Saturday, February 25, 2012

Paper Blooms with Paperclay®

Hi Everyone, Lori here and I so excited to share a great new tutorial with you using Paperclay®.  I'm going to show you how easy it is to create these elegant flower/blooms.

First step is to gather the supplies above

Roll out a thin sheet of Paperclay® and cut out your flower petal.  This is actually a die cut used for making sugar paste flowers and you can find them in many larger craft stores.

Layer two petals and press down with ball tool.  This will make the flower cup inward.

Pinch your third petal inward and glue into the center of your flower.

Flower before coloring

Spray your flower with base coat of glimmer mist.

Take a paint brush and sprinkle wet flower with fairy dust

Spray again with glimmer mist to make the fairy dust run and blend.

Let dry and you have a beautiful finished flower to add to your projects.



pooky said...

Love it!! So pretty. Tfs!

Kay Murphy's Studio said...

Cool idea

Bethany Kartchner said...

This is a very cool project. Thanks for sharing it.

Shirley said...

This ROCKS!!! This is so amazing!!! What a great job!!! Thank you for sharing.

Barbara Moore said...

Just super Lori! That delight clay works great on paper projects, it's just so lightweight.Your project is just wonderful!

Hugs XX

Debbie Buckland said...

Those flowers are awesome