How to make sprig of wild roses



In order to make such a sprig of us need the following tools and materials:
1. tinted paper A4 (color can be any from cream to dark red);
2. a small piece of paper for pastel green color;
3. one white cloth;
4. The wire piece (about 50 cm);
5. The acrylic paint;
6. Glue Moment;
7. scissors;
8. Clippers;
9. line;
10. stationery knife;
11. Brush.
Step one.

On a piece of colored paper to print a template that can be downloaded here. Incidentally, the flower can be not only a form that I chose, but also any other. So choose any template you like, and print!
Step Two.



Attention! On one sheet of paper placed two patterns with flowers of different sizes, so the list should be cut in half. Halves with a smaller size of the flowers is being postponed. Perhaps it is useful to you in future your work, and we take for template mate with large flowers.
Step Three.

Bend template drafted lines. And cut flowers.
Step Four.


Not severing cut flowers, we make an incision between the petals to their seredinke.
Step Five.



Toning edge of each flower stamp pad suitable shade. This will make your flowers more beautiful and complete.
Step Six.


Gradually twirl flowers in the rose bud. To do this, take and bend the petals and gently holding the scrolls between the fingers. Then paste it flowers twisted into each other. As a result, one rose flower leaves 5-6 pieces.
Step Seven.


Cut the paper pastel green like these seven pieces – Stars without a template. Cut should be on hand, as we all know that in nature there is nothing perfectly smooth, and from the fact that zagotovochki obtained sloppy branch will look only natural.
Step Nine.


In the middle of a blank roses and flowers reason to pick out holes. To do this, you can take either a thick needle or a knife stationery (but with a knife need to work carefully, otherwise there is a risk of inaccurate motion to tear or cut the workpiece).
Step Ten.


Take the wire cutters and cut the wire into pieces of about 6-7 centimeters. Bends one end of the wire on the basis of a safety pin.
Step Eleven.




After not hooked end of the wire is placed on the first rosebud, then its base. here is a “tapas” should get. At the base of the flower drips a drop of glue, what would the rose tightly connected to its base, and tighten the flower to the curved ends of the wire. The eyelet on the wire should hide inside the bud



Here is a beautiful bouquet is supposed to be.
Step Twelve.


Now we obtain our white napkin and cut it into 1 cm wide strips. The stem of the flower and glue grease on it from the base of the flower begin to spiral wrap the strip of cloth.



Here is a ready roses, wrapped stems.
Step Thirteen..



Finished roses wound onto a twig. You should start with the smallest bud and continue on the rise. When all is wound roses, cut the end of the branch clippers, so it was not too long.



So should look ready to branch. The stem can bend slightly, giving it the shape of a wave.
Step Fourteen.




We get acrylic paints. At this stage, our main challenge is to find the right shade for the stem. This is fortunate, if you’re ready green paint of the same color as the paper for pastels, from which you have been doing flowers ground. Therefore, we take two or three colors (I have a green, yellow and red) and mix the right shade palette.

Step Fifteen.


We paint our twig.
Step Sixteen.

Once the stem is painted, we postpone our dry twig. And they themselves take two small elongated rectangle and cut them lengthwise into thin-thin strips. Attention! cut is not necessary Until the end of the rectangles! We leave about 1 cm to the edge. Paste these rectangles twig in two places, at your discretion. Gluing is best where it is convenient to do, or where it will look nice.
Step Seventeen.


Take a thin rod (rod from the pen or brush) and cheat on her strips of paper to get a little spring. All! Congratulations, twig ready !!!






By the same principle, you can make not only a sprig of roses, lilies and branch, but more about it next time).


I wish you all success and inspiration to work!



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