Paper Flowers – The Snow Drop Flower

The last  type of paper flower I am going to tackle today  is the Snow Drop flower.  I am going to make them from felt and cardstock.  These are somewhat  easy to make  Tomorrow I will have three more flowers.  You can also see how to do rolled flowers too.

These paper flowers have several different parts in the download file.    You can attach leaves or not.  

What you will need:
Paper Selection

The paper flowers can be cut from any color or patterned cardstock.  In a future lesson I will cut flowers from patterned paper.  Your imagination is your only limit.  The coloration on the inner petals need to be a contrasting color and should be solid.


Cutting the Snow Drop Flower

This flower doesn’t work well in felt.  The petals need to be a bit more stiff.   It looks more like an iris.  If you want to cut the flower out of felt or fabric and you have a maker use the rotary wheel. 

If you don’t have a maker, it is a little harder.  I tried using fusible material and haven’t made it work yet but I’m still trying. What I did do to get the felt cut was first use the deep cut blade and then attach the felt to contact paper. I used Duck Brand contact paper.  Place the felt on your mat with the contact paper down and cut on the felt fused setting.  Tape the whole piece down to the mat with painters tape.  The cricut cuts the design twice.  It cuts it well if it isn’t to intricate of a cut.

The parts of the paper flowers can be cut on one mat.

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Watch my video for cutting Multiple colors on one mat

Assembling the Snow Drop Flower

The little half circles on the flowers are the glue points.  Start by gluing them to the back of the rest of the flower making the flower curve inward.  This is truly a 3D flower.

I tried several types of glue.  Liquid glue works fine but you have to hold the flower together until the glue dries enough to hold.  Tape runner glue failed miserably.  You can sew the felt flower together, but glue gun is the only way to glue the felt.  Glue gun works on the paper too, but of course, you generate “strings”

Glue the little curved decorations on the center piece before you start folding it.  Then bend the pieces perpendicular to the center circle while  you get them put together.

Finally, hold the two pieces of the flower together with liquid glue   You can also attach leaves if you like.

I have made a page with all the links to the paper flower tutorials of Flower Week.  The tutorials for the other paper flowers and felt flowers can be found here.

Here is a picture of the wreath I made from all the paper flowers from Flower Week.

Flower wreath made from all the flowers made this week.

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