"With simply paper and a little creativity anyone can create"

Saturday, August 7, 2010

Simple mini flower tutorial

Here is a simple flower tutorial for those in a hurry... no punches or ink required.


All you will need is 4 store bought paper flowers - 2 tiny ones and one small one for the flower, then another small green one for the leaves... plus glue, water to mist and a pen or pencil.

Step 1: glue a tiny flower to the small one and let dry.

Step 2: Lightly water mist the single and double layer flowers then cup and roll around the end of your pencil. Let dry.

Step 3: Pinch the single flower to create your center.

Step 4: Glue the center into the double layer cup and then the "leaves" flower to the bottom.
Seriously, you're done! If you like these flowers, please leave a message and let me know you stopped by.

15 comments:

Elisabeth said...

Love this flower. Cute, simple and fast. Thanks for sharing!!!
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carrie said...

another fantastic flower... tfs.

Southern Moments said...

This is so cool! Gotta try it! :)

LG said...

WOW!!! Thank you for sharing this! I will definitely try this flower

Mona E said...

Thank you for sharing! I have loved all the flower-tutorials i have seen, done by you.
I will definately try this one too.

Adriana - DRIARTE said...

Ohhhh, Absolutely gorgeous flower!!!!! You are very talented!!!
Thanks so much for sharing!!!

Lacee broyles said...

Wow...this is awesome!!!!!

Gerry said...

Vicky, this is absolutely gorgeous! Thank you so much for your tutorial! Hugs, ~G~

Michele said...

This is very cool!

maggiescontroledchaos said...

Awesome tutorial! Love them Vicky! Even I can do these! LOL

MommaSaid said...

Wow! GREAT idea; looking forward to trying this.

pamala said...

Great use for those single layer flowers I hoarded, tfs! :)

Michelle said...

wow ...that;s pretty quick yet so pretty Vicky!

JanShore said...

Made 2 right away!! How easy....I wonder why I never think of any think like that?! Thanks for sharing!

Martine Labelle said...

so simple and so pretty! love it!! thanks!