Thursday, May 01, 2014


3D Sunblest and Tiffany Paper Tea Roses

Here is your tutorial:
1.  Cut out all your pieces and stack 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.
5-7. Continue adhering the center into the next sized flower form and pushing the petals up.
8.  Once you have all flowers in place, push the bottom flowers down and fluff out the flower to achieve your desired look!

Here is your 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.
5-10. Continue adhering the center into the next sized flower form and pushing the petals up.
11.  Once you have all flowers in place, push the bottom flowers down and fluff out the flower to achieve your desired look!



5 comments:

Erika Marquez said...

What do you mean by ink around the edges? How do you that?
Thanks,
Erika torres95e@yahoo.com

Orchidlady said...

inking around the edges means you take an ink pad such as a cats eye and put ink on just the edges of the paper to add shading. You can also use a small piece of sponge and get ink from any ink pad and use that to smear ink along the edges. I often ink about 1/2 inch or so in from the edge so I may have pink paper and a light tan ink on the outside edges of each petal. Or may use yellow paper and ink with pink. any inkpad can be used but i often use my pads shaped like a cats eye or a small square and in right from the pad. Other times I will use a small piece of sponge or q-tip

Hope this helps

Nakita Morgan said...

What color ink do you use?

Jamie Cripps said...

Hi Nakita! I use Cat's Eye Chalk inks and try to select a shade or two darker than the paper I use. I don't recall the exact inks I used for these, but I would guess Amber Clay on the yellow flower and Rose Coral on the pink flower. Hope that helps!

Traditha LaGrone said...

how would you suggest i go about resizing this complete flower in Silhouette studio? i mean i would need the largest petal template to fit a full size sheet of card stock 8.5 x 11 how can i know what percentage or size to adjust the other petals from there?

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