I didn't know!
I have been making ribbon roses since I was a little girl - my mom taught me when I was like 5 and I've been doing it ever since. I showed some of the gals at one of my scrap clubs how to do them and that's when it occurred to me that no one else knows how to make them so easily! I have an INCREDIBLY easy way to make sweet roses for any project. Here's one of them on a card I did to showcase the technique:
In person it's not as squashed looking - my scanner lid kinda smushed it. But, isn't it cute? You can make them as big or as small as you'd like, depending on the size ribbon or fabric you use. If you'd like to learn how to make them, just email me. I'll work on a video tutorial this week, though, because it's kind of hard to explain in writing. :)
Materials (All SU!)
Card stock: Close to Cocoa, Rose Red
Designer Paper: Rose Red Prints
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Other: Chocolate Chip Grosgrain Ribbon, Paper Piercing tool