Supplies: Indian pink and light pink ink pads - Plum cord - Pink cardboard box - Pink, lilac, white and silver papers - Sheet of tracing paper printed with silver pattern - White wood glue
Fiskars® Tools: Squeeze Punch Circle XL (7414) and L (7424), M-Heart (7442), Stamp press (1353) and Stamps - Letters and numbers (1393), ShapeCutter™ (4806), ShapeCutter™ Plus Mat (8610) and Shape Template™-Hearts (4855), Eyelets setters (3133) and Eyelets-Love (4413), Eyelets mat (8604), Softgrip® Micro-tip™.
Using the Squeeze Punches, cut out small circles and large ovals from different coloured sheets of paper and tracing paper.
Cut out two large hearts with the ShapeCutter™ and the Heart ShapeTemplate™ using pink and white paper.
Using the Stamp press, position letters forming the first names of the bride and groom and the date of the wedding... Apply the ink pad to the letters and print a large oval and large hearts. Change ink pad colour to give the design a lift and insert heart-shaped eyelets with the setter into the hearts and ovals.
To make the flower, cut out hearts of different sizes with the ShapeCutter™ and Heart ShapeTemplate™ using pink, plum and white paper. Assemble them together with a touch of wood glue applied with a flat brush. Put into the press and once the glue is dry, curve the petals slightly to give volume. Stick the flower onto the lid of the box with a touch of wood glue. For an elegant finish, stick a circle of tracing paper with a printed silver design in the centre, cut out with the Squeeze Punch.
Assemble, attaching them with a small length of plum cord. Fill the box with white and pink sugared almonds.