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November 5, 2011 Rosette Turkey

Good afternoon everyone!!!

I made a rosette this morning. I was wanting to make some sort of Thanksgivng decoration for my son's teacher and this is what I came up with.
I found the directions for the rosette here:
http://mrsbscraftroom.blogspot.com/

Go check out here blog if you haven't been there before. She made a beautiful pumpkin rosette.:0) AND she made a video to show you how to make it.;0)

I followed the instructions she had and made the brown rosette. I added an extra rosette on the top, I believe it was
2 1/2 x 12 (2 pieces).

What I added:
3 strips of 4 x 12 scored at 1/2 inch intervals. I made a 1/2 rosette. At the bottom (to hold it together) is about a 2x12 strip of the same cardstock glued to the rosette.
The cartridge I used was Create a Critter.
The cardstock I used was: rosette and turkey (Recollections) and the rest was (old) SU.

Let me know if you have any questions.
Have a great weekend!!!:0)

Comments

CSI girl said…
I love it! I would love if you linked this up at www.thecsiproject on Thursday. The challenge this week is Thanksgiving/fall so this would be perfect and you have a chance to win the top prize and a great giveaway.
Come on by for great tutorials this week too!
www.thecsiproject.com
Smiles
Dee
Sonya said…
How super cute!
Glora said…
WOW, what a cool way to put this turkey together. I love the depth and dimension. AWESOME idea!!!! I love it! Thanks so much for joining our Simply Crafts Challenge! Hugs- Glora
Simply Pam said…
This is so clever! I love it. :) Thanks for participating in the Simply Crafts challenge.

Pam
This looks great! Thanks for sharing how you made it too

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