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Creating Paper Hibiscus Flowers

What you'll learn

Hibiscus flowers bloom beautifully during summer, but why not create one or a bunch of stalks and decorate your home with it? Paper florist Deaney from Deaney Weaney Blooms will teach you how to make a stalk of large hibiscus using paper, wire, and other everyday objects. In this class, Deaney will discuss how to upload the SVG files to Cricut's Design Space, discuss paper-crafting techniques, and even show you how to arrange the Hibiscus stems in a vase and on a wall. A cutting machine like Cricut and Cameo Silhouette machines is required to cut the templates for this project. Templates and other class materials are included and can be found on the second lesson of the class.

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Listed on Jul 01, 2021 - ID 14054016
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This class has 9 sessions (51m)

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Meet paper florist Deaney Bautista of Deaney Weaney Blooms! Deane will teach you how to create Large hibsicus stems using paper, wire and other crafting tools and materials

Tools and Materials

Find out what materials and tools you need to make the paper hibiscus stems

Cut the SVG files using a cutting machine (Cricut)

Learn how to upload the SVG files provided in this class using a Cricut and a Cameo Silhouette

Prepare the petals

Let's now start making the flower. It's time to prepare the petals. Learn techniques to add texture and volume to the paper that will be the hibiscus' petals.

Make the pistil

Learn how to make the signature pistil of a Hibiscus from wires and beads.

Assemble the Hibiscus stem

We're getting there. It's time to assemble the petals and the stem.

Add the leaves

And the finishing touch? Let's now add greeneries to our Hibiscus stem.

Arrange the stems in a vase

Next, Deaney will show how you can arrange the flowers in a vase or container with the aide of an everyday object

Display the stems in a wall

In this short segment, Deaney will show how you can display the stems in a wall and use them as a wall decor

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Deane Bautista

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Deaney is the founder and designer of Deaney Weaney Blooms, a paper flower studio based in the US that offers paper flower décor and blooms and online and in-person paper flower workshops.

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Creating Paper Hibiscus Flowers