I created a few layered rosettes to decorate a gift bag or to top off wrapped Christmas boxes. A fun alternative to bows.
I used Rita's A Merry Little Christmas die cut collection.
To make the rosettes, I used two strips of paper measuring 2" wide x 12" long. I scored each strip at every 1/2".
Glue the ends to make a large ring.
Next, cut a 2" circle add glue and flatten the ring and gather into the center to form a rosette. Holding the rosette by the center, quickly adhere the prepared 2" circle of glue to the backside of the rosette. Hold in place until the glue dries.
Add your favorite die cut to the center of the rosette.
I added a scallop circle to the backside or you can layer another larger rosette on the bottom.
These gift topper rosettes were so much fun to create and they came together so quickly. Give them a try.
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Great idea and so pretty, great embellishment for packaging, hugs, Lori m
Have a great day!
These rosettes are really sweet! I could see making these with ribbon as well for a different look!
Love these fun and pretty gift bag rosettes! So very clever and pretty!
Oh, what a great idea to make a rosette with one of Rita's cute girl images. NICE
So very cute!
What a great idea! And cute too! Thanks for sharing!
Lovely palette, the bags are so festive!
Pretty rosettes! Love the designs in the center and the colors you used! Very pretty way to decorate a gift!
I just love these, so pretty!!
Yolie, these rosettes are so very cute. They are sure to delight who ever receives them!
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Darling Rosettes! I love the coloring!
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