I was over at my LSS, Mainely Stamping
, for a cardmaking event where they were using the Easy Rosette CutUps Die.
And they made the rosette a little differently than I do. So I thought I'd share.
Currently, you make the rosette so that the end wedges overlap and the ends show up in the "mountain" of the rosette. They made it so that the end shows up in the "valley", where it's not as noticeable. It's all in the folding and the taping.
Here's what they did when they folded:
1) Place the rosette with the "right side" of the paper up.
2) Make sure the first fold is a "mountain" fold in the "right side"
3) Continue folding until the end. Do not attach the second rosette.
4) Take the second rosette and Repeat steps 1-3
5) Then overlap the two wedges at both ends. "Spooning" them, if you will.
6) Tape where the rosettes overlap.
It makes the cut edges almost invisible. Can you see them on this card?