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Artist Sherie Tengbergen shows how to make a Kirigami flower.
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How to Make a Kirigami Flower
On behalf of TVLesson.com, my name is Sherie Tengbergen. I’m a professional artist with the WatercolorGourmet.com. In this clip I’m going to show you how to make a Kirigami flower and for this project we’re going to need three different colors of paper. We’re going to use orange, and blue and yellow to get our three different shapes.
So let’s start out with the orange shape which is going to be round. I made a round template. I’m going to take my scissors and I’m going to quickly cut that out. And that’s going to form the base of your flower. Now we have the blue part and to make the blue part I actually folded my paper and I cut a nice little shape out here with the triangle in the middle and around the edges off, and that forms the blue part of my flower. And the last thing is yellow and for the yellow I again folded my paper or you can lay your pattern down. You can create whatever shape you want and I use my scissors again and I cut around like this, and we’re good to go.
I’m going to open this up. I’m going to take my glue stick. I’m going to put a little bit of glue in the center, glue my blue part down, a little bit of glue in the center my yellow, and I’m going to put my yellow part down, and then if you want to, you can move this anywhere you want. You can do like this or like this. The last very end thing that I like to do is I like to take a bead or a button or even a bread and put that in the center of my flower and then you have your Kirigami paper flower.
On behalf of the TVLesson.com, this is Sherie Tengbergen and thank you for watching.