Aren’t they gorgeous? I was working on these flower clusters for a couple of days. I wanted to make something beautiful that you can put on a greeting card, scrapbook layout or just on top of a gift box. These flower clusters seem like it will take you ages to assemble them. But! You’ll be surprised how easy and fun it is to put everything together.
What I love about electronic cutting machines is that you can easily resize cutting files.
I have a couple of tools to work with paper flowers. And if you don’t just look around your home and I’m sure you’ll find some improvised tools such as wooden skewer sticks or toothpicks to make those lines on the petals.
Shadowing with chalks is also optional and is totally up to you. I like using them on flowers and leaves to add more dimension.
This cheat sheet will help you to understand the layer sequence in every cluster.