Did you know that there’s a GORGEOUS NEW Collection from Darice called David Tutera Bridal?
I recently recieved a big, beautiful box of goodies from David Tutera Bridal to play with. Look at the the fun things for brides– and for people who like to entertain… and for crafters in general!
I “fell in love” with all the sparkly things… like the Accent Pins, Hair Snaps (genius!), Pearl Rhinestone Crown Picks and Brooch.
And the flowery things… like the Rhinestone Center Flower Haircomb and Silk Flower Hair Comb.
And the blingy things! All these sparkly stuff gave the idea to create an Everlasting Jeweled Bridal Bouquet for a bride. Real flowers may fade but faux jewelry is forever (or at least a very long time!)
Supplies: Bridal Collection by David Tutera Rhinestone Center Flower Haircomb, Silk Flower Haircomb (2), Hair Snaps, Accent Pins, Rhinestone Crown Picks, Brooch, Self Stick Shimmer Sheet – Rhinestones, Self-Stick Rhinestones, Rhinestone Edge Bouquet Wrap, a 6″ strofoam ball, a wooden candlestick holder, white faux flowers (I used 24), hot glue.
Here’s what the flowers look like.
You can just pop the stem off.
The flowers work perfectly with the Haircombs from the Bridal Collection by David Tutera.
I wanted to make a bridal bouquet, so I started by hot glueing flowers all over the styrofoam.
It was easy to adhere the Bridal Collection by David Tutera Haircombs and Hair Pins and nestle them within the flowers.
Here are a few close-ups:
Looking lovely together!
I covered the candlestick holder with the Bridal Collection by David Tutera Rhinestone Edge Bouquet Wrap and applied Self-Srick Shimmer Sheet and Self-Stick Rhinestones the to the bottom.
This is a permanent bouquet that a bride could treasure for years to come!
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I wrote this post as part of a sponsored campaign with Darice and The Blueprint Social. The opinions in this post are my own.
Gorgeous! David Tutera knows weddings and his stuff is awesome!
Your post looks AWESOME. I love the idea of permanent flowers. Thanks, Malia!