Today we are going to turn these Kaisercraft daisy flowers:
Into these pretty flowers which remind me of Dahlia’s that once grew in my Nan’s garden.
Materials Required: 4 x Kaisercraft daisies – I have used 2 x mid size and 2 x large size from the Poppy pack for the large Red Flower and 4 x mid size for the baby pink flowers, Wet glue, Scissors, Glitter Glue etc – for decoration purposes if you choose.
Step 1: Lay out the 4 flowers that you will be working with and place a dob of glue in each of the flower centre’s
Step 2: Flower 1 (mid size one) – roll up/squash together so that a point forms at the base. Hold together until flower doesn’t unravel when you let go of it
Trim off the pointy tip (small amount only).
Step 3: Repeat the above process for the next flower (mid Size) – You will be placing Flower 1 in the centre of the next flower and squash flower around so that another point forms. Hold together and trim off pointy end that forms.
Repeat the process once again for the 3rd flower – placing the flower cluster in the centre of one of the large flowers.
Step 4: Now lay your flower cluster on top of the fourth flower to finish off the flower bloom.
Of course you may decorate your finished flower – I have chosen to leave these ones as they are. Now all that is left is to use them.
Today I have used them on a card.
Card: ‘Best Wishes’ by Trudi Harrison. Materials Used: Hippy Girl 6” Paper Pad (PP828); Hippy Girl Patterned Paper ‘Luna’; Flowers Poppy (F610) and Baby Pink (F607); Clear Stamp ’Wishes’ (CS903); Hot Pink Ink; Foam Tape; Glue Dots. Other: Cardstock; Leaf Punch; Spellbinders scalloped circle and square