Rosette Flower Hoop

Project #19326
19326

For all-around fun, this flower hoop has all the makings of a memorable project. The Celebrations collection by David Tutera features all the inspiration you need to make beautiful home and party décor.



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Other Supplies: Cardstock (Dark Green, Light Green, Dark Pink, Light Pink), Double-Sided Tape or Tape Runner, Embossing Ink Pad (Clear), Embroidery Hoop, Glue Gun, Liquid Adhesive, Organza Fabric, Pearl Pigment Powder (Pink, Green, Turquoise), Paint Brushes, Ribbon (Pink), Water Mister Bottle

  1. Stamp five large flower petals from the Lace Flower set onto light pink cardstock with clear embossing ink. Dust the flower petals with pink pearl pigment powder using paint brushes. Brush away excess powder. Mist the petals with water to set the pearl pigment powder.
  2. Stamp two large leaves and two flourishes from the Eucalyptus & Flourish set onto light green cardstock with clear embossing ink. Dust the leaves and flourishes with green and turquoise pearl pigment powder using paint brushes. Brush away excess powder. Mist the leaves and flourishes with water to set the pearl pigment powder.
  3. Die-cut the stamped images using the corresponding dies. Die-cut the spiral center piece and five flower center pieces from the Lace Flower set out of dark pink cardstock. Die-cut five eucalyptus stems from the Eucalyptus & Flourish set out of dark green cardstock.
  4. Use the Crease & Curl Tool to curl the petal and leaf shapes as desired. Use the Quilling Tool to wind the spiral center die-cut tightly. Secure the end with liquid adhesive.
  5. Assemble the flower, using the glue gun to adhere the petals and center pieces together.
  6. Insert a piece of organza into an embroidery hoop. Adhere the flower, leaves, flourishes and eucalyptus die-cuts, along with a pink bow, to the hoop with the glue gun.

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