Available Now At Your Local Craft Store: Celebrations By David Tutera

Available Now At Your Local Craft Store: Celebrations By David Tutera

Flowers don't have to be expensive....they don't even have to be real! Not only are large scale flowers a huge trend we're seeing across the world, they're PERFECT for celebrations! That's why David Tutera's newest collection has been inspired by that which we love- parties! The Celebrations collection by David Tutera is bursting with beautiful new flowers in many refreshing varieties. Take a look at all the different kinds below:

This collection launched last year exclusively at Michaels Stores and now that 2018 has arrived we're happy to say that we're able to offer this collection to other craft stores as well. That's right makers, you can get these flower dies from other places- it's available RIGHT now at your local craft store!

But first....Roll call! From the very top left to the bottom right, you can grab the following flowers at your local retailer: Large Dahlia, Large Magnolia, Large Lotus, Large Lily, Large Daisy, Dahlia, Large Rose, Rose, Large Peony, and last but not least the Large Succulent! These flowers may look difficult but they are SO easy to create! all you have to do is assemble and layer new larger sizes of flowers into fun personalized arrangements for home décor, weddings, parties and more.

We've taken inspiration from the wedding planner himself- David Tutera- to create beautiful backdrops and home decor pieces with these gorgeous flowers. From Baby showers to weddings- there's no celebration that can't be brightened with a little flower power.

In addition to these gorgeous new flower dies, David has given us all the tools we need to make, make, make! Add your own gorgeous greenery using David's new Eucalyptus Framelits die set and Leaves die!

 

Ready to make paper flowers come alive? Add dimension FAST with the Sizzix Crease & Curl Tool. it's a two-sided tool for assembling large and small flowers. Ergonomically designed for maximum crafting comfort, it helps you easily add a scoring crease in the middle of petal shapes, and curls petals to add volume without bending. At 7/8" x 6, this handy tool can also be used for large-scale quilling.

But that's not all if you want to make realistic-looking flowers we've got one more amazing toolkit up our sleeves. The Paper Sculpting Kit! It features seven versatile tools to add realism to your heart's content to flower shapes and other projects. The Molding Pad helps in cupping, shaping, stirring and other flower-creating techniques. The Detail Molding Pad creates lifelike veins in the paper leaves. Add dimension and definition to your paper flowers with the Fine Detail Tool, Reverse-Action Tweezers, Quilling Tool, Small Scissors and Stylus tools. 

If you've been waiting to get your hands on these, now's the time! Check ou your local craft store to grab your favorite flower dies or tools and start making! Which of these dies are you most excited about?

If you aren’t already, make sure you’re following us on InstagramTwitter and Facebook for sneak peeks, tutorials, pictures and more of these awesome new dies! Don't forget to hashtag and #sizzix if you share your makes and projects on social media so we can see and reshare. 

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5 thoughts on “Available Now At Your Local Craft Store: Celebrations By David Tutera”

  • Stacy Cohen

    Will David be designing a poinsettia..I hope so...I did start collecting his flowers....a poinsettia would be so beautiful in that big size..
    Thank you
    Helen Hetrick

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    • dchavez

      Thank you for your feedback! We love hearing cool die suggestions like this from the community of makers. You never know, it may come to pass in the future ;)

      Reply
  • Donna Broussard
    Donna Broussard Mar 22, 2018 at 12:16 pm

    Just love reading about new cards

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  • NancyR

    How do you actually assemble the large lotus? There are extra creases and cuts that I just don't know what to do with!

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    • dchavez

      Hello Nancy, have you seen our instructions on how to assemble this flower here: https://d3r06h67fvmy8.cloudfront.net/media/uploads/pdfs/instructions/662413.pdf ?

      Reply
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