15.4.11

Easy Heart Punch Rose Flower Tutorial


Punch craft Paper Flowers
I first saw the idea of the heart punch flower on Anitha's Blog she is a very talented lady. Do check out her tutorial.This is my variation and differs in that I work from the inside out and use the normal white glue.You can make this easy roses with just 5 Hearts or go all out and use a lot of hearts for a more fluffier flower.

Punch craft Paper Flowers
Materials Required
Heart Punch
Paper
Quilling tool- makes making this flower a real quickie
White Glue
Punch craft Paper Flowers Tutorial
First I made the central part by rolling a heart loosely and gluing it at the tip.

Heart Punch Flower Center
Make petals by rolling out the top parts of each heart.Using a quilling tool makes this very fast.
Heart Punch Flower Petals
Roll at least 4  hearts to make petals.Apply glue at the lower edges and position around the central part . White glue makes positioning of the petals easy.
Heart Punch Flower
The Small rose needs only 5 hearts.
Heart Flower
Here is the 5hearts punch craft flower on the chimney of my House shaped Box project
Heart Punch craft Rose
For a large fluffier rose keep adding more heart petals.Here is the link to the Flower Pot Pop up card tutorial inside this punch craft card.
Punch Craft Flowers and Butterfly
Here is a card made using both the 5 heart flower and the many hearts flower. Here is the tutorial to make this card:Flower pot card Tutorial
Flower Pot Punchcraft Card
Close up showing the punchcraft flowers
Punchcraft Flowers
Spiral Pop up Heart Shaped Card Made with the Heart punch Rose flower
Punch craft Flowers
Here is the closeup of the heart Punch flower used on this card.
Punch Craft Rose
Here are links to other types of flowers you can make using a Heart shape


Here are links to Paper flowers using the Balloon shape/ punch

Here are links to Paper flowers using the Circle shape/ punch

26 comments:

  1. this is fantastic,have seen various tutorials for making roses with heart punch and urs is very good.love the way the pink rose has turned out.

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  2. lovely tutorial.. will surely try this out

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  3. Thank you Bhavana. Would love to see your creations

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  4. Oh! these roses are beautiful!!
    Thank you so much for sharing and for taking the time to do the tutorial. That was bery helpful.
    The pink rose is my favorite! I know they each turn out a little different, but I think it is the color that just "pops"!
    Thank you for sharing your link!
    Hugs,
    Mary

    P.S Thank you for stopping by my blog this morning and leaving such kind words!

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  5. Wow, this is a great tutorial! I will definitely have to try this out. Thanks for sharing =0)
    Diana
    daisylovecreations.blogspot.com

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  6. How beautiful, thank you for the great tutorial. Found you through MIMM linky :)

    -rwk
    rwkrafts.blogspot.com

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  7. Thanks for the tutorial. Flowers came out great.
    http://lorisartsyobsession.blogspot.com/

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  8. great job. must buy punch in try. hehe

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  9. never seen a rose tutorial with heart punches, the end result is cute
    :)

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  10. These are so pretty! You did a great job. Stopping over from the link party at You Had Me @ Craft. :)

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  11. Love these roses. They are so pretty. I can't wait to make one myself! Thanks for posting the turorial.

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  12. Beautiful paper roses. Great tutorial {as always...:O)}!
    Now I just need to find my heart punch...oh where oh where could it be?
    :O)
    Jessica

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  13. This is a great tutorial. Your photos are so clear and easy to follow. TFS

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  14. Wow, these are all gorgeous! Thanks for sharing how you made them too. So glad I saw your card on MIM! ~Diane

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  15. wow good to see your card on MIM!

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  16. This is great. TFS I saw it on MIM.
    xx Jan

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  17. Beautiful cards and a great tutorial, the roses look fabulous and the tutorial is easy to follow, I saw your entry over at MIM, good luck in the challenge, Sonia.
    Sandy

    You can view my card here

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  18. Oh my goodness, Sonia....do you ever sleep? LOL! I am amazed every time I come to your blog. You are so far out of the box on your projects, it's unbelievable! What a joy to visit the creativity of your mind. :) These are truly beautiful works of art. Thank you for the wonderful tutorials and as always, thank you for joining us at Make It Monday!
    Hugs,
    Lisa xx

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  19. These are simply lovely... thank you for sharing the tutorial on MIM..

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  20. Hi

    Wow, your flowers are so pretty!

    Another fabulous, easy to follow tutorial too.

    Thank you so much for sharing with us at Make It Monday this week.

    Michelle :o)

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  21. Hi

    Your roses are just gorgeous - thanks for the tutorial - lovely clear photos.

    Take care

    Tina

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  22. great flowers, love your quilling too. saw it on MIM xx

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  23. Had to come back and see how you made the beautiful flowers that you put in your awesome wishing well:)(I hope these are the right ones lol). To be so beautiful, they look fairly simple to make. I figured it would be harder. I am going to try making some! Thanks for the great tutorial.
    (:(:Smiles:):)

    Robin

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  24. Hi,

    Came to your site for the first time and the crafts are great. Though they seem tough, i will surely try them. Tell me from where can i find the Heart Punch?

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    1. Parul if you dont get a heart punch hand cut the hearts. Online shops sell punches but they can be bought from craft material supply shops in the bigger cities in India. Browse through this link :http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.in/2011/04/craft-supply-stores-in-india.html

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