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Thursday, October 6, 2011

Friday Tip of the Day! ~ Episode 256

HAPPY HAPPY FRIDAY!!! I thought this day would never come!;)
For today's "Tip of the Day", I decided to show you another way to use these pretty rosettes! This was my FIRST time making them & they were a lot of fun to make! I used the "Art Philosophy" cartridge for the borders. If you haven't picked up YOUR copy of the "Art Philosophy" yet, you can purchase it from Miss Melanie w/Courtney Lane Designs HERE!;) I promise you, this cart is an AWESOME one!;) Tell your hubby's now that you would like it in YOUR Christmas stocking this year!;)
Okay, is this not the perfect gift for your teacher, office staff, co-worker OR take them out of the little bucket & give them to your kids' classmates for Halloween! For the sentiment, I used "Mixed Holiday Sentiments" and I also used it w/my "Curly Label Die"! The border stamp inside of the die is from "Inspiring Words Accents" stamp set!


Here is a video for you!;

More pictures of all 3 close up! I am so happy w/how they came out!;)


Here is what the "Rosette Pencils" looks like by itself!!! I am TOTALLY going to make these for "MY" own desk!;) hehehehe!;) 

Well, I hope you enjoyed my super easy FUN tip of the day! Let me know what you think of these and will YOU being making some "Rosette Pencils/Pens"?;) Have a FABULOUS weekend & I will see you back here Monday morning! xoxo's

23 comments:

  1. These are so cute, Emma! I love these open looking rosettes!

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  2. Super, super cute!!! Wishing I had the art philosophy cartridge....

    Jamie
    Http://oohlalapaperie.blogspot.com

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  3. Great job, your videos are always so fun to watch. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. So cute! Can't wait for my cart to get here. I just made my first rosettes last weekend. Def going to make more.

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  5. Oh my...i love these!!! Love the papers you have choose,and what a great idea,to put them on pencils!! AWESOME,Emma...love it!! TFS! :)
    Hugs,
    Cindy

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  6. Super cute. Unfortunately I do not have that cartridge. Do you know of any other cartridge that has the border kind of like that one? Thank you.
    cstephenson at q dot com

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  7. Super super cute projects! love this idea! TFS

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  8. Emma, Your Rosettes turned out AMAZING! I love making these rosettes and adding them to all sorts of projects. And how fun was it for me to see the note pad I made you on your video today!!! Made my heart smile. :) Big hugs my friend! ~Yvonne

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  9. Awesome Emma! I do own the AP cartridge but would never have thought to use one of the borders for a rosette. I am now going to play! Thanks for the great tip!!

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  10. Love these Emma!! I just got my Art Philosophy cartridge, can't wait to use it!

    Leslie

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  11. Emma, these are terrific! I haven't made any of these yet and they are on my to do list. I love that you made them into pencil toppers! Beautiful job!!! Hugs- Glora

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  12. Hi Emma,

    I haven't seen that style of rosette yet. (need to watch more blogs 3 months behind).

    So glad I stopped by your blog to check it out. I would love to try that style of rosette. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. This is very cute and what a great idea! :)

    -Stephanie
    http://www.paperandi.blogspot.com

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  14. hmm.. this cartridge is getting to be a NEED NOW with these beautiful pencils!! love them!! such pretty bright happy colors! doris
    parkernana5 at cox dot net

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  15. Emma these are really cute! I have a Close to My Heart Catalog coming to me so i can put together a book show. I'd love to get that cartridge bundle. Thanks for the video as always!

    mimi2trentdrew.blogspot.com

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  16. LOvely.. so nice,.,,, I may make some of this for our office and that way they will look pretty and I dont think patients could stick those in there pockets..LOL

    TFS..

    Ivette

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  17. I just love these flowers! Thank you Miss Emma!

    www.chrissandlou.blogspot.com

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  18. Super cute! I'll try these for my kids' teachers. Thanks for sharing!

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  19. These are really cute Emma, especially in those vibrant colours.
    Kim xXx

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  20. I love your rosettes. Here is another nit for those that don't have Art Philosophy and you don't need a acricut. Cut a 12" strip of paper or two. 1/2" for a very small rosette to as wide as you want to go for very large rosettes. The larger you go, the more strips you will need. Then use a border punch on the outside edge of the strip, then score every 1/4" (or 1/2" for larger rosettes) and fan fold and assemble as Emma has shown. Play with it and have fun.

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  21. So great you show alternatives how to use borders...these are wonderful. The Gypsy might be able to change shapes a little so they work better.
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  22. Very pretty rosettes! I love them! And I think I might have to have the Art Philosophy cart!!! Thanks Emma!
    hugs,
    joni

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