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Oct 19, 2011

Tutorial for Rolled Chinese Roses...

Hello Everyone,

I promised I would do a short tutorial on these beautiful flowers so here goes.

These are really easy and oh so beautiful!!  I love putting them on everything right now.

Chinese Roses
I have used Marianne Designs die Chinese Roses, as it has the leaves that can be embossed too.
Run the die through the die cutting machine. I used Bazzil Basics cardstock which is quite heavy.
 Separate the die cut.
Then I used a quilling tool, slotted point needle tool.
Starting from the outside of the flower.
Place the cardstock betweent the 2 prongs of the tool and start turning towards you.
Keep rolling towards you.
Keep rolling until you reach the centre of the flower..
Keeping the flower on the tool, put some glue on the centre of the flower.
 Press the coil of flower to the glued area and hold for a short time.  The glue I use is fairly fast drying and available at Go-Lo here in Australia.
 Woo hoo a rolled Chinese Rose!!  How clever is that??
I use Distress Ink with a sponge held on a clip tool to burnish or colour around the edge of the rose
This saves getting a lot of ink on fingers, although I still do manage to get some.

Here is another pic of the roses.





And a card with a rose on it.





Hope you get to make some soon, they really are very beautiful and so easy!!  Now I am off to make more with very different papers, prints and plains.

Thanks for reading me!!.

LoveLaurenxx

7 comments:

:: BlueInks :: said...

What a great job on the tutorial, Lauren! Those are so neat. I ♥ them!

April said...

Very neat! Funny how just last night I was thinking I don't need a die just for the couple I want to make....downside is, I will become addicted to them! LOL


Your card using one is beautiful!!

Melissa said...

Awesome! Quick question, did you have the camera in your mouth? lol

Dotty xo said...

They are gorgeous! I love the little lavender coloured ones- so pretty. This is a great easy-to-follow tutorial and I'm keen to try them out (the possibilities are endless)...now all I need is a Big shot ;)

Carol W said...

Wow Lauren...you know everything...this is amazing and a great tutorial...you are so darn clever and crafty as well...I love these and will have to try them (although I don't have the dies...bummer I will have to try and find them...lol) Great job my friend....♥

craftingcottage said...

Wow you did such a great job on this Lauren!!! I LOVE that die! I don't have one but I am sure I can follow it and cut the paper pretty close to what you have done. These flowers are so sweet! I can't wait to try it out! Thanks so much for sharing this with us!
Lisa :)

~Paola~ said...

ohh WOWWW Laurennnnnnnnnnn...
I lovelove LOVEEE this tutorial!
Such esquisite lil roses!
wonderful dies too//never seen them here in Canada (yet!) but I imagine that if someone like me-without die- would try to cut a circle of c/s just as if it was peeliong an orange that too may work?? Not sure but definetly worth a try...txs for the tutorial...did I mentio how much I LOVE it???;o)