Monday, April 25, 2011

Tissue Paper Challenge:Mother's Day Paper Corsage



I read several of the Paper Crafts blog, they are full of great inspiration. Last week on the Moxie Fab blog, Cath issued a challenge to create a project using tissue paper. In honor of Mother's Day I thought I would make a corsage that Mom could wear to church on Sunday!



1st I cut a strip of tissue paper, and ran it through the cuttlebug using some flower die cuts.




I left the tissue paper folded and cut through several layers.




Next up I sewed some small black beads to the center of each flower.











Then I scrunched up several layers of the flowers to give them dimension.





Lastly I assembled the corsage on a paper Dollie. I added some leaves, a few loops of ribbon and a vintage looking key I found at Joann's. I added a couple of pins so Mom can attach it to her shirt.















7 comments:

Sheila H said...

Gorgeous and so creative!

Lisa Fowler Windsor, CO said...

Brilliant and beautiful!
(also love your glittery fingernail tips!)

Teresa Zuehls said...

What a clever idea. I love making flowers with tissue paper. I'm sure Your mom will proud to wear your beautiful corsage.

Gretel said...

What a darling idea...just be careful if it rains!

Nancy said...

I'm totally borrowing this idea... ;) adorable!!

Cath said...

Thanks for entering the Tissue Paper Magic Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

Kids craft ideas said...

So cute! thanks for sharing