|Start by scalloping a length of Old Olive card and scrunch it up carefully. I used two lengths to make the rosette.|
|Colour in your image with Stampin' Write markers (I used the Christmas tree from the "Loads of Love" Stampin' Up! set and Chcolate Chip and Old Olive pens) and punch it out with the 1 3/4" circle punch.|
|This is what the back of my image looked like after I'd stuck the card frill around it. You need to use a very strong adhesive like SU's Sticky Strip to hold the folds in place.|
|Here is the finished rosette, ready to be placed on your project.|
|Gather the rest of your supplies: Chocolate Chip and Very Vanilla cardstock, Play Date DSP and Real Red 5/8" grosgrain ribbon.|
|The greeting is from Contempo Christmas - love that set!|
Hope you enjoyed this tutorial, happy crafting! Needless to say this technique works for lots of different occasions, not just Christmas.