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Cupcake Die Wedding Dress Decor

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Looking for a fun gift for a soon-to-be bride? Cupcake Die Wedding Dress Decor from Eileen Hull is the perfect wedding craft to make yourself. You can display this piece even after the big day.

Cupcake Die Wedding Dress Decor
 

Materials:

  • Big Shot
  • ScoreBoards Cupcake Holder Die by Eileen Hull
  • Textured Impressions Floral Flourishes & Vines Embossing Folders
  • Mat board
  • Double-sided tape
  • Lace trim
  • Ribbon
  • Paper rose

Instructions:

  1. Place die-cut cupcake holder in Textured Impressions folder and run through Big Shot.
     
  2. Cut bodice from two segments of the cupcake, top skirt from three segments and bottom skirt from three segments as seen in photo. (You may have to trim a little bit from both sides of the skirt so everything lines up right.)
     
  3. Place a little double-sided tape in between bodice and top skirt. Add vintage lace to hem of skirt and a sash around the waist. Layer underskirt below top skirt and secure with more tape. Add a small paper rose to the side of the lace belt.
     
  4. The frame had been purchased recently at a discount store, but I already knew I was going to paint it. It was too dark, and the embossed areas didn't stand out enough. I took some cream paint and dry brushed all around the frame and embossed mat.
     
  5. In one of my thrift shop adventures a while ago, I had found a cool old book titled "Vogue's Book of Etiquette" from 1948, which goes into some detail on any possible event and how to dress for it. I tore out an appropriate page and placed that behind the dress.
     
  6. Then I matted the dress on a piece of mat board for contrast, added some foamboard on the back to give it dimension and adhered that to the backing.

 

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