Floral Table Number
No matter where you sit, this project blooms beautifully. Design your own elegant table numbers with Sizzix and watch your event blossom elegantly!
Other Supplies: Cardstock (Cream, Dark Gray, Dark Pink, Light Gray, Light Green, Light Pink), Glue Gun, Paper Trimmer, Ranger Distress Ink (Bundled Sage, Spun Sugar, Worn Lipstick), Scissors
- Adhere an adhesive sheet to one side of a 6" x 6" piece of cream cardstock. Die-cut the wreath from the Floral Wreath die set and the numbers 1 and 2 from the Alphanumeric, Script die set out of the cream cardstock.
- Cut 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" pieces of light pink and light gray cardstock. Place the largest circle from the Jungle Shadow Box die set slightly over the edge of the light pink panel along the upper, right hand side. Die-cut the circle so that one side of the pink panel is missing its edge.
- Die-cut an assortment of flowers from the Floral Wreath and Jungle Shadow Box die sets out of light pink and dark pink cardstock, and an assortment of leaves out of light green cardstock. Die-cut the smallest circle from the Jungle Shadow Box die set out of dark gray cardstock.
- With the Blending Tool, ink the edges of the light pink flowers with Spun Sugar Distress Ink, the dark pink flowers with Worn Lipstick Distress Ink and the leaves with Bundled Sage Distress Ink. Sculpt all of the leaves and flowers with the various stylus tools from the Paper Sculpting Kit.
- Adhere the pink panel to the light gray panel with Foam Tape. Remove the adhesive backing from the cream floral wreath and adhere it around the circle opening on the light pink panel. Trim off the excess that hangs over the edge with a pair of scissors. Remove the adhesive backing from the cream numbers; center and adhere the numbers to the dark gray circle. Adhere the circle inside the circle opening, with one edge of the circle hanging off the edge of the light gray panel. Trim the excess that hangs over the edge with scissors.
- Layer and adhere the flowers and leaves around the floral wreath as desired with hot glue.