Here's what you'll need to make them. Sticky Strip, a piece of scrap paper (it doesn't really matter what color it is but it should coordinate with your project, just in case, you'll see why), I'm using white for the tutorial so that you can see it better. You'll also need ribbon, I'm using the Bravo Burgundy 5/8 inch ribbon, and some scissors.
To start Lay at least 5 rows. I went with 7 rows for mine. The length of them doesn't really matter, I think mine are 2 1/2- 3 inches long. Once you get your rows lined up, peel off the red backing on all of them.
Twist your ribbon, I twisted as I went. Start in the center and keep on twisting and sticking your ribbon to the sticky strip. Keep going until your rose is as big or as small as you want it.
Once your rose is the desired size, tuck the end under. Trim your cardstock around the rose. You will have some sticky strip left. I used it to make smaller roses that I'll use on a different project. That is a great way to use all those ribbon scraps! Then you're not wasting a bunch of sticky strip, which is a huge concern for me.