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Painting the paper3:05
Making the tulip center7:11
Wiring the petals3:54
Cutting the petals2:02
Assembling the tulip3:05
Leaves and finishing touches5:42
About This Class
In this class, you will learn basic paper flower techniques using doublette crepe paper, alcohol inks, floral wire and floral tape. You will learn how to paint doublette crepe paper, and how to wire, cut and attach the petals to create a paper tulip.
As a class project, you will apply these techniques to your own tulip design.
This class is for beginners, no experience required, but can also be useful for paper flower enthusiasts. Your feedback is welcomed. Feel free to share any tips and ideas in your class project and comment section.
By enrolling in this class, you will have access to the following resources:
- Tutorial with pictures to complement the video lessons
- Tulip template for the petals and leaves
- Materials' list and where to buy them
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I loved Lucia's class and her way of teaching the technique to make paper flowers. Although I already have experience, making paper flowers, it is always possible to learn new ways of doing what we know, and learn from other talented artists. Her way of teaching through videos is didactic and easy to follow. I loved it! Me ha encantado la clase de Lucía y su forma de enseñar la técnica que utiliza para realizar sus flores de papel. Aunque tengo experiencia en hacerlas, siempre es posible aprender nuevas formas de realizar lo que ya sabes y aprender de otras artesanas talentosas. Su forma de enseñar a través del video es muy didáctica y fácil de seguir y lo más importante uno se conecta con el hilo del tutorial y quieres seguir viéndolo. Me ha encantado!
I love to create and design, for make others happy
I'm a Paper Flower artist living in Boston, Massachusetts. I love all types of color palettes and can never settle on a favorite color. I started making paper flowers while researching real flowers for my wedding and was blown away by all the creative possibilities. At that point, the two flowers I could identify were daisies and tulips (and probably roses?), that's it, no botanical knowledge at all! But I was attracted to the colors and abstract shapes in flowers and my floral skills have been growing since.
Before becoming a paper florist, I got an Art degree at the Art Institute of Boston where I focused on Illustration and Printmaking. And before that.. I got a degree at the University of Chicago, where I focused on Economics and Statistics (what!). But my heart was always in all things Art, so I was lucky I eventually got to pursue my passion!
For other amazing paper flower artists, check out the D*S list of 26 Paper Flower Artists to follow on Instagram. (I'm #12!! :))