Friday, May 02, 2014


3D Liberty and Nelson Carnations + Oklahoma Evening Primrose!

Here is the tutorial:
1.  Cut out all your pieces and place in size order (largest to smallest).  Ink around the edges if desired.
2.  Curl all your petals using your skewer/pencil.
3.  Roll your smallest piece together then bend at the bottom, this will be the center piece. Adhere the center piece into the smallest flower form and bend the petals around the center piece.  
4.  Adhere that into the next size flower form, staggering the petals slightly.
5-11. Continue adhering the center into the next sized flower form and pushing the petals up.
12.  Once you have all flowers in place, push the bottom flowers down and fluff out the flower to achieve your desired look!

Here is the tutorial:
1.  Cut out all your pieces and place in size order (largest to smallest).  Ink around the edges if desired.
2.  Curl all your petals using your skewer/pencil and push the petals up as shown.
3.  Roll your smallest piece together then bend at the bottom, this will be the center piece. Adhere the center piece into the smallest flower form and bend the petals around the center piece.  
4.  Adhere that into the next size flower form, staggering the petals slightly.
5-9. Continue adhering the center into the next sized flower form and pushing the petals up.
10.  Once you have all flowers in place, push the bottom flowers down and fluff out the flower to achieve your desired look!

Here is the tutorial:
1.  Cut out all your pieces.  Ink around the edges if desired.
2.  Curl all your petals using your skewer/pencil.  Adhere your center pieces together and stand up the points as shown.
3.  Your pieces should look like this now.
4.  Adhere your center to the smallest flower form then adhere that into the center of the next flower, staggering the petals slightly.


1 comment:

Your Facebook Guru! said...

Hi Jamie, What paper and glue/adhesive do you recommend for the Primrose treat box project? I love these, by the way!!!

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