Thursday, 27 December 2007

PAPER ROSES

Here's and step by a step on how to make "Paper Roses" like the ones on my previous layout. You need stripes of paper any width - it also depends on how big or small you want your rose.
You can use quilling papers to make them too - I usually cut my own strips of paper from A4 size (usually 0.4cm or 0.3 mm wide and 20 cm long).


Este es un paso a paso de como hacer las "Rosas de Papel" como las de mi página de scrapbook anterior. Necesitas tiras de papel de cualquier ancho (tambien depende de
cuan grande o pequeña quieras hacer tu rosa). Puedes usar los paleles de filigrama para hacerlas también. Usualmente corot mis propias tiras de papel de hojas A4 (mayormente miden 0.4cm ó 3cm de ancho y 20 cm de largo)


Once you got the paper stripe start by making a little stick that will be the center of the flower as you can see in picture 1.


Una vez que tienes tu tira comienza por hacer un palito/tubito que serra el centro de la flor asi como prodras apreciar en la picture 1.

Picture 2



Then fold the paper as you can see in picture 2 and keep on folding and the paper around the stick trying to make a triangle as you can see on pictures 4, 5, 6 and 7.


Luego dobla el papel como prodras ver en picture 2 y sigue doblando el papel en torno al palito del centro tratando de hacer un triangulo como prodras ver en picture 4, 5, 6 y 7.


Picture 3


Picture 4


Picture 5


Picture 6


Picture 7


Picture 8


Once you've finished use some tacky glue to stick the end.


Una vez que has terminado utiliza cola/goma para pegar el extremo.


Picture 9


Picture 9 is the finish rose and the other picture is a side view of the rose. To get a different look on the rose do all the same process but at the end let it unravel a little and then stick the end.


En picture 9 podras apreciar la rosa terminada y la otra foto es de la vista de la rosa desde un costado. Para obtener un look distinto en esta rosa deja que se desenvuelva un poco y no este tan ajustada antes de pegar el extremo.

Side view

7 comments:

My Paper World said...

Your roses are beautiful! thanks for the instructions, I am going to give that a try!

Lauren said...

Thank you for the tutorial. They are so neat!

All Pink girl said...

Wow amazing roses thanks for sharing and giving us a great tutorial,Dawnx

ULLA said...

Jissus, your roses is beautiful !!!Thanks for the instructions, I must test it samtime. Have you don the flowers on "head" in your blogg too???

Terrie B x said...

Thankyou for that Anna,Hope you had a lovely Christmas x:)

Rein said...

Wonderful, thanks for sharing!

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