Sunday, December 23, 2018

Paper Flower Wrist Corsages and Boxes

I made Christmas paper flower wrist corsages for some very special ladies I meet with every Thursday for ASL.  
I hope the beautiful flowers on their wrists aren't too distracting to the sign language. *Ü*

You guys know how much I love creating paper flowers.  They are so fun and surprisingly easy.  I have my Paper Flower Class still available, thank you for making it so popular.  It is something I will keep in stock all the time.

I used the Bloom Creator Die for the vanilla colored flowers, rolled the Candy Apple red flowers and trimmed with the Fringe Scissors and added pine springs from the Branch & Cone die set.  I filled it in with real pine comes and tulle with pearls.

I added felt to the underside so nothing could be rough or scratchy since it is just paper.

Of course you have to box it just as pretty, right?  I built boxes for each one with Candy Apple red cardstock and trimmed it with Cozy Prints Patterned Paper.  I cut a square in the center of the lid and added Window Sheet so they can peek through.

The box bottom is 8-1/2" x 8-1/2" and scored at 2" on all four sides.  The box lid is 6-5/8" x 6-5/8" and scored at 1" on all four sides.

I tied them up with Special Day Organza Ribbon and the Die D-Lites Santa from Spellbinders.

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  1. These corsages and boxes are absolutely breathtaking! You could open a business with them! Stunning workmanship as always!