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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Victorian Cone with Thanksgiving Recipes

Hello My dear stamper friends:

Here is an Idea for Thanksgiving...
a Victorian cone or "Tussie Mussie"  to give away to your family or friends with some of your favorite recipes from that special day!

This project was made using "Petaloo's" flowers and trims and some papers from "Authentique",  as part of my DT assignments...

petaloo victorian cone with thanksgiving recipes


You can place this cone behind each chair hanging from a pretty ribbon, or place at each guest place setting or give away at the end along with some leftovers!!!

Here are the supplies: Petaloo Flowers, embellishments and some "Authentique" papers"


petaloo thanksgiving victorian cone supplies

step by step...

petaloo victorian cone with thanksgiving recipes


step 1: take  a 6 x6 paper from the "Autentique block of 6x6 papers".
place strong adhesive tape on 2 sides
ruffle the gold crepe paper and place along the tape as shown
step 2: tape gold string loop to hang from it on top and on bottom a gold string with some jingle bells
step 3: cover this with a 6x6 sheet of paper, add a punched trim along the sides
step 4: turn over and stitch gold string through the lace crochet trim and glue on 2 edges...

petaloo victorian cone steps on how to make the cone

step 5: punch holes on opposite sides, with a needle and  thread the ribbon
step 6: hold cone close with a clip and thread
step 7: finish with a knot at the end


 steps on how to make the vistorian cone

for the recipe rolls:
I took the top part of these pre-scored stack of cards, made a ring, embellish it with some flowers and insert on them the rolled recipe paper

petaloo victorian cone scrolls

Some other views...

petaloo victorian cone recipes
 

the front tag

petaloo victorian cone detail tag



here it is another  idea..you can replace those scrolls with recipes by a pretty fall arrangement, made with some pine cones, cinnamon sticks, feathers, Petaloo's Victorian tags  and embellishments...

petaloo victorian cone for fall

petaloo victorian cone for fall details

 a last view of this Thanksviving victorian cone holding some of your favorite recipes

petaloo victorian cone for thanksgiving recipes  side view

Note: a "Tussie Mussie": is a small bouquet of fragrant herbs and flowers. In the 1700's they became popular and during this time, elegant ladies carried them to mask the odors around them. And they were often worn as well on the lapel. During the Victorian period, Tussie Mussies placed inside a doily were designed to share a message usually between lovers.
Today, when someone refers to a "tussie mussie", they are talking about the small cone-shaped metal vase used to hold a small bouquet specially worn by brides or displayed as a centerpiece in a reception


Remember to come back on Thursday to check who is the winner for my "Throwback Thursday" challenge ....
 
Thanks for the visit 
and I hope you enjoyed this tutorial 
and start making these "Tussie Mussie"
 for the Big day! 


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23 comments:

  1. how beautiful Bibiana! I love the vintage feel and such a wonderful way to keep special recipies and beautiful for gift giving too!! :)

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  2. Bibiana, love this idea, beautifully made and great colour combo.

    Hugs Erika. x

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  3. mais comme c'est beau!! je suis "fan"!!
    bisous et bravo Bibiana!!!
    coc♥

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  4. Very pretty and wonderful idea. Love another bit of history too.

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  5. Gorgeous project Very Victorian and some what French Thanks for letting me see it ....Lis

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  6. C'est réellement superbe Bibiana, du très beau travail, j'adore !!!!!!! Bises.

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  7. Gorgeous, love your idea of putting them on the chairs at the thanksgiving table, the papers are lovely, like the vintage image on the tag, wonderful embellishing!

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  8. lovely, thanks for this step by step,
    bye,Pitchoune

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  9. Perfect gift´s Christmast ! I love it!

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  10. So pretty, love the Victorian look! What a nice way to decorate for Thanksgiving by placing these on the chairs.
    Hugs,
    Antonella :-)

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  11. Ce cône est très beau et me donner envie de le lifter si tu le permets... Jolies décos aussi pour l'embellir. J'aime aussi le laçage qui me rappelle un corset féminin... Bises.

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    1. bien sure que tu peux le refaire...quel plaisir de voir ta version...dis-le moi quand tu le referas!
      bibiana

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  12. Such a pretty project. And how lovely to display for the Holidays.

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  13. Well I don't know how you come up with such fabulous creations but this is another winner! I have not seen anything like this before - I like the vintage aspect - it would make a lovely take-away gift for dinner guests!

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    1. So glad that i bring something new!
      kisses
      bibiana

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  14. Quelle bonne idée!!!
    Bonne et belle journée.
    Bises.
    Chantal

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  15. Another amazing idea here again. I love the vintage look and it would also look fabulous, if it was made a little bigger to sit on a wall as a wallhanger in the hall as well or just in the familyroom. I can see lots of ways to use this beauty here. Thanks sooo much for sharing all your wonderful ideas sweet friend.Have a wonderful day filled with joy and fun, I hope.

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  16. Magnifique ce cornet lacé ! Une très belle idée de cadeau ! Bises

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  17. Hi Bibiana,
    what a very super creation.
    Love this super design.
    You are a very clever lady.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  18. Magnifique ! merci pour le tuto.

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  19. What a vintage & delicate project to pass as gifts to your guests, as a lovely remembrance of a fine meal and a happy day spent with loved ones. Love those Authentique design papers. TFS

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  20. magnifique! bises

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Thanks so much for visiting my blog!...AND Thank you for taking the time to comment on my post today...It keeps me motivated!
If you have any questions please feel free to contact me, I will be more than happy to answer them.
THANKS again, Bibiana