To create my rosettes I used My Scrap Chick's "Straight Edge Rosettes". I used the file for the medium sized rosettes and the one that is 4 inches. The set comes with several cutting files to create small, medium and large rosettes in 3 different sizes each. The best part about these rosettes is that you tie them together with string - super easy!! There is a pdf included with instructions on how to do this - make sure you read this first before trying to create these :-) !!
I also used a few cut files from the "Rubber Ducky Tag" to create the scalloped and plain circle layers. I used a few stamped images I had in my stash leftover from #thedailymarker30daychallenge. I popped my stamped images up with foam tape to create more dimension. I used ribbon, buttons and twine from my stash and hot glued those on. The straws were purchased in the Easter section from WalMart last year.
For the back side of my rosettes I cut a large circle out (Rubber Ducky Tag again) in a color coordinating cardstock. I then did a print and cut using the "Birthday Round Tags". I chose to leave the center of the tag plain thinking that perhaps I would write in a name of the recipient and add them to a gift bag for a upcoming birthday present.
I had so much fun making these and you can bet you will see some more of these in my crafty future!! Thanks for stopping by today!! Here is a recap of the My Scrap Chick products I used -