Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Cherry Blossom Tutorial

Hello everyone! Today I would like to share a tutorial with you on how to make your own cherry blossom flowers. You can also view this over at the Kaisercraft blog as well.

I love using flowers in my projects. I use all different sizes to add interest and cherry blossoms are great to use to compliment different sized blooms.

You will need :

-          - Kaisercraft Paper Flowers Ivory F602
-           - Stamens
-          - Molding mat and stylus
-          - Ink
-          - Hole punch
-          - Scissors and glue

Select two of the smallest blooms from the pack and ink the edges.

Using a stylus, rotate it around one of the inked flowers so that it creates a cupped shape. 


Punch a hole in the centre of both flowers.
Apply some glue and align both flowers together.
Carefully insert some stamens through the centre. Apply extra glue to secure. Twist the ends of the stamens and you’re done!

Here are some examples of some of my cherry blossoms in a project.....

For the visual learner, enjoy the video tutorial below. This is an easy flower to make and I hope you’ll give it a try!

Thanks for stopping by!

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  1. Great tutorial, Cathy! I'll have to try this!

  2. Wonderful tutorial and the flower is beautiful too.

    I've looked through your blog and your work is amazing and very very beautiful.


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