 'seeing red' (third card)
Cute Card Thursday - 'letters and numbers'
Southern Girls Challenge - 'spots and/or stripes' (second card)
The Sisterhood of Crafters - 'happy birthday' (second card)
Crafting When We Can - 'birthdays with 1 in them' (second card)
Christmas Stampin' All Year Long - 'inspiration photo' (last card)
Christmas Crafting - 'traditional Christmas colours' (last card)
Dream Valley Challenges - 'go pink' (first card)

15 comments:

  1. Hi Helen...I love the layout of your card. Thank you for joining us at Christmas Crafting.
    Debbie x

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  2. Beautiful creations Helen! Thanks so much for joining us at The Sisterhood ‘BIRTHDAY’ challenge and please come back again soon!
    Darlene
    one of the 'Sistahs'
    DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS

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  3. Hi Helen, great card, love the stamp youve used, thank you for joining us at happy campers, pauline x

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  4. All your cards are beautiful! Thanks for participating in CSAYL's challenge! Hope to see you again!!!
    ~DEANNE~

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  5. These are all gorgeous Helen… love the rosettes... and the colour combos and papers are beautiful ! :-)
    Thanks for joining us at MAWTT and Good Luck in the Challenge!
    Big Hugs
    Sue xx

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  6. Very effective cards, Helen. The rosette stamp is gorgeous, love how you have used it! Thanks for playing along at Southern Girls Challenge.
    Chris
    x

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  7. Three amazing cards! LOVE the layout--and the colors on each are all amazing! Thanks for joining us at CSAYL! :)

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  8. Those really are gorgeous rosettes!! Thanks so much for playing along with The Sisterhood of Crafters for our Happy Birthday Challenge.

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  9. Awesome card! Thanks for joining us at Southern Girls Challenges!!

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  10. Lovely card!Thanks for participating with us this week at CSAYL's challenge!

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  11. Aww, these are great! I love all the different papers, they really make each card so individual! It's very inspiring, actually!! Thanks for joining in at Dream Valley!

    love Mags B x

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  12. Very nice card. Thanks for playing with SGC.

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  14. hello Helen, so sweet and cute card, really lovely, thanks to play with us at CSAYL, biz

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Thanks for leaving me a comment - I really do appreciate it.

Helen x

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