Saturday, March 29, 2014

Beautiful Handmade Flowers

This week I'm going to share my handmade flowers. I just want to show how amazingly gorgeous they are we'll see if  you guys will agree with me (ha-ha).I made some of this over the year and I'm still making more in addition to beautify my home.
This flower called "LILY" I already showed one of this on my latest post in my recycled vase to show how pretty the vase with the flowers in it. But this time just the flower itself in different colors.
PINK
These pink ones are nice to decorate on different occasions as a center piece, especially to those who love pink this is perfect for you.
I combined the mint green and the yellow paper to make a yellow green leaves on this one above.
Pink in darker shade of green leaves
These flowers looks real in a distance, you can't even tell that it's made of paper. Just don't expose them to direct sunlight and water so that it won't ruin the whole thing.
Blue and white combination 
I figure out that when you put white on the top layer of the blue it will create a white spots, so as the leaves just put green on top of the yellow for green spots, it did a very nice effects when you know how to combine the colors, But it took awhile though to test for color combination but once you got it,it's beautiful and I love it. 
The colors below, I just want to try it in different shades to see what they looks like but I haven't put leaves on this ones except the one above the light blue one, because I'm still thinking what color shade to make as a leaves.
You can make leaves in different colors you know, not just green only. Here in the u.s. in the "FALL" season you can see various kind of leaf color, from green turned into yellow, orange, red  and brown before it fell to the ground. That's what I love about "FALL" also to see the beautiful trees with different color of leaves. It's gorgeous! 
Orange and Green
It took me about two days to finish just one flower because of polishing and assembling it. For the polish it took longer to dry out and you have to apply them couple times for the best result and to assemble it you have to be patient for aligning and tying up. It also need a lot of strength in tying it up because you want it to be tight enough, because it won't be look good if it's wobbly.  
Here I put them together in one big vase and use it as a center piece on my table at home, You can place them on the end tables, on top of the shelves, in the kitchen, and by the piano. You can even put it in the bedroom or anywhere in the house and even on the wall, just make sure they look good and blend in where ever you want to use it as a decoration.
 
To all my readers and followers thank you for stopping by, come and visit again next time for more exciting handcrafts ideas.
 
GOD BLESS YOU ALL! 
 
 


22 comments:

  1. Beautiful indeed! Its perfect flower for parties outside or even on table So pretty!:)

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  2. Pretty. I hope I can make one like that of my own.

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  3. so beautiful flowers! Fits perfectly with your beautiful vase!

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  4. How beautiful! They really look real! I think they're even better because they don't wilt. :D

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  5. They're so pretty! Have you made a tutorial on this yet sis?

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  6. This is a pretty cool project that I am thinking of creating a few over the weekend!

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  7. I love this! are you scrapbooking too??

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  8. I agree with you! They look very real, even in pictures. These will certainly make a spot lively and make people smile!

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  9. These are great! They're beautiful. And they won't even wilt!

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  10. You're really creative, sis. They look so beautifu! :-)

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  11. you made this? you are good at it! keep it up! :)

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  12. These are perfect for your Recycled Vase.

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  13. Beautiful as always! keep it up Dai:)
    Melgie#2

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  14. The first time I learned how to make flowers was from my Thai classmate in Med school who used to borrow my notes...and she taught me crafts in return!

    Your flowers are soooo beautiful... and I like the fuschia ones best because they look real!

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  15. You do have a crafty hands sis. Parang di sya madaling gawin but they are so lovely :)

    Mommy Maye
    www.momaye.com

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  16. Wow, so nice! I hope you decide to post a tutorial next time. I'd love to learn how to make these :)

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  17. Really pretty paper flowers that you made. The red one looks so realistic.

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  18. So pretty! Hope you can do a tutorial :)

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  19. They are pretty! Can you post a tutorial? :-)

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