Thursday, April 03, 2014


3D Poppy and Iris Paper Flowers and a Grass Vase!


This file comes with all the pieces you need to create this Poppy flower. The pieces are sizeable to fit your needs and are compatible with both the 8x12 and 12x12 mats!
Here is the tutorial:

1.  Cut out all your pieces.
2.  Place adhesive along the straight edge of one of the scallop pieces and then wrap it tightly around itself.
3.  Apply adhesive around the second scallop piece and then wrap it around the previous piece.  Adhere the circular pieces together and pull up the ends.
4.  Adhere the scallop piece into the center of the circular piece.
5.  Curl the petals with your skewer/pencil as shown.
6.  Adhere the center piece inside the smallest petal piece.
7.  Adhere that inside your largest flower, staggering the petals slightly.
8.  Roll the stem diagonally with your skewer/pencil.  If you need help with the stem tutorial, click HERE.  Adhere the leaf pieces to the stem.
This file comes with all the pieces you need to create this Iris flower. The pieces are sizeable to fit your needs and are compatible with both the 8x12 and 12x12 mats!
Here is the tutorial:
1.  Cut out all your pieces and ink around the edges as desired.
2.  Curl your pieces with a skewer/pencil as shown.
3.  Adhere your pieces together, largest on bottom, staggering the petals.
4.  Roll the stem diagonally with your skewer/pencil.  If you need help with the stem tutorial, click HERE.  Adhere the leaf pieces to the stem.


This file comes with all the pieces you need to create this Grass Vase. The file comes sized at approximately 7” x 5-3/4” x 3”.  The pieces are sizeable to fit your needs and are compatible with both the 8x12 and 12x12 mats.  You can add in paper flowers or leave it as is for its own decoration!  
 Here is the tutorial:
1.  Cut out all your pieces. Begin with the border pieces for the base bottom and bend on the score lines. Adhere the two pieces together as shown.
2.  Place adhesive on the remaining tab and adhere it to the other side to form an oval.
3.  Place adhesive around the edges of one of your oval pieces.
4.  Insert that oval piece adhesive side down into the form, shaping as you go.
5.  Turn the piece over and adhere the remaining oval piece on the bottom to cover all the tabs.
6.  Adhere your Vase pieces together so they are one large piece.
7.  Place adhesive on the remaining tab and bring it around to the other side to form its shape.
8.  Place a strong adhesive around the base lip of the oval bottom as shown.
9.  Fit the vase piece over the top of the base piece and adhere in place.
10. Your vase should look like this now.
11. Cut out all your grass pieces.  Use your pencil/skewer to curve the blades in all directions.  I did groups at a time.
12. It should look similar to this.
13. Stack the grass pieces on top of each other as shown.
14. Bend them around to fit them in the vase.
15. Cut out your decorative border pieces
16. Adhere the borders together.
17. Attach the border to the top of the vase.  Your grass vase should look like this now.  Fill with your desired flowers or use as is!


1 comment:

Seahorse Creations said...

I am so glad I found your site, love all of your flower creations. Thank you for showing in such great detail. Now only if I had the time to do some myself...

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