How to Make Roses with Rinea Foiled Paper by Michelle Frae Cummings
Hi Everyone! Michelle here to show you a quick and classy way to make roses from Rinea Foiled Paper. Perfect for any occasion or craft project.For this rose, I used the following:
- Violet/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper
- Emerald/Emerald Starstruck Foiled Paper
- Jade/Jade Starstruck Foiled Paper
- Double stick tape
- Bamboo skewer
You will need 3 hearts per size- Small, medium and large.
You can either hand trace and cut as I did or use a die cutting machine.
Gently crease your hearts down the middle with the fold at the back (see gold heart).
Cut a circle of foil from the Jade Starstruck- this will be your base. Cover with double stick tape.
Fold 2" of Emerald starstruck in half and cut out a stem and leaf. Unfold and crease down the middle both sides. Fold as shown and place on a circle base.
Press down 1 of 3 of your largest heart onto the tape. Arrange the other 2 hearts, careful not to hide the leaves.
Adding more tape in between layers, add the medium heart, then the small heart.
Crumple some scraps of foil into a small tight ball and press down onto tape in the center of the rose.
Curl ends of petals with a bamboo skewer or thin paintbrush handle.
Finish the rose by fluffing the petals towards the center.