Wednesday, July 20, 2011

{Tutorial} Paper Rose - Tutorial and Downloads!

It's finally here! Thank you all for all your patience, I made you wait longer than I wanted to, but I really wanted this to be just perfect.


How to Make

Materials Needed
Template
2 pieces of cardstock in the color of the petals that you'd like
1 piece of cardstock in green for the leaves
1 straw (you can also use floral wire)
floral tape
Floral pin
Hot glue gun and glue
scissors to cut out template
Sponge (seriously!)

How to Make
1) Print out templates and cut out all petals (or use .studio files to cut with Silhouette)
2) Take the squiggly shaped petal (it looks like a dinosaur without legs) and glue like this:


3) starting at the side with the flat piece, start rolling the piece in on itself.


4) When you're finished rolling, glue the end down so that it looks like this:


5) Cut a small piece off your sponge and glue it to the top of your floral pin. I did this because it created a greater surface area for the pin head, and it ended up being more steady when glued in place within the center flower bud.


6) Add some glue to the outside of your pin and stick it in the bottom of your newly formed bud like this:


7) Now you start putting on the petals. Put some glue on the underside of your center bud and slide on the smallest bud. Curl under the sides of the petals. I use a straw to do this part, like this:


8) Start gluing each petal to the center bud, being sure to glue only one bud at a time. I put the glue on each petals like this:


9) When you've glued each of the three petals on the first set of petals, slide on the second petals, remembering to add some glue to the underside of the completed bud so that the next petal stays put. Repeat step 8 for each of the remaining petals. When all 6 petals are attached, it should look like this:


10) Cut off another small piece of your sponge and stick it in one end of the straw. I did this so that when I stuck the end of the pin with the flower on it in the straw, it didn't flop around but was held securely in place by the sponge.


11) Wrap the straw in the floral tape.


12) Add on the spiky petal to the head of the straw and then stick the head of the pin (the one the flower is now on) into the straw, being sure not to push the sponge down, but to push the pin through the sponge. Glue the base of each petal "spike" to the rose and add a drop of glue to the end of the straw to secure the rose bud to it.


13) Flip the flower over and add to a vase!!


Where to Buy

You can find these pretty little flowers in kit form, as well as completed, in my etsy shop!




I hope you enjoy this tutorial, you earned it!! A huge thank you goes out to all my followers, both new and old :)

18 comments:

Sophia said...

Gorgeous!! I love roses, but I rarely have the patience to craft them. If I do, I may give yours a try.

Thanks for sharing!

Evie @ Brown Paper Packages said...

These are beautiful...very creative!!

Deborah March said...

SOOO GORGEOUS!!!!

Patti J said...

Wow!!! This is beautiful - can't wait to give it a try! Thanks, Sarah!

Maureen said...

Thank you for this! I have tried other tutorials but they never turned out how I wanted. This is exactly what I needed!
Found this project and your lovely blog on Someday Crafts! <3 your newest follower!!

http://www.releasemecreate.blogspot.com

Sarah @ Sarahndipities said...

Beautiful!!

Handy Man, Crafty Woman said...

You did it! JUST PERFECT! Thank you for linking to Wicked Awesome Wednesday!

Rufus said...

Gorgeous!
R/

KAT said...

that is really nice love the paper rose very much
KAT

Marcia said...

Thank you so much for posting this beautiful project -- I can't wait to attempt them myself for my wedding! You are quite the creative genius!

Kathy McCreedy said...

These are really beautiful and your tutorials are extremely well done, thank you!

Monica said...

Beautiful, thanks for sharing...

xxx Monica

Dorothy said...

I love your tutorials and ideas you share with us. This is a lovely rose and I'm definitely going to try it:)

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Jassica Mody said...

it look unusual, i like it so much and i love your exclusive ideas and International craft ideas, thanks for sharing,

Jassica Mody said...

you have a lot of interesting Decor ideas and i love your pretty tastes always

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