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MFT Stamps | November Vault 2023 Release – How to Make a Paper Rosette + GIVEAWAY

November 6, 2023

MFT Stamps | November Vault 2023 Release – How to Make a Paper Rosette + GIVEAWAY

November 6, 2023

Hello friends! Have you ever made a paper rosette? If not, the Rosette Die-namics from MFT Stamps makes the process super easy because it both cuts and pre-scores your paper so that you don’t have to. If you use the die as it is intended, the diameter of the rosette is about 3″ across – making a lovely, large rosette to add to your projects. In fact, they would be perfect for placing on top of a gift instead of a bow, if you desired to use it in that fashion.

Typically, you would die cut your paper two times with this die, fold them like a fan, and then attach the ends of each piece together to form your rosette. However, I only die cut my strip one time and then used my paper trimmer to cut it in half and then followed the same steps as I had mentioned above (folding each piece back and forth on the score lines like a fan and then attaching the ends together on both sides). Instead of resulting in a rosette with a 3″ diameter, mine measured at around 1.5″. I like adding the smaller sized rosette to the front of my cards because it frees me to add other items (such as the Lush Leaves that I used to decorate my card front as well).

I used a hot glue gun and a circle die cut (any circle die would work as long as it’s smaller in diameter than your rosette) to hold the back of my rosette together so that it kept it’s gorgeous shape. On the front of my rosette, I glued a smaller sized circle with liquid adhesive and then added a snowflake to the top of this piece using the Stylish Snowflakes Die-namics that are also re-releasing in this upcoming vault release. If you look at my card base, you can see a stitched vertical rectangle piece that I had die cut from Kraft Card Stock. This piece was cut using the Vertical Stitched Strips Die-namics that will also be releasing tomorrow, November 7th. There will also be a horizontal set that will be releasing as well!

You can take a look at the entire vault release HERE! This entire release will be available tomorrow, November 7th, at 10am EST.


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  • Jeanne November 7, 2023 at 7:25 AM

    Rosettes are fun. I think I have a Cricut cartridge (aging myself, I have the Expression….way old)that is filled with rosette cuts. Love the way you used yours with that brilliant red color! Thanks so much for sharing and delighting, Rachel!

    • rachelalvaradodesigns November 7, 2023 at 9:00 AM

      I’ve never really worked much with rosettes before, but it was a lot of fun making them! That’s awesome that you have a cartridge filled with different types of rosettes! I think it would be fun to try them out. ☺️

  • Anne Sturgeon November 7, 2023 at 7:55 AM

    So lovely! I have never made a rosette. But I do love the look. I think I would also prefer the smaller size like you made. I do love when MFT opens up their vault. I always seem to find a treasure that I some how missed…love everything thing about this card! TFS

    • rachelalvaradodesigns November 7, 2023 at 9:00 AM

      Thank you kindly, my friend! I love the vault releases too because there are a lot of items from years past that I don’t own either lol. 😍

    Hello, I'm Rachel! Thanks so much for dropping by and welcome to my blog! I love creating and am excited to share with you my love for card making and paper crafting.


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