Rosettes are super hot and super easy to use in your crafting exploits. Check out my door decor I made using ribbon, paper, glitter AND fabric.
I used the stamp set "Forever Young" and co-ordinating fabric "Timeless Portrait". I actually made this for Stampin' Up! as a display sample for Convention last year. But I had not had the chance to share it with you. So if you attended Stampin' Up!'s Annual Convention last year you may have spotted this project out in Salt Lake City.
Here are some detail pictures up close to help you check it out better…
A ruffle rosette made with the fabric and layered it between punched, stamped and die-cut circles adds another layer. The final background layer is a large accordion folded rosette stamped tone-on-tone with a glittered edge. I love the silhouette images included in the stamp set. They look wonderful just stamped in black, but of course I had to use my glitter embossing powder and take the bling up a notch.
A mix of ribbons and handmade ribbons from strips of the matching fabric add to the look. Reminds me of a big blue ribbon won at the state fair. I used a simple color palette for a really graphic match to the silhouette images in the stamp set and fabric. How can you go wrong with Basic Black, Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla and a pop of Island Indigo?
What a fun welcome on any door inside or out. I know I say it all the time, but another project you could use for just about any decor, holiday or color scheme you like. Just choose your colors and you can decorate away! What will you do with your ribbon stash? This might be a good idea to get crafty with, the weekend is coming! What do you have planned? Happy Crafting, Diana.