Using Ivory card stock and a sheet of waxed paper die cut with the Rose Medallion long die, the long flourish and filigree from The Damask Accents collection.
Sandwich together using wax paper between the card stock and die. This makes for an easy release
Die cut two of the Damask Accents flourish
Super easy to remove when using waxed paper.
Die cut one of the Flourish.
Emboss a sheet of card stock twice with the Vintage Damask long texture plate.Cut out and spray glue along the backside of the paper,adhere to a sheet of ivory card stock. This will give your Tussie Mussie lots of strength.
Using distress ink and a sponge edge all your cut pieces
Shape your cone by gently rolling the card stock matching top left corner to bottom right corner.Overlap at seem and glue in place.Distress with ink.
Glue filigree edge along top of cone with strong glue
Distress the Rose Medallion die cut .
Glue to front of cone covering up seam.
Use the Royal Medallion as a focal point.
Apply strong glue to the inside of the bezel and glue in flat backed pearl.
Glue bezel onto medallion.
Glue the medallion to front of cone. Punch holes along sides and attach the crinkle ribbon.
Glue the MOP buttons along the front of the cone
and on top of your ribbon handle.
Your Tussie Mussie is now ready to fill with your favorite flowers.
I had so many requests for more of my soldered hearts I figured I had better get busy! Each one has vintage lace soldered in between two hand cut heart glass pieces and Thanks to my mom I was able to grind down those edges to fit perfectly together. They hang from a silver plated chain and have a strong magnetic clasp.
Hi I'm Lynn ,I have been married to my wonderful husband for 32 years WOW. Has it been that long? I also have a grown son, and both of them are the loves of my life, besides Art! I try to find time when I can to play. Can't wait to see what else life will bring me!!
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