I saw how to make these little roses on the Creating Cards with Andrea blog and I loved them! She said she used the scallop circle punch to do hers so I tried it with all the sizes of scallop circles that SU has. They came out so great!
I used the small Scallop circle punch with the 1" circle punch for the middle, the new larger scallop circle punch and just cut out the center circle and then also the Scallop Circle die and #2 die for the Big Shot(where I also cut out the center circles by hand). They all come out different size roses and work so well together! I glued them all on scrap paper and then cut the bottoms once they were dry.
I used Pink Pirouette card stock and Regal Rose ink to sponge the edges for the roses. I used Wild Wasabi card stock for the leaves using the 5 Petal Punch and sponged the edges with Old Olive.
This is how my frame started out. I got it at the dollar store! I ripped out the back and took the butterfly board off so I could move it over.
Here is the scallop circle with the center gone being rolled up and then glued on the 1/2" punched circle. I cut the center out of the 5 petal punch to make the leaves and wrapped it around the base.
Here is one of the completed flowers and the inside of the frame after I finished with it. I used Very Vanilla card stock to cover the frame pieces and sponged them with Crumb Cake ink to age them. I printed the picture and ripped the edges and sponged them also.
I love these little flowers, they are gorgeous!