Hi Connie NIchol here today with a scrapbook layout featuring the new Wild Rose collection from Heartfelt Creations.  This company has such beautiful products and the wild rose collection is a great addition to anyone’s craft stash.  As usual, the collection includes coordinating paper, stamps, dies and dimensional shaping molds, with the wild roses coming in both small and large sizes.  This makes them super versatile because you can use the single flowers as I did below, or layer many sizes together to make a flower full of  dimension.  Heartfelt Creations papers go so well with pictures from my childhood.  This one is scanned from a 35 mm slide from 1963.  I remember the scratchy couch and my favourite stuffed bunny whose name was Teddy.
You can create your roses and leaves by stamping with the cling mount stamps and colouring,  or I used the coordinating dies to cut them out of a sheet in the patterned paper collection.
Place your die cuts in the shaping mold for some beautiful and easy dimension.
I added even more dimension to the page by stitching around the border with a fancy decorative stitch with my Brother sewing machine.
I put everything together with Multi Craft adhesives and used their gold microbeads to adorn the flower centers.  Just goop in some of the clear drying craft glue and press in the beads.  Try not to spill too many of the beads – they are like tiny ball bearings and roll everywhere if they are let loose.  Ask me how I know.  🙂
Thanks for stopping by and happy crafting!
Supplies used:  Heartfelt Creations patterned paper, dies and shaping mold, MultiCraft beads, and adhesives, Brother sewing machine, lace from my stash, Sakura dark brown pen.

Have a wonderful Tuesday everyone!

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    Robin Mowat Reply

    This is such a pretty page. The paper and flowers are perfect for this pretty little girl. ❤️

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      Connie Reply

      thanks so much Robin <3. I apparently never smiled as a child