SPRING CEREMONY SET
In this period we always talk about ceremonies and I wanted to offer you a ceremonial set with very spring colors and shapes. It consists of an invitation card and a box to contain the confetti in two colors: lilac and green.
For both cards, I die cut the second largest rectangle from the “Dashing Rettangles” die from “Woodstock White” cardboard and from “Vellum”. Then from the Double Face paper "Wild Flowers 1 and 4" I die cut a rectangle of a smaller size to be placed centrally between the cardboard and the vellum. At the bottom right of the latter I have stamped the words Santa Confirmation and First Communion from the clear “Confirmation” and “Communion” stamp board.
On both vellums I glued the die-cut lace from the “Shopper” board to the base and on the green vellum I also stamped with the “Flower Pattern” and hot embossed in white. I made a hole with the awl in the top center and I inserted a brad and rolled a thread with two tassels tied at the ends.
For the boxes I die cut the base of “The Cube” from the patterned and for the lid I used solid color cardboard coordinated with the chosen papers. In the hole in the lid I glued the smallest flower of the "Dream Flower" rolled up with the "Cooper Wire Black" wire inside to have the appearance of grass and the stem of the flower.
I glued the "Zinnia" and "Echinopsis" flowers to the ends of the wire, piercing the center of the flowers with the awl. To hide the iron wire that came out, I glued the rod and above it the half pearls "Ceramic White" and "Clear". Under the flowers I glued the twigs of "Branch 9" leaves and that of Echinopsis. To ensure that it remained stable, inside the lid I put washi tape on the wire that was sticking out.
Hoping to have given you some more ideas for your creations, I wish you good scrap!