Friday, May 30, 2014


3D Flower Bows!

These bows are perfect for cards, boxes, and gifts! They are all compatible with the 8x12 and 12x12 mats and can be sized to fit your needs! Each bow comes with the bow pieces as well as the pieces needed to create the unique paper flowers for their centers!


Here's the tutorial:
1.  Cut out all your pieces.
2.  Beginning with the largest bow piece, place adhesive in the center then fold over one side of the bow matching up the curves.  Repeat for the other side.  Repeat steps for the smaller bow.  Adhere the large bow to the top center of the tails.  Adhere the smaller bow in the center of the larger bow.  Your piece should look like this now.
3.  Curl your flower petals then adhere the center in the middle of one of the flowers.
4.  Adhere the flowers togethers.  Bend some of the petals down/back a little.
5.  Adhere the flower to the center of the bow to finish.

Here's the tutorial:
1.  Cut out all your pieces.
2.  With the bow piece, place adhesive in the center then fold over one side of the bow matching up the curves.  Repeat for the other sides.  
3.  Your bow should look like this now.
4.  Place a foam adhesive in the middle.
5.  Adhere the bow to the center top of the tails.
6.  Curl your flower petals with your skewer/pencil.
7-12.  Take the smallest flower form and bend the petals up to the center.  Adhere that into the next sized flower, staggering the petals.  Continue bending the petals up and then adding flowers until all pieces are in place. 
13.  Your pieces should look like this now.
14. Adhere the flower to the center of the bow to finish.


Here's the tutorial:
1.  Cut out all your pieces.
2.  Beginning with the largest bow piece, place adhesive in the center then fold over one side of the bow matching up the curves.  Repeat for the other side.  Repeat steps for the smaller bow.  Adhere the large bow to the top center of the bow base.  Adhere the smaller bow in the center of the smaller bow base then adhere those to the center of the larger bow.  Your piece should look like this now.  
3.  Curl your flower petals and adhere your center together, pulling the points up.
4.  Adhere the center in the middle of one of the smallest flower.
5.  Adhere the flowers togethers, smallest to largest until all are in place.  Stagger the petals as you go.  Bend some of the petals down/back a little.
6.  Adhere the flower to the center of the bow to finish.


Here's the tutorial:
1.  Cut out all your pieces.
2.  Beginning with the largest bow piece, place adhesive in the center then fold over one side of the bow matching up the curves.  Repeat for the other sides.  Repeat steps for the smaller bow.  
3.  Adhere the large bow to the top center of the tails.  Adhere the smaller bow in the center of the larger bow.  Your piece should look like this now.
4.  Curl your flower petals.  Adhere your center pieces together and pull the points up. Adhere the center in the middle of one of the smallest flower.
5.  Adhere the flowers togethers, smallest to largest.  Bend some of the petals down/back a little.
6.  Adhere the flower to the center of the bow to finish.

Here's the tutorial:
1.  Cut out all your pieces.
2.  Beginning with the largest bow piece, place adhesive in the center then fold over one side of the bow matching up the curves.  Repeat for the other side.  Repeat steps for the other bows.  
3.  Adhere the large bow to the top center of the bow base.  Adhere the middle sized bow in the center of the larger bow and the smallest on top of all that!  Your piece should look like this now. Add a foam adhesive to the center of the bow.
4.  Adhere your centers together and pull up the points.  Adhere the center to the smallest flower form.
5.  Pull up the petals of the flower toward the center.  Add on the next layer and pull those petals up.  Repeat for the third flower form, bending those just slightly up.
6.  Adhere the flower to the center of the bow to finish.


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