Thursday, March 25, 2010

Easter Lily Tutorial

Easter Lily Tutorial

Step 1: Items Needed
Whisper white CS, 1/8" circle punch, linen thread, 5 petal flower punch, yellow ink pad, q-tip, spritzer, brown marker, and scissors.

Step 2:
Punch out two flowers and cut linen thread to 4" (per Lilly)

Step 3:
Cut one petal off each flower, and punch a 1/8" hole in the center of one

Step4:
Add yellow ink to the center of the flower with the hole punched out, spritz with brown ink to your liking, curl petals down with bone folder or scissors

Step 5:
Twist the petals around so that the edge two over lap, this will form a "cone" type shape. Attach with a single glue dot to hold together. For the flower with the hole punched, firsts fold you piece of linen thread in half and then half again. Insert the thread in the hole that was punched, and repeat the instructions above with the linen thread in the middle. See picture above and below for end results.

Step6:
Trim linen thread on top and bottom if necessary. Add two to three glue dots at the base of the flower.(on the linen thread flower only)

Step7:
Insert the linen thread flower into the empty flower, off setting the petals. press together to secure, add tombo liquid glue between the two flowers if you are worried about the separating.
Here is the finished product! Hope you enjoy!





6 comments:

Judy Garza said...

This is sheer genius! THANK YOU so much for posting the tutorial. Did you originate this? WOW!

Lisa said...

So easy and they turn out LOVELY! Thanks!

Lourdes Torres said...

Lovely flowers, terrific inspiration! Thanks for sharing!!

nancy littrell said...

Wow, gorgeous and easy lily. I think 3D flowers are just so much fun. I have several on my SCS gallery with the rolled roses and dahlias. I have done a magnolia, but not uploaded. U-Tube is full of ideas. Thanks again for sharing.

Kari said...

Wow - this is stunning! I'm going to feature your project and link to your tutorial on my blog today - thanks so much for such an awesome tutorial too!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing, beautiful.