Whatever you call them, they are easy to make, add a punch of dimension and colour, and are fun to make.
Here are a couple of gorgeous examples from the internet:
|Isn't this a pretty way to wrap a present? From Style Me Pretty|
|A Stampin' Up! Scrapbook Page (from the US website)|
|What a beautiful Christmas Wreath! From My Groovy Stampin' Up! Blog|
These paper rosettes are pretty simple to construct - you probably made them in primary school. You simply take a strip of paper or card stock, score it every 1cm, or 1/2 inch, and fold it, accordion style before adhering both ends together to form a circle.
You'll be seeing them a lot more soon....we will be getting the Stampin' Up! Simply Scored tool in our next Mini Catalogue (Autumn-Winter) in April! I was able to pre-order it and have a play.
|Here was a quick card made with left over pieces from a Christmas Card class ! The present is wrapped with my usual recycled brown packing paper from my SU! orders, and tied with baker's twine|
Here is the flyer for our launch: