Rosette Tutorial

Hello! I am back with the promised tutorial for the rosette. These are quite trendy right now and can be used on so many projects, because they make great embellishments. The way I make them is nothing I have invented - I saw how to make them somewhere, although I can't remember where or when I saw this for the first time. I prefer this way to make rosettes, because I don't need a long strip of paper, but can use smaller papers, too. Here is the tutorial (you can always click onto the photos to enlarge):

 Die-cut two scalloped circles from paper. 
 Score every circle as shown.
 Cut at one score to the middle of your circle.
 Accordeon-fold both circles.
 Assemble both parts on both sides.
 Looking closely at this photo, you can see how I assembled them.
 Then you have this rosette.
Now punch or die-cut two circles to adhere to the front and the back of your rosette and embellish it as desired.

Easy, isn't it?
Here is the finished rosette on the bag again:

I hope your day is great! Thanks for visiting!

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Lin said...

Thanks, Vanessa, these look so much easier than using the long strips of paper - can't wait to try this!

Martina said...

Das ist eine super Idee, gerade für Schnipsel. Danke fürs Zeigen!
LG Martina

Janet a.k.a. swanlady21 said...

Wonderful tutorial - thanks!

Dotty Jo said...

Thanks for a great tutorial, Jo x

CinnamonSally said...

Great tutorial Vanessa, what a fabulous idea, must try these!!

Barb said...

Oh, my gosh, that is so much easier than dealing with all those folds in a long strip of paper! So glad you shared this, Vanessa - thank you!

Natka said...

Einfach und effektvoll! Mich hat immer interessiert, wie solche Rosetten entstehen! Vielleicht probiere ich‘s mal aus...

Fru Heisel said...

Ganz einfach eine tolle Idee - werde ich morgen ausprobieren. Danke für die Inspiration :-)

Dawn T said...

gorgeous rosette. Wonderful idea to make them with scallop circles.