Anytime that I take it into my head to do something crafty, it is time for concern and apprehension. As I grow older I may be getting wiser, but it isn't enhancing my cutting and pasting skillz, if you know what I mean :) So when Mari Koeglenberg created a cutting file for the spiral roses everyone is so excited about (and which I tried to make and failed pretty darn spectacularly if I do say so myself), I was intrigued. When I watched the tutorial she made she made it look like a third grader could do it, so I figured I had a chance :)
I have a habit of picking up cute photo frames at Target when they're on major clearance, so I have a stack of them waiting for photos. Some of them have been waiting for photos for a VERY long time, and they sit there accusingly in my office and glare at me when I'm not looking. So I grabbed one of these, and Mari's template, printed some out, and lookie! I did it!
this article by Nicole at The Hybrid Chick.