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All Occassion Bouquet of Flowers in a Vase by Annie

Posted on May 11 2020

Hello Crafty Friends - Annie here with a fun dimensional project. 
This vase and flowers can be created for any celebration or just because.

Materials Used:
Various Floral Dies
Green Washi Tape
Craft Wire
Darice Brand: Beads and Sequins 
Brother Scan n Cut Electronic Machine
Crafter's Edge Crossover II Die Cutting Machine
Xyron Inc. Creative Station Lite
Aleene's Original Tacky Glue
Recollections Brand 12x12 80lb Cardstock: White
 
Let's get started!
Vase
I got the Beer Glass cut file from Simply Crafty SVGs. Uploaded it into my Brother Scan N Cut. I cut the base of my vase out of plain white cardstock. * Note I only cut the glass, not the lid  I also cut the outer panels of the glass out Rinea: Starstruck Arctic/Arctic Foil Paper.
Next,  I ran the Rinea: Starstruck Arctic/Arctic Foil Paper glass panels through Xyron Inc. Creative Station Lite. along with the glass bottom.
Assembly:
I started by gluing one of the tabs of the vase and continued down the panel. 
*Note: Simply Crafty SVGs have YT videos and PDF for assembly.
I did this to all 10 panels to create the base of the vase.
  
To close the bottom of the vase I adhered the decagon shape to the bottom tabs of the vase.
  
Then, I applied the front panels of Rinea: Starstruck Arctic/Arctic Foil Paper to the vase.
 
Arctic Flower
Assembly:
I die cut the flower parts from Rinea: Starstruck Arctic/Arctic Foil Paper and 
 Rinea: Glossy Marigold/ GoldFoil Paper along with a leaf from
Next, I cut a length of craft wire into about 20 inches. I then folded the wire in half. Added a bit of washi tape to the loop part of the wire. I take the center of the flower (comb/fringe) add a bit of adhesive to the little tab side and start rolling the center around the wire.  Making sure to add a bit of adhesive along the way.
  
Then, I adhered to the petals (they are 3 attach little one) to the center of the flower. I then continue with the single petals medium, followed by the larger ones. I then, wrap the green washi to the wire of the flower to create a stem. I added the leaf along the way.
  
The Hyacinths
I die cut the flower parts from Rinea: Glossy Blush/ Gold Foil Paper
Rinea: Starstruck Turquoise/Turquoise Foil Pape(2 pieces for each flower), 
Rinea Glossy Emerald/ Gold Foil Paper (1 piece for each flower)
and Rinea: Starstruck Jade/Jade Foil Paper (2 pieces for each flower), 
I simply followed the easy directions on the back of the 
Assembly:
I cut pieces of Rinea Glossy Emerald/ Gold Foil Paper into 2 inches wide and 8 inches long. To create the stem for the Hyacinths. 
I placed a skewer at the corner of the Rinea Glossy Emerald/ Gold Foil Paper and started rolling the paper added a few drops of adhesive along the way.
  
Next, the flowers, I adhered the two Rinea: Glossy Blush/ Gold Foil Paper. Then, I use the skewer to roll the petals of the Hyacinths (making sure the curls are facing out). Once all the petals are curled into place. I adhered the petals to the stem by applying a bit of adhesive the inside of the base of the petals to the stem. Making sure to add a bit of adhesive along the way so the petals are secure.
I follow the petals with the Rinea: Starstruck Jade/Jade Foil Paper leaves. 
*Note I repeated this process for each Hyacinth created.
      
Blush and Marigold Flowers
I die cut the petals for all the flowers.
I created 2 Blush Flowers and 1 Marigold Flower. 
I did them all the same way. I used Rinea: Starstruck Blush/Blush Foil Paper
and Rinea: Starstruck Emerald/Emerald Foil Paper for the Blush Flowers. 
Rinea Glossy Emerald/ Gold Foil Paper for the Marigold flower.
Along with some crafty wire, craft beads, sequins, and washi tape.
Assembly:
I start by adhering to the petals in the configuration I want for each flower. Next. I slide one bead onto the craft wire (Trimmed about 20 inches). I twist the wire to secure the bead in place; I then slide the sequin on to the craft wire. They will be the centers of the flowers. Then, I slide the centers into the opening in the petals of the flowers. I add a bit of adhesive to the back of the sequins to help secure the centers in place. I then, wrap the wires with the washi tape. Making sure to add a leaf along the way. 
  
 
   
Tiny Violet Flowers
I die cut the petals for all the flowers - I used 
along with tiny seed beads,  craft wire, and washi tape.
  
Assembly:
I adhered to the layers of the flowers together. I created a small hole to the center of the petals of all the flowers for the stems. To create the stem I did the same as before. I slid the bead to the wire folded it in half and gave a bit of a twist. Insert it through the flower petals and wrapped washi tape to the wire starting at the base of the flower petals. *Note: for this flower, I wrapped each flower individually along with the leaf.  Next, I wrap two of the flowers, then add the last flower and leaf. I continue to wrap the stem. This created a multi-flower stem. 
    
I finally add all the flowers to the vase and the project is ready to decorate any table, desk, or bedside table. Perfect for any occasion.
 
 
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