Tuesday, March 11, 2014


3D Paper Vases!

I can't wait to hear what you guys think about my new 3D Paper Vases!
I had a lot of fun putting these together and they work perfectly with my flowers!

First up is my Easy One Piece Scallop Vase and it is the easiest one to assemble. This file comes with a one piece base cut, decorative mats, and two bottom pieces (one for inside and one for the bottom).  This vase comes sized at approximately 4-1/4" x 3" x 2-3/4" and it is compatible with both the 8x12 and 12x12 mats.


Tutorial:
1.  Cut out all the pieces and fold on the score lines.  Add adhesive to the side tab.
2.  Fold the paper around and adhere the side tab to the vase side.
3.  Place adhesive around the sides of one of the hexagon shapes.  Adhere it to the inside of the vase.
4.  Adhere the remaining hexagon shape to the bottom of the vase to hid the tabs.
5.  Your vase bottom should look like this now.
6.  There are two shapes of mats.  Gather the shapes in the two sizes and start with one of the shapes, matching it up then adhere it to the center of every other area as shown.
7.  Grab your second set of mats and adhere them as you did above, in the empty areas remaining.
8.  Tie on your bow to embellish then fill with flowers!


This is my Large 3 Piece Vase and it comes sized at approximately 5" x 4-1/4" x 4" and is compatible with both the 8x12 and 12x12 mats.  This file could also be made larger or smaller.  It comes with three base pieces to form the vase, mat pieces, and two bottom pieces (inside and bottom).
Tutorial:
1.  Cut out all the pieces and fold on the score lines.
2.  Place adhesive on the long tab of all three base pieces.
3.  Adhere them together as shown.
4.  Adhere the mat pieces in their corresponding areas.
5.  Adhere the final long tab to the other side of the vase to form its shape.
6.  Place adhesive all over one of the hexagon pieces.
7.  Adhere it to the bottom of the vase, shaping the vase as you glue.
8.  Adhere the remaining hexagon inside the vase.  Embellish as desired!

This next one is a little more time consuming.  This is my Large 6 Piece Vase and it comes sized at approximately 5-3/4" x 5" x 4-1/2" and it can be sized larger or smaller.  This file comes with six base pieces to form the vase, six large mats, six inside vase lip mats, and two bottom pieces (inside and bottom).
Tutorial:
1.  Cut out all your pieces.
2.  Adhere your long mats to the base pieces and then fold on the score lines.  Do this for all six pieces.
3.  Add adhesive to the individual side tabs and adhere them to the next piece, shaping as you go.
4.  Continue adding pieces forming the shape of the vase.
5.  Once you have all six pieces in place, your vase will be similar to this.
6.  Apply adhesive on one of your hexagon bottom pieces.
7.  Adhere it inside your vase.
8.  Turn your vase over and adhere your second hexagon piece to cover the bottom tabs.
9.  Adhere your vase lip mats to the inside vase area as shown.
10.  Your vase should look like this when finished.
11. Embellish and fill as desired!


These next three vases will follow the tutorial above with just slight changes.

This is my 5 Piece Vase and it comes sized at approximately 6-1/2" x 3-3/4" x 3-3/4" however, this file can be made larger or smaller to fit your needs!  The file comes with five base pieces to form the vase, five long mats, five lip mats, and two bottom pieces  (inside and bottom).

This one is my 7 Piece Vase and it comes sized at approximately 6-3/8" x 5" x 5" however, this file can be made larger or smaller to fit your needs!  The file comes with seven base pieces to form the vase, seven long mats, seven lip mats, seven decorative borders, and two bottom pieces  (inside and bottom).  I used the mat pieces in the same color as the vase for my sample.
This last one is my hardest to assemble, but I really love it's curves!  This is my 5 Piece Curvy Swirl Vase and it comes sized at approximately 5-1/2" x 3-1/2" x 3-1/2" and it can be made larger or smaller to fit your needs!  The file comes with five base pieces to form the vase, five decorative mats, five lip mats, and two bottom pieces  (inside and bottom).
This one takes a little manipulating as you glue so I wanted to give you a closer shot of the assembly for the base vase pieces.




6 comments:

Dana Norris said...

I am in love with all your 3D flower designs! I've bought a lot of them and the ones that I don't yet have are on my wishlist so I was tickled pink to see your vases! I have all of those. I can't wait to get started making flowers and vases. Thank you for your beautiful designs!

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