Fabulous Rose Frame in Yellow

When I stamp one frame, I usually stamp two. Both images stamped well, so I made two cards. This card was created for the MISTI challenge at Split coast Stampers. The challenge was that the card needed to have Yellow and say Hello. It could have other elements from the original card posted, but those were the two main elements.

https://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/3023123?&cat=500&ppuser=301308

I used the Fabulous Rose Frame with matching dies and the Amenome Wishes sets from Gina K Designs. I watched Melanie Muenchinger’s videos to learn how she colored the roses and ways to use the set. I made the belly band with Freshly Cut Grass ink from Lawn Fawn, then thought the card needed more yellow. I stamped another one from Sunflower ink, also from Lawn Fawn. The yellows all coordinate, even though the rose centers were stamped in GKD Wild Dandelion ink. I like the belly band with both colors showing. In enjoyed coloring the rose and leaves images.

8 thoughts on “Fabulous Rose Frame in Yellow

  1. Lovely and a promise for us to say Hello to Spring not too far away. The colors and design are so pretty.

  2. Another beauty. I really like the color combination. The little flowers are so sweet on either side of the sentiment. The sentiment fills the oval nicely.

  3. The tiny roses with the big ones is terrific idea. That die set is one I actually have and enjoy using. Might have to CASE this fantastic use of it.

  4. I agree with Bonnie that the small roses with the large ones is a great idea. I like your use of the different colors for the center, as well. Great work!

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