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Old 05-29-2007, 12:42 PM   #1
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Question Any tips for Roses in Winter??

I know, I know, I'm the last person on earth to get this set... and I'd still be procrastinating if it wasn't retiring...

BUT, now that I do have it, are there any tips or suggestions or WHOLE THREADS perhaps, devoted to Roses in Winter??

I've tried searching the forums with no luck...
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This is timely for me. I just got this set !! I have coveted it for a long time ---- and the fact that it is retiring pushed me into ordering it. I had a feeling that I might not be able to get a good price on it after it is retired.
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The best advice I saw was to double stamp each stamp of the rose, turning it a quarter/half a turn each time. This gives your rose more fullness and depth.

It's a wonderful stamp set, enjoy!!
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Wow! What a great set! I finally got it this year and am tickled pink with it!

I especially love to use the "rock-n-roll" technique with it: rock and roll

It's also fantastic "under glass" like this card from my gallery: cracked glass

Of course the person's gallery to check out for RIW cards is emilymomto3boys like this card!

It's one of those sets that will never leave my collection!
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LOL ~~ I just did my first 2 cards with this set today!!! I borrowed it from a friend (so no, you're not the last person to get it!!). I was bewildered, too, as to how to use it but the best advice I could find was to "smoosh" it. I did one card with the Rock & Roll method, & one with the "smooshing" method. Good luck ~~ it's a fun set!! I may just break down before July!!
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Here's a tutorial using RIW from Jeanne S's blog Inky Paws:
http://inkypaws.blogs.splitcoaststam...ock-roll-rose/


And some color combos:
http://inkypaws.blogs.splitcoaststam...-rock-rolling/

I think I remember seeing more tutorials somewhere, so I'll keep checking.
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When I need a little Roses in Winter inspiration I head over to Emilymomto3boys gallery, she has done some beautiful things with it!!!

Here is a link to her gallery:

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...00&ppuser=2042
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Below is some info on stamping Roses in Winter that I saved from over two years ago. Unfortunately, I didn't save who wrote it, so if anyone knows who it is, please let me know. Remember, this is very old, so ignore the reference to a "current promotion." Also, many of the colors in the list further down are long discontinued. But some of you may still have them. I do.

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How to Stamp a Successful Rose


With the current promotion, many of us have been tempted to or have already purchased Roses in Winter. I ordered the set. I had seen the beautiful creations that others had made with this set. I thought, "This is going to be a piece of cake." Well, if you have tried this set, you know that it isn't as easy as it looks.

Here are a few tips that I have discovered to make my roses actually look like roses instead of just smears of ink on the paper.

1. How to choose your ink: Choose three shades of ink (light, medium and dark). Here are some suggestions:
a. Almost Amethyst, Pale Plum, and Perfect Plum
b. Blush Blossom, Cameo Coral (stamped off once), Cameo Coral (full strength)
c. Barely Banana, Yoyo Yellow, Summer Sun
d. Rose Romance (stamped off twice), Rose Romance (stamped off once) and Rose Romance (full strength) _ use this method with any of the really dark colors.

2. Stamp your large image first.

3. Reink your large image and turn it counterclockwise, almost a half turn, but not quite, and stamp again. This makes the rose look very full and lovely. It is a much nicer look than just stamping it one time.

4. Stamp your middle image, same direction as you stamped the large rose the first time.

5. Reink your medium image and turn it counterclockwise, almost a half turn, but not quite, and stamp again.

6. Stamp your small image, same direction as you stamped the large rose the first time.

7. Reink your small image and turn it counterclockwise, almost a half turn, but not quite, and stamp again.

8. Add your leave stamps. I stamped in Mellow Moss (stamped off once) for the large leaf and then stamped full strength Mellow Moss for the smaller leaf part.

9. If you still have some empty spots and need filler, use the stem and the little flower to fill in. I would stamp off before stamping because you don't want these images to be the focus, you just want them to be filler.


Other color combos:
  • Rose Romance, Rose Red, Old Olive
  • Real Red, Ruby Red, Baroque Burgundy, Old Olive
  • Positively Pink, Pretty In Pink, Mellow Moss
  • Rose Romance, Rose Red, Baroque Burgundy, Sage Shadow, Forest Foliage
  • Baroque Burgundy, Rose Red, Forest Foliage, Garden Green
  • Barely Banana, Summer Sun, Mellow Moss
  • Ruby Red, Baroque Burgundy, Mellow Moss
  • Pretty In Pink, Rose Romance, Mellow Moss
  • Almost Amethyst, Lovely Lilac, Old Olive, Mellow Moss
  • Pale Plum, Perfect Plum, Mellow Moss, Old Olive
  • Pretty In Pink, Rose Romance, Rose Red, Mint Melody, Sage Shadow
  • Barely Banana, Yoyo Yellow, Summer Sun, Gable Green, Green Galore
  • Barely Banana, Summer Sun, More Mustard, Mellow Moss
  • Mauve Mist, Rose Romance, Rose Red
  • Bliss Blue, Ballet Blue, Brilliant Blue
  • Bliss Blue, Brocade Blue (stamped off once), Not Quite Navy
  • Barely Banana, Cameo Coral, Summer Sun
  • Pretty In Pink, Positively Pink, Pink Passion
  • Positively Pink, Rose Romance, Rose Red, Glorious Green, Forest Foliage
  • Cameo Coral, Ruby Red, Mellow Moss, Old Olive
  • Ballet Blue, Brocade Blue, Night of Navy, Bliss Blue, Mellow Moss, Old Olive
  • Positively Pink, Rose Romance, Baroque Burgundy
  • Mauve Mist, Pretty in Pink, Sage Shadow
  • Pale Plum, Lavender Lace, Sage Shadow
  • Barely Banana, YoYo Yellow, Summer Sun, Brocade Blue, Mellow Moss, Old Olive
  • Positively Pink, Gable Green
  • Blush Blossom, Rose Romance, Sage Shadow
28. Bliss Blue, Brocade Blue, Brilliant Blue, Sage Shadow, Garden Green
29. Positively Pink, Pink Passion, Real Red, Glorious Green, Green Galore
30. Pale Plum, Perfect Plum, Eggplant Envy, Mellow Moss
31. Pale, Plum, Perfect Plum, Mellow Moss, Old Olive, Barely Banana (filler flower)
32. Barely Banana, Summer Sun, Mellow Moss, Garden Green
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Old 05-29-2007, 04:51 PM   #9
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I have had this set one week and the first thing I did was take white cs and try every possible color combo I could think of with it. I wrote the formula next to each one including if I stamped a layer off. It was very useful even though it was time consuming. Now I have something to reference whenever I want to make a card. I only did it with purples and reds because I don't have enough pinks or yellows yet. Hope it helps.
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Thanks for the great info!
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Linda...thanks so much for all that great info. I just ordered this stamp set, too...
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I love using the WWC with RIW. I don't have any examples in my gallery, but I love the muted result.
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You are NOT the last person to get this set, I AM. I will be ordering it next month!!! Thanks to bensarmon I added this set to my June order!!!
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i just got my set.
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I just got this set as one of my free sets for my party. I can't wait to try some of these tips.
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Linda, Thanks for posting all of the very useful info on RIW. I just received my set and the info will really come in handy!

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I always use the Rock n Roll Technique when I use RIW.
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I just bought this set also and was having trouble getting it to look right. These tips are terrific! Thanks so much for the great info.
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Linda, it was your post that I remembered seeing way back when I first wanted to buy the set, and still can't figure out why the "search" feature on forums didn't work for me...

but,

huge thanks to EVERYONE who contributed to this thread. Since RIW is retiring, I thought there might be a few other last-minute buyers, who could use some suggestions from the stampers who bought it when it first came out (oh, the wasted months... sigh) and had already perfected their techniques.

And, yes, emilymomto3boys is my RIW idol!!!!!!!


I played around with color combinations (between trips to the dentist) for the past few days, and even stamped a bunch of RIW with Twinkling H2O. That really shows off the beauty of the stamps - just don't let the paint sit on the stamps as long as I did, or you, too, will be cleaning RIW with Q-tips!!!!!!

Thanks again!!
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Wow! Thanks for posting. I'm going to try the rock n roll with this set.
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Some great tips and suggestions!! Thanks! This is the one set I'm debating over this month. I've had it on my wish list forever and I think I'd better get it. I really don't care for the words with it which is probably why I haven't purchased it yet....
time to get off the fence!
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2. Stamp your large image first.

3. Reink your large image and turn it counterclockwise, almost a half turn, but not quite, and stamp again. This makes the rose look very full and lovely. It is a much nicer look than just stamping it one time.

4. Stamp your middle image, same direction as you stamped the large rose the first time.

5. Reink your medium image and turn it counterclockwise, almost a half turn, but not quite, and stamp again.

6. Stamp your small image, same direction as you stamped the large rose the first time.

7. Reink your small image and turn it counterclockwise, almost a half turn, but not quite, and stamp again.



I did a variation on this recently by mistake. I remembered reading about this technique and couldn't find my directions and apparently my memeory was a bit fuzzy. Even though I did it differently than above I really like how it turned out. Haven't assembled the card yet so I can't show it to you.

I did not stamp each part of the rose twice because all I could really remember was the quarter turn part. Instead, I inked up each part of the rose once and after I put it on the paper I gave it a quarter turn and then stamped each layer like that. It turned out really pretty and my downline loved how it turned out. Give it a try and see if you like it.
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I'm still learning how to use this set. I think it takes some practice.
My first few tries were SO bad.
And I still haven't done one that I like. I guess it takes time.
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Is there a tutorial on how to cut out the rose from Roses in Winter and make it look 3 dimensional?
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Is there a tutorial on how to cut out the rose from Roses in Winter and make it look 3 dimensional?
I've always considered Linda D (Linda Duke) to be the Queen of Roses in Winter sculptured roses. Here's her hat card that hooked me years ago (even before SCS):

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...ter&perpage=90

And here are her instructions, which are down in the comments:

This card is a lot of fun to make. First stamp each flower separtely, cut out, and spray with water. I like mine pretty wet, this is something you will have to play with to find out how much water you like. Take a small handled paint brush, and roll up the ends, Set aside and let dry. When your flower parts are dry, kinda un roll the ends a little, again this is something you will just need to play with until the shape is to your liking. Put a glue dot in the center of the large flower part, a place the second size flower part and so on until your flower is together. Again, unrolling to your liking. When the flower is the way you want, take a sponge and color ink lightlin rub on color, I like dark on the edges. This is a beautiful technique, but it does take practice. Just hang in there, it is worth it!! Have fun. Linda D

I did make one of these hat cards once, and had pretty good success following her instructions. I practiced a little first with some scrap cardstock.

And just so you know she's still at it, here's a very recent hat card Linda did - Wowza!:

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...ter&perpage=90

Good luck giving this technique a try! It really dazzles people.

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so glad to find this thread.
i ordered riw also on my last minute order before it retires - yesterday i thought i give it a try... boy was i dissapointed. i used blush blossom and pretty in pink. i thougth the blush is too light and than the pink to harsh on top.
infact i had no idea that i should use all 3 stamps with the rose.

iam going to try this.
any other suggestions...
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I'm playing with this set again. I want to try the almost quarter turn technique, it sounds awesome.

What I've done and liked is to stamp and twist without picking the stamp up. I do this with all three of the rose stamps. Just a slight twist on the quarter turn technique, I thought I'd mention.
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I just bought this set recently, too! I haven't played with it yet. There are some good tips on this thread.
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