Sunday, August 18, 2013

3D Tulip Paper Flower Tutorial

Hi everyone :-)
Wanted to share how I made this 3D tulips. So fun and easy and you can make them any size you like for LO,cards or put them in a vase!
Used The colorful Bohemian Bazaar 8 x 8 paper pad from Graphic 45.

You can find this beautiful papers at  Kreativ Scrapping


Here I made a bouquet as a gift.
The jute ribbon is from May Arts

Measurements for the large tulip.
The small was made with a 2 1/2 circle

Supply list:
Bohemian Bazaar 8 x 8 paper pad, Claudine Hellmuth multi matte, Zig pen, flower tape,May arts ribbon, thick thread and wire / wood stick.

Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,

For other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.

Have fun creating :-)
Hugs, Anne


  1. You explain things so well, and I think your English has really improved. I have always been able to understand you. You're amazing. You are such a gifted artist/crafter and you explain it in a language that is not your first language. That in itself is amazing because what you create is so intricate. Bravo!

  2. These are fabulous! Thanks for sharing them with us. I have the supplies and am going to make some of these.

  3. I love tulips!!!! Never would have thought to make them out of paper. Great idea. Thanks for the wonderful tutorial. You are so wonderful to always show us how you created something with videos. Thanks Anne. I love your work and have learned alot from you this way.

  4. can't thank you enough for all the wonderful tutorials
    I so wish I had a drop of your talent - thanks again
    for sharing - a huge fan of yours

  5. Anne...I soooo enjoy your videos!! Everything is so well done and thought I watched your "tool and fussy cutting" video for the first time...OH MY! What an eye opener! I would never have thought of cutting those tiny areas coming in from the back! And I've been cutting tiny pieces for ages! LOL Thank you soooo much for the tip! Also, I REALLY appreciate the thorough going over of all your favorite tools and adhesives...I had been wondering about the brand of your liquid white glue.
    just me...sayin' your creativity leaves me gobsmacked with each and every post!...jan


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