Stop and Smell the Tuberoses
It’s always such a treat for me to introduce a new addition to our vast paper flower collection. Though admittedly, we’ve designed quite a lot of flowers over the years, I’m always delighted to find there’s more beauty out there to discover! These Cardstock Tuberose Flowers are so lovely and work beautifully as part of our winter craft collection.
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Due to some of the techniques used in this project, we consider this an advanced-level craft. However, we encourage you to give it a try if you’re a bit newer to some of these skills. Crafting takes bravery, but we’re here to support you! When you’re ready, gather your materials and prepare to amaze yourself!
Tuberoses, with their sweet fragrance and snow-white blossoms, perfectly capture the magic and mystery of winter. Interestingly, tuberoses were once believed to ward off evil spirits. Today, they’re mostly grown as ornamental flowers, and you may catch a whiff from time to time as their extracts are used as notes in perfume.
Though our Cardstock Tuberose Flowers may lack that signature scent, we think we nailed the look! Our design features a mix of closed buds and open blooms to achieve a more realistic look. We know the tuberose’s delicate blossoms may seem challenging, but don’t worry! With a bit of patience, we’ll help you master the art of shaping these intricate petals in our step-by-step tutorial.
Once complete, I envision these cardstock tuberose flowers adorning your holiday table or nestled in a bouquet of other bold winter flowers. Truthfully, with their delicate white blooms, the style potential for these flowers is endless. As always, we love seeing your crafting triumphs. Share your Cardstock Tuberose Flowers with us on Instagram with hashtag #MadeWithLia or in our crafters’ community.
- Kai 8″ Scissors
- Kai 5″ Detail Scissors
- Cutting Machine (recommended)
- Needle-Nose Pliers/Wire Cutters
- Needle-Nose Tweezers
- Steel Ball Shaping Tool
- Blending Brushes
- Felting Pad or Folded cloth
- Lia Griffith Cardstock — Muslin, Grasshopper, and Holiday Green
- PanPastel — Red Iron Oxide Tint 380.8 and Hansa Yellow Shade 220.3
- Floral Tape — Fern & Moss
- Aleene’s Tacky Glue or Art Glitter Glue
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