These are the supplies you will need: hot glue gun, scissors, something to curl your petals back (I used my Gypsy stylus), 3 flowers (cut at 2.75" from George and Basic Shapes using the Shadow/Blackout feature). You can use any size flowers you would like, but all 3 need to be the same size.
Now it's going to start looking like a rose! Take the big flower with an "x" and put some hot glue around the center. Take the "cone" that has 3 petals and push it through the "x". Apply more hot glue to the center of the "cone" with 3 petals, and then push the "cone" with 2 petals into the center. Then you will be left with the last piece that will be the center of your rose.
Turn your rose over and snip off the bottom. This will give you a bigger area to push the center of your rose through. Turn the rose back over, put some hot glue in the middle and push through the last "cone" that will be the center of your rose. VOILA! You have a finished rose! :) You can snip off the back again to make it more flat to adhere it to cards or scrapbook pages. I adhered my roses to my card by using hot glue.
I hope this tutorial helps someone out there! These sure were fun to make and I think they look almost real! :) Make sure to check out the video, Kathy does a great job of explaining the steps. See ya later!