Today in the CLASSroom I have a “Pinked” Cabbage Rose to share.  I would love for you to come on over and see just how fun and easy it was to make!


Have a wonderful and crafty day!


A quick personal note:

My new little granddaughter has gotten quite sick, and I have gone to visit her.  My posts will be few and far between for the next couple of weeks.


24 Responses to “A Pinked Cabbage Rose”

  1. Wow, this is so beautiful! I checked out your tutorial, and I will be giving this a try! Thank you so much for sharing!!!

  2. Oh my goodness, I am so sorry to hear that your grandbaby is sick. I will keep her in my prayers and hope the recovery is very quick.

    Susan, your card is beautiful.

  3. Your cabbage rose is gorgeous and the tutorial shows how simple it is to do. TFS I will give it a try.
    I will pray for your little granddaughter’s speedy recovery. Pat

  4. Sorry to hear about your granddaughter being sick… Hope she will feel better soon, Susan…

  5. oh Susan, I’m so sorry to hear about your precious little granddaughter. I hope she’ll be well soon. Prayers going your way today.
    Your card is just gorgeous and I’m on my way over to see how you did that beautiful rose! TFS!

  6. Gorgeous flower Susan, love the color too. I am so sorry about your GDD. If you would like a happy card sent let me know. :0)

  7. I am so sorry to hear that the baby has gotten so sick. I hope everything will be alright and that she gets better quickly. I’ll be keeping her and your family in my thoughts and prayers!

    Your card is stunning!

  8. Beautiful flower!
    I am so sorry to hear about your little grandbaby. Hope she is better soon, will keep her in thoughts and prayers.

  9. Wow, that is really impressive!
    I’m sorry about your grandbaby…! I hope things turn out ok!

  10. I hope your precious little granddaughter gets better real, real soon. A great tutorial too.

  11. Absolutely gorgeous, Susan…love that flower!!! My prayers are with you and your precious DGD….have a safe trip and I hope she gets well real soon!!!

  12. This is beautiful Susan. I hope your grand-daughter gets well soon and everything turns out ok.

  13. Oh Susan…I am so sorry to hear about your sweet granddaughter. She and the family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

    Your card is very gorgeous!

  14. Just so incredibly beautiful Susan, can I come be a student in your classroom? I’m headed over to the classroom now to check it out and find out where you got that luscious ribbon.

    Praying your granddaughter is getting better and stronger every day Susan. {{{hugs}}}

  15. Hi Susan! I think I’ll give a try to this beautiful flower. Sorry to hear about your granddaughter. Hope she gets better soon.

  16. Susan, I have been sick for a few days and have not been online much. I am so sorry to hear about your little grand daughter. I will be praying for her and your family for a speedy recovery. It is so sad when babies are sick because they cannot communicate w/you.

    I love your card and I am going to head right over to the classroom to check this out!


  17. Susan, I’m so sorry to hear about your granddaughter. I’ll keep her in my prayers!

    Your project is beautiful — thanks so much for sharing it!

  18. Beautiful card and that flower is just awesome, thanks for sharing!

  19. Very nice flower, love the technique, so well done!!!

  20. Susan I sure hope your sweet grandbaby is ok – you and your family are in my thoughts.

  21. Oh, Susan, I’m so sorry to hear of your granddaughter’s illness. I will be praying for her and your family.

  22. I’m so sorry to hear your poor little one is still having problems!! Prayer going out to her and the family!!

  23. Hope your grandaughter is doing better, Susan! Holding you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. Off to see the how to’s on that cabbage rose, how beautiful!

  24. Susan, this is so pretty! Downright fluffy. I just love the flower. I sure hope your little granddaughter is better now. I haven’t heard anything but then, I might not be getting all my emails.

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