20.4.11

Heart Punch 3 D Flower Tutorial


Punchcraft Flower
This large 3 D flower is made by sticking hearts together.
3 D Flower Tutorial
How to make a 3 D flower which you can use in your cards or as a decoration.
Materials required
Hearts 16
Heart Punch- optional but if you have it , it makes your job easier!
Glue
 1. Fold the hearts in half vertically
Heart Punch Craft Ideas
2. Apply glue to the under- surface of one heart and stick it to 2 other hearts as shown
Heart Punch flower making
3.This is a 3 hearts 3 D heart which pops up and also folds flat .This can be used as such to adorn your cards and other creations for decoration.

Heart Punch Flower Petals
4.Apply glue to the undersurface of one end petal of the above and stick it to another heart.
4 hearts Heart Flower Petal
5. Now you get a "4" hearts petal

Heart Flower Petal Tutorial
6.Make 4 such petals using 16 hearts in all. Using a heart punch makes this a fast job.

Heart Punch Ideas
7. Apply glue on the tip and side edges of the petals made in 5 and 6
Heart Punch Flower Petal
8. Arrange your petals and allow the glue to dry.My favorite glue is white glue which dries transparent.
Heart Flowers

Heart Flowers Tutorial
 9.Put a bead,pearl,quilled shape at the center.I cut leaves from corrugated paper to complement the flower.Do try these flowers.

Paper Flower Making
You can use this 3 D Paper Flower as 
  • A Christmas tree decoration
  • As decoration on a gift box
  • On a Card

47 comments:

  1. wow what a nice flower. Dr sonia ur tutorial is really easy to follow.thanks for sharing.

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  2. thanks for this tutorial... just bought a heart punch so gonna try it...

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  3. all the tutorials are very nice....
    all the cards that u have made are beautiful....and thanks for the lovely comments u left on my blog...am following ur blog...

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  4. all the tutorials are very nice....
    all the cards that u have made are beautiful....and thanks for the lovely comments u left on my blog...am following ur blog...

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  5. Thank you Deepti for visiting my blog and leaving your comments. A big hug for becoming a follower. I shall follow you too

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  6. now thats talent !!its awsome can't wait to try!!

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  7. Thank you Romina. Do try them. If you dont have a punch hand cut hearts do just fine.

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  8. lovely tutorial,i am new to your blog.
    I am looking for some guest bloggers for the anniversary celebrations in my blog,would like you to take part.
    I dont see your email id here,please write me to kavi_kalalayaa@yahoo.co.in if interested.

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  9. Its an honour to be invited to be your blogversary Guest blogger. I eagerly accept.I also visited your blogs and discovered you have a craft store.I have linked your craft store to craft stores supply in India.

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  10. very pretty flower!

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  11. Thank you for sharing this tutorial and for making it so easy to follow. Beautiful flower!

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  12. Thank you Manuk. Do try making the flowers they are easy and gorgeous looking

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  13. i just loved this tute n going to use this soon in my card

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  14. Wow pretty creation n thanks for the tutorial.

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  15. How very beautiful! I love it. Thanks for sharing!

    Christie

    http://christiescardscraftsandmusings.blogspot.com

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  16. Pretty flower and the way you explain things makes it so easy to try:) Thanks!!!
    ~Madison funkycards.blogspot.com

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  17. Wow this is wonderful! Thanks for the tutorial.
    I came here from Made It Myself Monday.
    So nice to meet you.
    Linda
    http://cardsbylinda.blogspot.com

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  18. What a neat idea using the heart punch. I love it, and will definitely have to try it!--Pat N.

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  19. What a neat idea to use the heart punch. I'm definitely going to try that!--Pat N.

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  20. It has won my heart! Now i have fallen in love with this art of card making. What lovely tutorial! Thanks for sharing, Sonia :-)

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  21. Thank You dear friends for taking the time to appreciate my heart punch flower

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  22. How clever and beautiful is this! Wow, I'm impressed and inspired!

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  23. I like this tutorial. I will use it. Thank you.

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  24. Where do you get the punches in different shape from and what should i ask for in the shop

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  25. Awesome flower.. All the works and tutorials are really wonderful. Really got interested to see all your works :) Excellent.. Being a doctor how do you find time to do all these crafts ???

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  26. Hi Sonia.. I made a heart punch flower seeing your tutorial and used it in my card. Please do visit my blog and do let me know your comments. Thanks a lot for sharing. I love that flower.. Very simple and easy to make. But pretty :)

    http://merlyn-fineartgallery.blogspot.com/

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  27. this is really cute...and so adaptable for many materials...thanks

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  28. Thank you for sharing your heart flower tutorial Sonia, I will have to try this myself one day soon. Mary G x

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  29. Soo beautiful Dr Sonia.. Saw this on MIM..Loz

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  30. Oh thank you for posting this!! Gorgeous flowers and so very easy. Your card is gorgeous and the corrugated leaves are fabulous too. :)

    Thank you for another entry into our linky party at Make It Monday.
    Good luck to you,
    Hugs again,
    Lisa xx

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  31. NICE TUTORIAL.WILL TRY TO GET HEART PUNCH,SO THAT I CAN TRY.LOVE
    MEGHA
    http://www.meghanuj01.blogspot.com/

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  32. Hi Dr Sonja

    What a gorgeous heart flower and a great tutorial! I've been to you before and came to you today through MIM!

    Take care

    Tina

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  33. Wow, wonderful tute Sonia! Thx for linking it up to the Make It Monday party!

    Mary J x

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  34. I just came over from Make it Monday. Very pretty flower! Thanks for sharing your technique!

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  35. its nice flower n i love d colour..thanks for sharing..

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  36. wow...!!! very pretty flower... will excellent explanations.... here in sarawak i have seen some kids punches... very small ones... so i use to feel that i cant use it... but you made me realize that i'm wrong...!!!thanks a lot for the tutorial

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  37. very happy to find this page... the tutorials are just wonderful would really like to see some more of it... :)

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  38. very happy to find this page... wonderful tutorials for everything and is helping me in every manner

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    1. Thank you so much Vinita.Do keep dropping in!

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  39. amazing flowers..thanks for sharing

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  40. wow what a lovely flower ... :)

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  41. Wow. Just wow, i like your wow. super simple yet amazing. So many tutorial about paper rose craftyour's is the simplest and most elegant. cheers!

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  42. beautiful 3d flower craft dear... I love it..
    thanks for sharing ..pls show us how to make the butterfly..

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    1. Thank you so much Asha. The butterfly was punched with a jumbo size Jef punch which I no longer use as it is a difficult punch to use and spoilt very fast

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