To a Wild Rose – Grateful To Be Your Friend

To a Wild Rose – Grateful To Be Your Friend

To a Wild Rose is one of my favourite stamp sets, and if you joined us for Stamp Club this month you would have received additional project tutorial ideas featuring this stamp set.  Learn more about subscribing to Stamp Club HERE.

Today’s project we’re creating a few different layers and new techniques that I haven’t used in a while.

To a Wild Rose




  • Stamps – To a Wild Rose (149452)
  • Ink –Crushed Curry (147087), Flirty Flamingo (147052), Poppy Parade (147050), Granny Apple Green (147095), Night of Navy (147110), Crushed Curry Reinker (131158)
  • Paper – Whisper White (106549), Thick Whisper White (140490), Granny Apple Green (147014), Brights 6″x 6″ DSP (149813)
  • Other –Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430), Stampin’ Spritzer (128185), Wild Rose Dies (149547)


  • Thick Whisper White CS: 5-7/8″ x 8-1/4″
  • Whisper White CS: scrap piece
  • Granny Apple Green CS: Scrap piece
  • Brights 6″ x 6″ DSP: 1-1/3″ x 5-7/8″


  1. Add rubbing alcohol and 6-10 drops Crushed Curry reinker into a spritzer bottle.  Spray a couple of times at arms length on the thick Whisper white card base
  2. Stamp solid flower image twice onto scrap white CS using Flirty Flamingo CS. Stamp the 2nd flower image over the top of the Flirty Flamingo flower in Poppy Parade ink.  Die cut out using Wild Rose Dies.  Stamp solid leaf image three times in Granny Apple Green ink onto scrap white CS.  Die cut out using Wild Rose dies. Stamp the flower center twice in Crushed Curry ink and cut out using Wild Rose dies. Die cut three outline leaf images in Granny Apple Green CS, and one flower outline die in White CS.
  3. Stamp greeting with Night of Navy ink onto White CS and trim down.
  4. Adhere Brights 6″ x 6″ DSP to the bottom of Card base
  5. Arrange the flower images onto the card front as shown in picture and adhere with both liquid adhesive and stampin’ dimensionals
  6. Embellish with Rhinestones.  You’re Done!

To a Wild Rose


Video Tutorial

Tricks & Tips

  • Learn how to create a standard card base HERE


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