Wednesday, February 26, 2014


Daffodil and Cherry Blossom 3D Paper Flowers

This is my Daffodil Flower...
Tutorial:
1.  Cut out all the pieces and pinch the leaves on the score lines.  Ink around the edges of the flower pieces if desired.
2.  Use a pencil or skewer to roll the petals on the flowers in all different directions.  
3.  Begin with the largest flower shape and place a glue dot in the center.  
4.  Adhere the next size in the center of the flower, staggering the petals.
5-6.  Continue adding the next size flower until your flower looks similar to this.
7.  Next grab your two scallop'y shaped pieces.
8.  Adhere the side over on top of the other side (matching 3 peaks) to form a cone like shape. 
9.  This image shows the 3 peaks overlapping.

10.  Adhere the largest cone in the center of the flower.
11.  Then adhere the next cone in the center.
12.  Adhere your center pieces together and shape like this image.
13.  Add the center to the middle of the flower and adhere in place.
14.  Adhere the two leaf pieces together so they look like this.  Add a glue dot to the center.
15.  Adhere the leaf to the flower bottom.  Your flower should look like this now!


Tutorial:

1.  Cut out all the pieces and pinch the leaves on the score lines.  Ink around the edges of the flower pieces if desired.
2.  Adhere the center pieces together, matching up the circles in the center but staggering the tips.
3.  Bend the pieces up so your center looks like this now.
4.  Use a skewer (or pencil) to bend the petals of each flower, pinching them in the center around the skewer.
5.  Each flower should look like this.
6.  Once done, all of your flowers should be similar to this image.
7-11.  Start with the largest flower working your way to the smallest...adhere the centers together and stagger the petals.
12.  Adhere your center in the middle of your flower.
13.  Adhere your leaf pieces together then adhere the leaf to the bottom of the flower.
14.  Your flower should look like this now! 


4 comments:

Tammy Malone said...

Got this lovely flower (daffodil) yesterday :)

Pat Bowman said...

Love these Jamie! Thanks for reminding us that spring is coming! Some of us in the northeast need that reminder!

Meredith Adolf said...

I cut your cherry blossom file out as big as my paper...it looks so cute! You can see my pictures here http://www.whatsnextma.blogspot.com/2014/04/look-whats-blooming-silhouette-challenge.html Thank you for such a great file, and the assembly instructions! :)

Jeka N said...

Im not able to open the templates

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