• Donna Biderman

Corner Bouquet is Not Just for the Corner! | Oh So Ombre Paper

Don't let the name fool you, no one (just) puts Corner Bouquet in the corner! And it's not just for silhouettes either. This free Sale-a-Bration Stampin' Up! set is more versatile than it appears at first glance.

Twist the corner bouquet so that it aims upwards and poof! you can use it anywhere you want on the card. I also placed a ribbon on the bottom to look like the bouquet is tied together and placed in a "vase" with the sentiment.

The Corner Bouquets are made to be silhouettes, but can be colored to have a more colorful image.

I also used the beautiful free Sale-a-Bration Oh So Ombre dsp.

If you want these free items, simply put in a $50 order in my online store ( or contact me.

Recipe: Corner Bouquet stamp set; thick basic white, basic white, basic black, and blackberry bliss card stocks; Oh So Ombre designer series paper; old olive and basic grey ink; light old olive, light and dark highland heather, and light and dark daffodil delight Stampin' Blends; white polka dot tulle ribbon; liquid glue or Seal, glue dots and Stampin' dimensionals; layering circles dies; trimmer; and Stampin' Cut and Emboss machine (Big Boss).

Ingredients: Cut a piece of basic white in half horizontally, score horizontally again, and fold to create a 5.5x4.25" card base. Cut a piece of basic black to 5.25x4". Cut a piece of blackberry bliss Oh So Ombre paper to 5x3.75". Using the Seal or the liquid glue, adhere the black to the card base and the dsp to the black.

Cut a piece of basic white to 3x4.25". Stamp the large corner bouquet in the middle of the white strip, holding it horizontally, using basic gray ink (or use a lighter gray if you prefer). Using the Stampin' Blends, color over the silhouette. Adhere to the card using Seal or liquid glue starting slightly down from the top.

Stamp the sentiment on a piece of basic white. Cut out with the smallest scalloped circle using the layering circle dies and the Big Boss. Cut another scalloped circle out of blackberry bliss cardstock using the third smallest scalloped circle die and the Big Boss. Adhere the sentiment on the blackberry bliss cardstock using Seal or liquid glue. Using Stampin' dimensionals, adhere the sentiment just under the bouquet.

Tie a bow usingthe white polka dotted tulle ribbon and adhere to the top of the die-cut scalloped circles with a glue dot.

That's it! I hope you like it. If you CASE it please tag me so that I can see it. Drop a comment and let me know what you think. Thanks for spending some time with me!

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