Thursday, 12 March 2009

Paper Flower Tutorial

I have been asked many times to show how to make this very simple flower tutorial, I actually saw a similar-ish one being made a few years ago, when I attended a small local crafts event and when I came home, got straight to making my own version (so that I wouldn't forget) I adjusted it here and there adding my own tweaks to it. I've been making them ever since for projects (for example recently here) and workshops and now finally, Ive put it in writing (and pictures) and alas my paper flower tutorial is born!!

I have witten step by step notes and taken lots of pictures to match, in the hope that it fully explains and covers it, but email me if you have any probs. or need me to explain further. You can also click on the picture to enlarge it. So here goes.....

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1. Here are the main materials you will need; paper – I have used just plain red construction paper (of course you can use any colour!), dries clear glue, large 6 petal flower punch (or any six petal shape, sizzix, craft robo etc etc), glitter or stickles glitter, Fired brick distress ink pad, small piece of cut ’n dry foam and a cocktail stick (image 1)


2. Punch out 3 of the flower punch, make folds in them as in the picture to obtain the center (image 2)



3. In the first flower, just snip down the side of one of the petals to the middle, in the second flower punch cut away one petal and in the third flower cut away 2 of the petals (image 3)



4. At this stage using your cut ‘n dry foam with the fired brick ink pad, distress all the flower petals around the edges (image 4, 5)




5. Then using your dries clear glue, place some glue onto one of the petals of each of the three flowers and glue one petal over the other as in the picture - make sure you do this on the wrong side of the petals so that when they are glued down you do not cover the sides you have just distressed - (image 6,7,8)





6. Using your cocktail stick, curl all of the petals of each flower, of which there should be 3 (image 9,10,11)





7. You will now need to snip pointy ends off the two smaller flowers – do not snip the biggest flower as this is your base flower (image 12,13,14)





8. Then take the largest flower and add some dries clear glue to the middle, place the next size down flower and place on top, again, place some dries clear glue to the middle of that and place the smaller flower on top and just hold them in place a few second for the glue to adhere. (image 15,16,17,18)






9. With the two petal (i.e the heart shaped piece) again with the cocktail stick curl the petal edges and then keep one curled but, straighten out the other (image 19,20)


Now bring the shape together to make a funnel shape, but not too tight (image 21)

and place some clear dries glue to adhere the edge in place (image 22,23) (if at this stage the straight side of the petal is too straight, using your cocktail stick just gently curl that petal)

and as before snip the pointy end off (image 24)



10. Finally for the single petal, using the cocktail stick, curl the petal at the sides this time (image 25,26)


and also snip the pointy end off (image 27)

and place it in the middle of your flower, securing it in place with some dries clear glue as before (image 28)


The rose is almost complete, now for the final touches.


11. Cut out two leaves either with a die cut, or a punch or even draw it by hand and cut it out, I have used my wizard flower set die in this instance, but any similar leaf shape will do (image 29)

with a bone folder give the leaf some shape (image 30)

decide where you want to place them add some dries clear glue and adhere them in place (image 31,32,33)





12. And finally take your stickles glitter and randomly place some around the petals or even add some dots of glossy accents to resemble raindrops (image 34,35)



YOUR FLOWER IS COMPLETE - now you have the basis of constructing you can adapt it to suit your projects, I have made smaller ones, different colour, different papers i.e patterened & tissue papers, distress some of the petal edges with a distress tool for a worn look it goes on and on......


I do hope you enjoy this tutorial, I would love to hear your comments and what you think about it, and I'd absolutely love to see any of your projects created with this tutorial.

185 comments:

Craftyanny said...

Brilliant tutorial Maria, the flowers are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing the instructions and making them so clear to follow too.

Moni said...

Waw gorgeous, and thank you for the tutorial! Hugs, Moni

Becki and Alan said...

What a superb tutorial Maria - so clear! I shall definitely be having a go at making these. I would never have been able to guess how to begin with them, but your instructions make me feel that I can make them too!

I'm not surprised your blog is so popular. You deserve it!

Becki
xx

Valems said...

Thanks so much for the tutorial, Maria! The rose is really beautiful, I'm going to give it a try.
Hugs, Vanja

Lynsay Joanne said...

Hi Maria,

The tutorial is great i will try these at the weekend.

i have made a card with the images you sent i will post it later on toady. speak soon.

Love Lynsay xxx

Alice said...

WoW!! Fantastic!

Dilorf said...

What a beautiful rose!! Thanks for the easy step-by-step tutorial!

Pamela said...

The rose is amazing! Thanks for the tutorial - I'm going to give this a go.

Pamela

Valems said...

Hi again! I love the paper flower very much and your tutorial was so great that I decided to give it a try today. :) You can see how my rose turned out here. Not as pretty as yours, but since it's the first one I made, I'm satisfied with the result. :)
Have a lovely evening
Vanja

Lynne-d-lou said...

Thanks Maria for a brilliant, easy to follow tutorial. The rose is so pretty-I must have a go!
Love Lynne. XXX

Jana said...

Oh this is sooooooo nice. It's amazing what your habds can do!!!! Thanks so much for sharing. I''l try to make some... I'm sooo excited!

Marcea said...

omgosh this is fabulous - I must try this! Thankyou soooooooooo much for a fab tut
-x-

Tonya said...

This is amazing! I use to make roses from bread dough but never from paper. Your ROCK! Thanks so much for sharing!

Clarky J said...

Oh my goodness what a fantastic tutorial! Many thanks

Milalibelula said...

What a beautiful rose!
The tutorial is gorgeous!
I will try it!

Evelyn said...

wow. Great tutorial! you really have patience to make such beautiful flower. Thanks for sharing.

Eve

redsmomma said...

oh thank you so much for the tutorial! I just made a card using this and gave you a shout out in my blog! wonderful job!
~anna

mosaic1 said...

Such a pretty flower.....thanks for the super duper tutorial! Excellent job, I may even be able to do this!

Alex said...

Thank you for that great Tutorial!
Hugs, Alex

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SiSi said...

I love this, so gorgeous and creative! Would you mind if I posted a link for your tutorial from my craft blog? Let me know when you can, thanks!

The Pitter Patter Boutique said...

So pretty! And great instructions and pictures too. I wonder if I have the patiences. :-)

Thanks for sharing.

Deirdre said...

Great tutorial! Thank you!

Carol said...

That rose is beautiful. What an excellent tutorial. Thanks for sharing!

Teresa aka Laxmom111 said...

Your tutorial was very easy to follow and answered all questions. I love the flowers, so now Im going to go try it out...thanks:)

terriavidreader (USA - IN) said...

This is so very beautiful, and so easily explained, now to see if I can follow your instructions. Thanks!

lilacanglia said...

Absolutely beautiful,
great tutorial, thanks for sharing,
huggies
Angie

Gigi said...

Stunning; thanks so much for the tutorial and pics.

Cardmaking Galore said...

STunning rose - thanks for the tutorial. Will surely try it

mandapanda said...

Thankyou so so much for sharing this tutorial! Could you maybe scan or draw the image of the punch for us so that those of us who don't have a punch can simply print, trace, and cut? Thankyou!!! Manda. xx

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poppy said...

thats amazing thanks for sharing it.Bea x

Helena said...

WOW!!!
This is beautful!
THanks for taking the time to load up all these photo's; it;s great to see the tutorial!

Scrap with the soul said...

WOW that is expactacular. Thanks for sharing this tutorial. I go to try.

Alyusha said...

Thanks so much for the tutorial))))

Kim Dellow said...

Oh wow, that is wonderful - I'm going to have to have a go at this. Thanks for sharing. Kim

Katarina said...

Super tutorial - thanks for sharing. I might give it a try :)

Julie said...

Wow, I love your tutorial, I came across your blog via Kim Dellow's, I'm sure I will be back. I have the punch that you have used in your demo so will give it a go.

moi said...

Thank you for this tutorial. I made 2 and they look like they are real.

hugs, moi

Sonja said...

Dear Maria, thank you for this great tutorial. I have only found it today and made this card.
Only my punch is much smaller :(

Peta said...

Maria, I have seen many, many instructions for making roses and this is by far the best set of instructions I have come across. Thank you so much for sharing this with everyone.
Peta

snarflemarfle said...

Wow! I would have never thought that that beautiful paper rose started out as a six-petal flower punch! Thank you for sharing!

Meia said...

Amazing tutorial. Would love to try but just wanna know if there are other alternatives besides the flower punch? I've never seen one in my life before. So yeah.

dianets7 said...

Wow! What a great way to use my flower punch! Thanks for the great tutorial!

Scrapergirl said...

I have to say that is a very nice tutorial and the flower is simply beautiful
Gloria

Natalie said...

Thanks for the tutorial!! You did a great job making it look very easy! I can't wait to try that. Thanks for sharing.

mariam said...

Maria muchas gracias por este tutorial tan interesante. Saludos

Merry said...

Oh wow...this is a paper punch flower I could have sworn that rose made of ribbon. Thanks for the tut.

Brenda said...

WOW this is AWESOME!!! Thank you soooo much for your tutorial!
hugs
Brenda

Lil Sis said...

Thanks for sharing - you have given the instructions so well I CANT WAIT TO GIVE IT A TRY X

DIDI said...

thank you for these tutorial..

Beverly said...

How cool! Thanks!!!! :)
And thanks to Becki cuz I found you through her!

Spyder said...

This is brilliant, lovely roses, thank you so much for sharing! (If you don't mind, I'll put a link on my blog to yours, I know a few people who would love this!)

((Lyn))

Riane (Kernowcards) said...

I love this step by step picture tutorial!! It is very clear and it looks very beautiful Maria!Thanks!

Debs said...

wow what a fantastic tutorial - thank you so much for sharing it with us. I can't wait to have a go.
Debs xx

Germaine Ferrao -Lenn said...

I will have to have a go, I don't have that flower punch, but I am still going to try it, it is fab! TFS the free tutorial!

Kim Piggott said...

Wow what a fabulous tutorial thank you so much for sharing!
hugs
kim x

Linda Horn said...

What a lovely tutorial, I'll give it a try later today!
Many thanks!

Andrew said...

I don't understand step 9, which way do you make the funnel? and how did you make that part of the paper bend back? mine keeps ripping

Orli said...

Thank you for a beautiful tutorial.
Orli

Jennie said...
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Jennie said...

Sorry the above comment made no sense whatsoever! Fabulous tutorial, thank you. I am in the process of making grungeboard flowers with your instructions, and will post them later or tomorrow.
A big thank you
Jennie

Anne P said...

Thank you so much for sharing. I don't have a flower punch but just put my slice to good work and I am in LOVE with these flowers.

Julie said...

these are just devine. Thanks for sharing.

Liz said...

Maria, what an awesome tutorial. You made each step so easy to follow and such perfect pictures. Believe me, I know how difficult it is to "teach" and you have perfected it.
Thank you for sharing.
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Jennifer said...

This is the best tutorial ever! Thank you so much, I love these roses, they are stunning. I made my first one yesterday.
Hugs
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WOW!!!
Thank you for that great Tutorial!

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Maria Matter said...

Wow, so glad I found you! This flower is amazing and you're brilliant! Thank you for making it look so easy!

Blessings, Maria

Samantha Mellor said...

Excellent tutorial.Thankyou so much you are very kind.Hugs SamXX

Bec said...

Thank you so so much for these easy instructions and sharing your talent.
I am using these flowers on a piece at the moment and when I finish I will link it here for you to see!!

Bec said...

Ok, as promised. Here is the link for the piece I was putting these flowers on.
I am so happy with the end result.
And the flowers just make it I think.
Thank you again for the tutorial.
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Leslie said...

Wow, what a great tutorial, thanks for sharing it with us. I can see I found it late but I am still so grateful that you posted it. Hugs, Leslie

Kwebbel said...

Wow, Maria what a beautiful rose! Thank you very much for this great tutorial!
It is so easy to made!
Greetings from Germany
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LINANNA DESIGNS said...

Wow Maria, this is such a fantastic tutorial, i am definitely going to give this ago soon, thank you for the inspiration, its just what ive needed to kick start my crafting again! hugs Lind ax

Viv Estill said...

Thank you so much for the wonderful tutorial - you're so generous!
Got the link from craft obsessions.
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Shazza said...

wow this is fantastic, I have to try it. Thank youfor sharing this- I got the link from Craft Obsessions
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Chok Keun said...

This tutorial is so cool! Thanks for sharing!

Ginny said...

Fabulous tutorial really easy to follow. Made one then couldn't stop myself and have made a summer rose wreath using them. Thanks Ginny

kaartengallery said...

Great!!!!! tenk you. Many greatings from the nedtherlands
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Liam said...

Wow this is just amazing. The tutorial is so easy to follow. thank you for sharing. It is just gorgeous.

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Ch3rrie said...

wow, it looks so so easy to do!!!! Thank you for sharing.

Mrs.Lumpy said...

that is breath-taking!! thank you so much for the tutorial!!
....Sharon :)

paula said...

Wow what a stunning flower tutorial. Thanks for sharing the instructions.

Pham said...

I think this is the most beautiful rose paper I ever seen, so natural, and easy to make. Love love it.

TG said...

Thanks for sharing this fab tutorial, thought you might like to see some i made, i still need to practice a bit though.
Hugs Tracy x

TG said...

opps, forgot the link...
here's my flowers>

Maria Ines said...

I can't believe it, i just did it!!!!!!!!!!! wow!!!! Thanks a lot for this tutorial.

Have a flowerlicious day.
XOXO

Mole said...

Wow, what an amazing creating. I bet mine don't turn out like yours .... but I'm going to give it a go. Thank you so much for sharing.

Mary said...

Thanks for posting this tutorial! I can't wait to go try making one. I have been wanting to know how to for some time now.

Thanks again!
hugs
Mary

Margee' said...

Wow! Can't wait to find that flower punch and make some of these roses!

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clairebh84 said...

Waouh !
It's so beautiful !!
Thanks a lot !

clairebh84 said...

It's so beautiful !
Thanks a lot Maria !

The Scrappy Tree said...

Thanks for sharing how to make those beautiful flowers.

Papillon Bleu said...

thank you so much for this tutorial!!! it's great!!!
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Theresa said...

Your tutorial is wonderful, and your creativity is amazing! Thanks for sharing!

Terri said...

So glad I found your blog bu blog hopping. Anf this is a wonderful tutorial. Wow!

Cheryl said...

wow this is brilliant fab idea will be trying to have a go at doing these myself many many thanks love cheryl xxxxxxx

Neusinha said...

Step-by-step perfect! Thanks for sharing

Ellen said...

Amazing... I am going to try soon. Your tutorial is so clear that I can not fail, I hope. Thank you for sharing.
Ellen

Mireille said...

awesome tutorial!! thanks for sharing that with us!

SVIT said...

Wonderful tutorial! Thank you very much!

Queenie Jeannie said...

Fabulous!!!

Thank you for sharing!

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Darien said...

Thank you so much for such a wonderful tutorial!!!!! I Love these flowers!!!!!

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Thanks for a lovely tutorial and the flowers are gorgeous.
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KreatesKards said...

What beautiful roses!!!! Can't wait to try them.

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MariLynn said...

These are gorgeous.

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Clear and precise (as usual), Maria. You always make things look so easy. Thanks for another great tutorial.

ThePurplePlace said...

WOW! This is fantastic. They look almost identical to the new Prima sets that I bought in purple this past weekend, at my LSS.

Woohoo! I am going to have to try this out!

Your tutorial looks very user friendly
Thanks,
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Becky Yo said...

Love this tutorial! I didn't have a large 6-petal flower, so I was able to design one with the Cricut Design Studio software - turned out great! I'll be making some of these for Mother's Day cards.

Adeline said...

Fabulous tutorial! Thank you so much!!!

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C'est génial. Merci beaucoup pour ces explications si bien détaillées. Commme je n'ai pas la perforatrice j'ai obtenu le même résultat par un système de pliage et découpage. Merci encore

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Wow, this is one of the most realistic paper roses I've seen! Well done! I've posted a link. Thanks for sharing!

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I had never seen this before and just ran across it. Lovely rose. Thank you for the nice tutorial!
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Very nice tutorial. One thought I had, since we are curling the petals back, one could cut a free form flower by hand, and any unevenness would be mitigated because the petal is rolled back...may not need a punch..just a little more work and maybe a pattern..even one printed onto the paper off of the internet.

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Thankyou so much for this fabulous tutorial.I made some beautiful white roses for a wedding card and it really made the card stand out.So many thanks for sharing this with us.XX

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roisindubh211 said...

I am so excited to have found this tutorial; I've been trying to find some way to make paper roses for the past six months and just stumbled on this randomly!

Can i ask, though, what size is that flower punch?

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