Rock & Roll Rose

The Rock & Roll technique is an easy way to get lot of dimension from your stamps. Roses in Winter is my favorite set to use for this technique but you can use pretty much any stamp that is fairly solid.

I used Pretty in Pink and Cranberry Crisp ink on my rose.

First layer: Ink up the stamp in Pretty in Pink. Take your inked stamp and roll just the edges of the rubber in Cranberry Crisp. Stamp.

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Second layer: Repeat inking directions for layer one. Stamp.

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Third layer: Ink the final stamp in Cranberry Crisp. Stamp.

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Finish your card:

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For this finished card I used:

Stamps: Roses in Winter, Small Script

Paper: Pretty in Pink, Cranberry Crisp, Chocolate Chip

Ink: Basic Black, Pretty in Pink, Cranberry Crisp, Chocolate Chip, Old Olive

14 responses to “Rock & Roll Rose

  1. Love it, thanks for the tutorial. What color did you use for the leaves and stem? Always Artichoke?

  2. Ooops Lisa! Old Olive for the leaves 🙂

  3. Linda (LSN on SCS)

    Jeanne, your roses are always so divine. Thanks for showing step by step pics on this technique. It really does help to see it done this way. Can you share some of your favorite Rock-n-Roll color combinations (the ones that make the prettiest roses)?

    TIA!

    Linda

  4. This is gorgeous! I know how to do this technique already but want to commend you on your presentation. I will be bookmarking you under my favs!
    Alli

  5. this is a beautiful card jeanne – i just love roses in winter! 🙂

  6. You do that deliberately, don’t you? Make me fixate on what you made that I walk into a phone pole? Thanks a lot! (rubbin’ my poor sore noggin’!) ;^) Smooches, Jules

  7. Wow…thanks for showing all of us Visual Learners!

  8. Beautiful card Jeanne. You ROCK! (I don’t know if you roll as well. LOL)

  9. as always your cards leave me speechless.
    it sounds so easy the way you descriped it. i have tried it with one set but it just doenst comes together as your creations. i wish you would live closer and i could learn from you.
    claudia

  10. jeanne,
    i just read lsn (linda’s) comment on your post. i was thinking thats a terrific idea. i would never dreamed of using cranberry with pretty in pink.
    i would also love to get some great color combinations for two-step stamps
    thank you
    claudia

  11. This is so beautiful! I have tried that technique with this set and let me tell you, it did not come out like THAT! Guess I better try again!

  12. I so love this card and the colors you combined! That black ribbon is a fab touch!
    ~Angie

  13. This looks amazing! Your tutorials are excellent and this one I a going to make!

  14. Cynthia (SCS Stampinak)

    Wow! This is fabulous. I just got RIW and I will have to try this.
    Thanks!

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