Introducing Wild Roses Papers


The second new product going into the Boutique this week is a set of papers. I've called it 'Wild Roses' and it's a design I'm adding to the Colour Collection. It's a version of the multi-coloured Wild Rose design from 'Wild Blossoms'.

This is the design. It works beautifully for the Colour Collection doesn't it?
The details of the download. It ...
- prints as individual A4 sheets
- includes both positive and negative design options
- includes all 52 colours of the Colour Palette
- the retail price will be £1.99.

and the papers are available with either White or shades of Cream.

And this is how I created my cards...

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I chose plain white, 300gsm, 135mm square card blanks. They're by Papermania.

And I printed my 'Wild Roses' design onto a lightweight, 90gsm paper. I chose this because
- it lays very flat to the card base when it's stuck down, leaving only the very slightest raised edge - just enough for my card to still have a hand crafted finish. I prefer it to printing (or stamping) a background pattern directly onto my card base : )
- it is inexpensive to buy and so it's great value. And as long as I always use it with a high quality card base, my end result is still a high-quality card.

The colours I chose were 'Ocean', 'Sage', 'Putty' and 'Stone'. I knew I was using my new 'Tiny {Heartfelt} Sentiments' on my cards and I wanted soft, gentle tones of colour to complement them : )

I cut 90mm squares from each of my printed patterned papers...


... and stuck them to the centre of my card blanks, finishing each with a couple of rows of freestyle stitching.


Next I added my sentiments. They had been printed onto 300gsm plain white card. It was the same sheet I had cut the sentiments from when I made my cards yesterday.

Then I added a colour-matched printed insert, and finished them individually, embellishing each of them in a different way.


I finished my two Sympathy cards very simply, by layering punched butterflies, punched from scraps of the printed, ribbed Kraft card I had left from yesterday. And I added smaller butterflies for added detail inside too.


I embellished my Thank You card with punched hydrangea flowers, punched from some gold shimmer paper and decorated with little pink crystals, and finished it with a Kraft string bow.


And I embellished my Thinking Of You card very simply with a ready-made Prima blossom and a stitched stem, also finishing it with a Kraft string bow.

Lovely : )

Don't forget to add a comment if you'd like to a chance to win both of this week's new releases. Or another chance if you commented yesterday too.

And I'll see you tomorrow to announce the lucky winner : )

Love Liz xx



  • Card Base: 135mm Square White Card Blanks by Papermania
  • Patterned Papers: 'Wild Roses' in Ocean, Sage, Stone and Putty. From the Colour Collection.
  • Sentiment: 'Tiny {Heartfelt} Sentiments
  • Butterflies: Butterfly Punches by Martha Stewart
  • Hydrangea Flowers: Hydrangea Punches by Martha Stewart
  • Fabric Flower: Prima
  • Cream Kraft String, Coloured Crystals

30 comments on Introducing Wild Roses Papers

  1. Simply stunning in every detail.
    Thanks for sharing the 'how to' with us as well.
    I love the CAS but very stylish designs of your cards.
    Looking forward to the new releases being in the boutique.
    Have a wonderful day.
    Debs xx

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  2. A strikingly simple design...love it!

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  3. Lovely cards, this pattern really does work well for the colour collection, I love it :-)

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  4. Anything with blossoms on is a winner, so pretty, and another lovely addition to the collection x

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  5. I wish I had a tenth of your talent and imagination. They are all lovely. x

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  6. These are beautiful - just the inspiration I needed - I love Ocean but now you have highlighted other soft and appealing colours - how exciting!!

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  7. Wow Liz...what another stunning selection of cards hun & those papers are yummy...have to have those, just like your new sentiments too :D
    hugs and xxx
    Gemma

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  8. Love the elegance of these cards.

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  9. Lovin the soft muted colours Liz - totally gorgeous!!

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  10. These are beautiful, such a gorgeous design & very versitile
    Wendy x

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  11. Just in time to welcome Spring!!! I'm ready for the sun to shine : ) Thank you again for the beautiful inspiration. You continue to bring us fabulous products with class!!!
    Love n hugs,
    Lori

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  12. Love them- and your inspiration too. Thank you x

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  13. Oh I just love these, so pretty and effective.

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  14. LOve these cards- I think it's the muted colours that really appeal to me and the CAS outlay. TFS
    Hugs,
    Trish x

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  15. Simple but stunning, so many possibilities, a must for my collection - thanks Liz x

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  16. Love this design, think it'll soon be added to my pink petticoat collection x

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  17. Stunning! so simple and yet so attractive.
    Lovely.
    Linda W

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  18. Quaint and simply pure looking I love them already
    Pauline

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  19. Lovely new designs x I'm a convert :)
    Thanks, Cath .

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  20. Love the new papers.. I definetely NEED these!!!!

    Julie

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  21. Oh, Liz I think you have surpassed yourself with thes. I find the single colour with white or ivory so elegant!
    Definitely want these, they are perfect

    The chance to win is an added bonus....
    mandi x

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  22. Ooh, these are lush!
    Thank you for the chance to win x

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  23. STUNNING!

    All I can say is 'Is it Thursday yet?'

    Keryn :)

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  24. Simply stunning! Love the new designs. Thanks for the chance to win x

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  25. Lovely fresh looking in your inimitable Liz style. Gorgeous

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  26. Wow wow wow i likey very muchly :O)

    Fabulous and perfcet for my CAS cards! Fabulous samples as always Liz

    Ali x

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