Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Rosette Tag & Bag, HUGE Sale and Weekly Deals

It is snowing here in PA today and I needed a break from the Thanksgiving prep, so I went to my studio - a place I love to be, and created this adorable bag. These bags are a perfect size when you just want to give a little something to someone. They are lined on the inside making them safe to put food in. Perhaps some homemade chocolate!

I used the Rosette Die from Stampin' Up! to make my rosette. This die is on sale right now until Monday, December 1 - a great bargain!

The die  has two different edges. Round or pointed. You choose which edge you want on your rosette. Putting the rosettes together is easy to do.

  1. Cut your cardstock or paper to the size you want for your rosette. My cardstock was 12" x 2". Lay it on the edge of your die and run through the Big Shot. For my size rosette I cut two pieces.
  2. This die cuts and scores. 
  3. Use Sticky Strip or a heavy duty adhesive to attache the pieces together after you accordion fold them. 
  4. Next, attach the ends so that you can form the rosette. 
  5. Using a glue gun is the easiest way to get your rosette to stay together. I use my silicone craft sheet for the next steps. 
  6. Form the rosette.
  7. Add a blob of hot glue onto the silicone sheet - the glue does not stick on the sheet. 
  8. Squish the rosette into the blob of glue and form. Hold for a few seconds until the glue holds. It can then be peeled off of the sheet easily. 
To finish the rosette, I stamped my greeting and banner cut the ends and attached with a glue dot. I used glue dots to adhere my gold sequins and also the pretty gold bow. I put the rosette on a Cherry Cobbler colored circle that was cut out using the Circles Framelits.

The bag was stamped using the snowflake from the Trendy Trims stamp set. I used Versamark Ink. 

I used the Banner Framelits to cut the large banner, adhered it to the front of the bag with sticky strip, just on the top so that the bag can be opened.The rosette was placed on top using dimensionls.

 My Stampin' Up! Supply List - click on product images below for more details and easy online shopping.

Check out the AMAZING deals from Stampin' Up! in this Extravaganza of a sale! 

Here are this weeks Weekly Deals! Check out the savings on the Rosette Die! 


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