I’m Luciana, here to share with you a cute wooden blooming box.
Die cut from White Soft Finish Cardstock:
- 1 set of Garden Notes -Forget-Me-Not (Myosotis)
- 1 set of Garden Notes – Shasta Daisy (all the pieces except the stem)
- 3 sets of Garden Notes – Dogwood 2 (all the pieces except the stem)
Color all the pieces of the Garden Notes – Dogwood 2 using the following:
- pink ink for the centre of the petals, and a red marker for the external one;
- green ink for the leaf blades and the brown for pistils;
- yellow/green or yellow ink for the stamens.
Use the leaf tool and leaf pad to make the main vein on all the leaves, then the ball tool and the molding pad to shape all of them.
Use the loop tool and molding pad to shape the petals. With tweezers, add more details to the shaped petals.
To create the flower, glue together two petals in the shape of an x, then add the pistils in the center.
Color all the pieces of the Garden Notes – Shasta Daisy using:
- yellow ink for all the pieces for the stamen;
- green ink for the leaves.
Shape the corolla with the loop tool, then stack and offset the three white petal pieces (largest to the smallest).
Shape the pieces of the stamen with the smallest ball tool, and glue them in the centre of the flower.
Use the leaf tool and leaf pad to make the central vein on all the leaves, then the ball tool and the molding pad to shape them.
Color all the pieces of the Garden Notes -Forget-Me-Not using:
- blue ink for the little flowers;
- green ink for the stamen;
- yellow ink for all the stamens.
Shape them with the smallest ball tool.
Glue every stamen on the centre of the flowers, then onto the stem.
Below are the finished flowers, ready to decorate the box.
Adhere the flowers and the leaves to the top of the box. Refer to the photos below for placement.
I really hope you have enjoyed this tutorial! Thank you for stopping by.
Elizabeth Craft Designs:
Wooden box 10cm x 10cm
Distress Ink Pads in different colors