A list of the material used is at the end of this post. Although time-consuming, this was not difficult at all to make. I've shown some of the steps below in case you want to make one.
The rosebud image from YOF: Roses was stamped in Versamark ink onto lightweight silk fabric, dusted with clear embossing powder, and heat-embossed. This seals the image outline in the same way that gutta does if you are familiar with silk painting.
Using Copic markers, the image was colored in (flooding the area with isopropyl alcohol first will help the blending of the various shades).
After drying, the piece was ironed (no steam) between blank newsprint to remove the clear embossing powder.
The oval box was made out of craft foam by die cutting (Spellbinders Petite Ovals) multiple frames from the foam and stacking them, in a manner I demonstrated in an earlier post. The side of the oval box was covered with 1" wide silk ribbon that had been stamped with Fancy Flourishes using SU craft ink (Certainly Celery) then heat-set.
The top of the box was first covered with thin polyester quilt batting cut in an oval slightly smaller than the inner oval used for the box. The silk-painted rose was then glued on the lid around the edges and trimmed even with the edges of the lid. The green frame was made by dyeing 1" silk ribbon with a mixture of alcohol inks (Jaquard Pinata Sun Yellow + Lime Green diluted with isopropyl alcohol) to the desired shade, and after drying, wrapping around a cardboard frame cut using the same Spellbinders ovals as were used for the box.
The beaded embellishments were made by stringing beads from my stash onto 1/8" silk ribbon that had been dyed as above. The stickpin is a corsage pin from the bridal section at Michaels (thanks for the idea, Becca Feekin!).
Here's some additional views of the box (the inside contains some dried roses from the bouquet my husband gave me on our 25th anniversary):
Thanks for looking, and enjoy the rest of the Blog Hop!
Stamps: PTI Year of Flowers: Roses, and Fancy Flourishes.
Ink: Versamark; Copic R83, R85, R89, YG96, YG97); Jacquard Pinata Sun Yellow, Lime Green.
Silk: 1/8" wide and 1" wide silk ribbon from Dharmatrading.com.
Other: White 1/16" craft foam, pearl corsage pin, beads, thick tacky glue, Scor-it 1/8" tape; colorless embossing powder; polyester quilt batting; thin cardboard (cereal box).
Tools: Cuttlebug; Spellbinders Petite Ovals Small, two sizes; heat tool.