My mother loves green and white. I thought I would make a hydrangea branch for her, which I know she loves very much, but because I think green and white could be a bit boring, I added a small touch of old pink.
- Type of project: Paper Flower
- Occasion: Mother’s Day
- Techniques used: Die Cutting, Coloring
- Main colour: Green and White
Below you can see how I color the paper and when it dries up.
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Then I cut it out in suitable sizes so that all the paper was used as much as possible so there was no waste, I punched out all my flowers on my electric machine and got about 800-900 small flowers out of it.
The process is long as you then have to shape the flowers and put them on stems.
I finally finished the first branch and need one more, each branch contains 200-250 small flowers and each branch I make is unique as all the small flowers are different.
Mette Janni is from Denmark. Mette has been writing for TPC since 2020. Mette started paper crafting in her childhood and she makes cards, layouts, paper flowers, 3D and quilling projects. Her paper projects are often made in Shabby Chic or a Contemporary style.