This project consist of hand drawn flower petals, stamped flower petals, and cut out petal flowers all then stacked to make 3d flowers
By Chris Wooten of North Carolina for Paper Crafts and Cricut Explore Contest
In this step I take white card stock and stamp with Red Colorbox Ink in red using stamp by called Candy Stripe. I then cut the flowers out with scissors
In this next step I am going to stamp the center flower petals with Unity Stamp called Crazy for Daisies with Colorbox ink in red. I will then hand cut the petals out to stack later for my 3d flowers. This will be my center flower
Made by Chris Wooten of North Carolina for Paper Crafts Contest---Cricut Explore
Step 3: Stamped and hand drawn flowers
In this final step you will take all flower petals you just made and stack them with pop dots to create a 3d flower. Start with larger flowers first, ending with smaller flowers in the center. This will create a beautiful flower for any bouquet. After all flowers are assembled you can then add to your stems with hot glue or strong adhesive dots.
I have made several of these red and white bouquets with flowers that I cut with scrapbook paper in photo with my lamp in a previous set of photos. Now I showed you that if you do not have an electronic cutter that cuts flower petals for you that you can make them with a pencil, paper, rubber stamps and ink.
This set was made with just that, paper, ink,stamps and pencil. Some were hand drawn then stamped with a red stripe and the others were a stamped flower image and then cut out by hand. Whatever you do have fun at it. I hope you enjoy.
Create by Chris Wooten of North Carolina for Paper Crafting Contest---Cricut Explore Contest