Saturday, March 5, 2011

Pipe Cleaner Flower Tutorial

Pipe Cleaner Flower

I found these cute Pipe Cleaner Flowers either on a blog or in a magazine. Unfortunately, I can't remember where. I thought that they were really cute & they go together pretty quickly. They look great on cards, layouts or even a 3D project.

Here's how you can make your own Pipe Cleaner Flowers.

Supplies:
Pipe Cleaner
Wire snips / scissors
Scor Pal Tape
1 ½ ” Fiskars Squeeze Circle punch
Brad

Using the wire snips or strong scissors, cut your pipe cleaner into 2” sections. Take each section & twist into a “U” shape. Punch out a circle using your 1 1/2" circle punch. Add scor pal tape or strong adhesive tape to the back of the circle. Stick each 2 inch section of the pipe cleaner to the adhesive side of the circle. Once you have all 5 sections attached, you can shape them to your preference. Attach a brad in the center of your flower. Trim excess circle so that it doesn’t show through.

Here’s my flower on a “Accordion File” that I made for myself to keep my extra stamped Magnolia images in.
I hope that you've enjoyed this tutorial and are on your way to making your own pipe cleaner flowers.

Thanks for stopping by & have a great day!

2 comments:

WAM Family said...

This is really cool!!! The card is also great as well. Thanks for the tutorial.

Also thank you for your comment on my blog, it is greatly appreciated.

Kathryn

Marlene said...

What a fun way to make a flower! Thanks for sharing....and thanks for visiting my blog, too!