Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: 3d paper flowers, how to make storage, leaves, nature, pencil holder, pretty, recycled tin cans, storage solutions, up cycled art
Here I have used tin cans, pasted paper around them, painted them with some cute colours and added a 3D paper flower and leaves around for decoration.
Next time I am going to line the insides, too. Can’t wait to make more.
Filed under: Artwork for Sale | Tags: 3d paper flowers, callys creations, Christmas crafting, Christmas in july, creative, flowers, mixed media art, paper crafts, purple glitter, red glitter, snowflakes, star
That’s right! I have started my Christmas crafting early. I usually forget to start my Christmas handmade pieces and before I know it, it’s late November and I’ve missed my chance. This year I have started really early to get some Christmas products in my Etsy shop.
I have been making…..
These are just a couple of items I have made – there will be plenty more to come in the next few months 🙂
Filed under: Art Progress, Artwork for Sale, Other Art Posts | Tags: 3d paper flowers, callys creations, handmade, local business, original handmade, shop in the square, whimsical artwork, wolverhampton
Hi all! I have been really busy the last couple of days making products to go in a new shop opening in Wolverhampton called The Shop in the Square. It is a new shop opening on Saturday 22nd of June selling handmade items from local start up businesses.
I feel really lucky to have the opportunity to have some of my creations in this shop amongst many other wonderful artists and crafters. I will be selling mini canvases, paper flower cards, paper flower magnets and gift tags. Here are a couple of my items going on sale Saturday:
These items will also be available to buy in my etsy shop soon so watch this space! 🙂
Filed under: Art Progress | Tags: 3d paper flowers, Art progress, arts and crafts, Artwork, card, greetings card toppers, ideas, mothers day, paper, paper crafts, Shakespeare's Macbeth, split pins
Last night I made all of these Paper Flowers… I must admit they are addictive to make and I will be using this technique on many creations in the future!
To make these 3D paper flowers I cut various sized circles out of different cards and papers and scrunch them up so they look ruffled. The paper I have used musical note paper, textured paper, colourful card and pages from Shakespeare’s Macbeth, but you could use any paper/card you wish!
After scrunching them up, I place all the ruffled circles together, and make a hole in the middle either with a crafting knife or a pair of scissors. I then use split pins (which you can buy at any stationary shop) to push through the middle and hold them together!
Simple but effective way of making beautiful flowers for your creations. I will be using these on many things such as canvas paintings, cards and making them into magnets!