Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

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Holy Rosettes…Are you ready to make a wall hanging!
I’ve had so many people lately asking me how to create rosettes with out a die…so today is your luck day!!! 
I designed a massive 3 foot Nightfall Rosette Wall Hanging with tutorial for you to follow along with! 

Cut Strips for Rosettes:
3 – 3″ x 12″ Strips
4 – 4″ x 12 Strips
6 – 6″ x 12″ Strips

Score each strip every 1/2″ across each strip.
Ink edges with ebony ink.

Fold strips into accordion folds

Adhere all accordion strips together to form seams. 

Punch 3″ circle from scrap paper; push accordion circle down at the center.
Glue onto circle.
Hot glue all created rosettes randomly across chipboard strips to measure 3 feet.

Die cut doilies from pattern paper for each rosette. 
Add Epherema cards to centers. 

Die Happy Halloween from pattern paper; add to center of doily. 

Add bats to wall hanging. 
BAT PATTERN

Fussy cut spiders from paper; adhere to rosettes. 

Add “BEWARE” Banner to top of rosette wall hanging. 
Finish with twine bows and Halloween pieces. I hope you are inspired to create rosettes! You can make them smaller, bigger, larger…all you need to do is adjust the scoring lines, width and length of the papers. Enjoy Pam

Supplies:
Authentique Nightfall Collection
Sizzix Halloween Scrip Words Die
Nesting Doily Circles Die
Scoreboard
Black Twine
Random Halloween Decorations
Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
Pop Dots
2″x 12″  Chipboard Strips

(Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Authentique Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.)

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