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Roses You Say

August 15, 2010

Hi Everyone!!

Camilla and Trudi back today to talk about roses.  We adore roses and we love making them.  It would also appear that you all love making roses just as much as we do.  The creative process used is not ‘new’ and some of you may be familiar already with this particular  process when making the paper rose variety.  For those who are not, we will share the process we have used. 

The following roses have been made using a 6 petal flower punch.  The size of the rose will depend on the size of punched diecut that is used.   A larger punch will produce a much larger flower than a smaller punch

As you have previously seen, they make up beautifully in the Kaisercraft Lush and Secret Bird Society patterned papers

Camilla’s roses using Secret Bird Society Patterned Papers

Trudi’s roses using Lush Patterned Paper

Materials Required

Patterned Paper or Cardstock – Today we are using the Hippy Girl 6″ Paper Pad

Scissors

Glue

Skewer

6 petal flower punch – We have used a 2” one for the larger rose and 1” for a smaller rose.  Trudi sometimes also uses a 2 1/8” Floriano flower punch for the larger rose as a base petal, but this is not necessary.  Another 6 petal flower punched out for the base is also suffice

In addition: ink, glitter glue

STEP 1

Punch out 3 flowers

STEP 2

Fold  the flowers 3 times so that you have 3 intersecting lines as shown below – Note: Showing reverse side so that fold lines stand out

STEP 3

Flower 1:  Cut along one line till you reach the middle

Flower 2: Cut out one flower petal

Flower 3: Cut out 2 flower petals as one whole piece ( resembles a heart shape)

STEP 4

Glue each of the flowers so that they now resemble ‘cone’ shapes

STEP 5

Using a skewer or similar, roll over the edges of each petal

STEP 6

Snip of the pointy end of each flower

STEP 7

We are now going to start layering the flower – working from largest to smallest

Place a dob of glue in the middle of the largest cone shape petal and sit the next largest petal over the top

Place another dob of glue in the centre and place the smallest cone shape petal on top

STEP 8

Creating the centre of the rose

Roll the ‘heart shaped’ piece and glue at the bottom to secure

Snip the end, place some glue on bottom and sit this in the middle of your previously layered flower

Roll the single petal which remains, glue and snip the pointy end

Place some more glue on the bottom and sit in the middle

With your skewer ‘flair’ out slightly until you are happy with the result

STEP 9

Punch out another flower shape, place a dob of glue on the centre and sit your rose on top.  For something extra – Punch out a different shape flower.  This time we are using a Floriano shape

Roll the petal edges

And slightly bend petals so that they sit upwards

Place a dob of glue in the centre and sit your previously constructed flower on top

Allow to dry and decorate with glitter glue if you choose.

Congratulations your rose is now blooming!!

Other things to try

Distressing/roughing up the edges of your punched die cuts before the assembling process for a more vintage look

Inking the edges

Emboss punched die cuts using Cuttlebug Embossing Folders or similar for a different look

Stamp images on punched die cuts before the assembling process

TO MAKE A SPIRAL ROSE

As seen previously on Trudi’s Funky Wreath

Materials Required

6 Petal Punch – 3″ for larger rose and 2″ for smaller rose

Scissors

Glue

Skewer

Additional: Ink, glitter glue

STEP 1

Punch out a shape

STEP 2

With a pair of scissors follow the curves of the flower shape and cut around till you reach the middle of the flower; finishing off with a small circle effect

STEP 3

Starting from the outside and working in, wrap the edge around a skew (or similar)

A tighter coil will produce a smaller, tighter rose, a looser coil will produce a larger spread out rose.

Once you have come to the end, allow to unravel slightly.

Place some glue on the end circle and sit the flower coil on top.

Use the skewer to flair out some of the petals

When the glue has dried, roll over some of the petal tips with the skewer

Congratulations – your rose is now blooming!!

Finish off with some glitter glue if you choose

Have fun creating your own ‘blooming lovely’ roses

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23 Comments

  • Reply Robin Hanning August 15, 2010 at 1:46 pm

    Ohhhhh, can’t wait to make some! Thank you!

  • Reply Kerryn August 15, 2010 at 3:16 pm

    Fab instructions girls!!

  • Reply LesleyC August 15, 2010 at 4:15 pm

    Fantastic turorial girls

  • Reply Sylvia August 15, 2010 at 4:41 pm

    Thank you, thank you Trudi! I cannot wait to have a go later today!

  • Reply Jane August 16, 2010 at 2:36 am

    Love them – been making them non-stop for the past 4 weeks or so

  • Reply Jocabed August 16, 2010 at 9:54 am

    Do you use how melt glue or just craft glue?
    Many thanks for these ideas keep them rolling

  • Reply Tanya August 16, 2010 at 10:05 am

    You read my mind! This is exactly what i was after to finish off a card! Thank you :)

  • Reply Rachael.F August 16, 2010 at 10:43 am

    FAB! ladies, another Gr8 idea for flowers. We all love flowers.
    Thanx

  • Reply Teresa Jaye August 16, 2010 at 11:21 am

    Awesome and easy! Thanks for the wonderful tutorial!

  • Reply Facebook User August 16, 2010 at 1:35 pm

    Great work ladies!

  • Reply rosie August 16, 2010 at 2:23 pm

    wow will have to have a go at these got to get the punches first though

  • Reply Tracie August 16, 2010 at 4:44 pm

    Great tutorials girls.

  • Reply Nina August 17, 2010 at 6:15 am

    Super details!!

  • Reply Rozina Johnsen August 17, 2010 at 6:40 am

    Thank You… for sharing your great idea…in just a great details …
    will use it my next project….!!!

  • Reply Sylvia August 17, 2010 at 4:10 pm

    I have now had a play with these, they are easy to make and beautiful! Thank you both!

  • Reply Rebecca August 17, 2010 at 10:23 pm

    Love them. Have wanted roses on my pages and this tutorial is perfect.

  • Reply Shelly September 7, 2010 at 5:08 am

    Wow! These roses are beautiful! They seem very easy too! I can’t wait to try these! TFS!

  • Reply julie andrews September 8, 2010 at 9:43 am

    thank you,yep tried it and it works thanks heap-they look so professional as well.Thank you for adding to my skills and all free.

  • Reply Mary September 20, 2010 at 9:56 pm

    Wow how did i miss seeing this rose when i saw the others cant wait to try them

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  • Reply EGOP April 13, 2011 at 1:17 pm

    GRACIAS, POR FIN VOY A HACER ROSAS EN PAPEL>!!

  • Reply Carole October 14, 2011 at 2:55 pm

    Thanks for the great tuturial. I cant wait to get my hands on a 6 petal punch to have a try

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