Blossom Bouquet and Blossom Punch Flower Tutorial

Punches used for flowers in bouquet: Blossom Punch; Fancy Flower & 5-Petal Flower Punch; Boho Blossom Punch; Extra-Large Oval Punch for Leaves

I think the flowers created with the blossom punch look like carnations…sooo pretty :)

Tutorial for Blossom Punch Flower

1. Stampin’ Up Blossom Punch
2. small paint brush stick/cuticle pusher/chopstick or any other small stick you may have for curling your flower petals
3. cardstock
4. tombo mono adhesive/hot glue gun
5. Scissors

Punch 6 blossoms with your punch. You can add more or use less depending on how full you want your blossom to look. My samples that were created used 6 blossoms each.

With your scissors, cut towards the center of each petal (about half way inward). As you can tell I am using a manicure stick to curl my petals…works great for these flowers.

Wrap you petals around the stick to curl them. Continue to curl all the petals.

Take one petal and apply a drop of glue. Make as tight of a bud as you would like your flower to have.  

Wrap the petal on the opposite side around that bud you just created. Apply glue and hold in place for a few seconds.

Continue to create the bud by wrapping alternating petals on opposite sides. Apply glue to the inside of each petal as you fold each one up onto the bud.

Apply glue to the bottom of the bud that you just created, and stick it into the middle of the new blossom punch flower. The squared edges of the bud should be set in the middle of each petal. Continue constructing your bud by wrapping alternate sides up.

Put aside the bud that you have created with 3 punches. With the 3 remaining blossoms, open up the petals (until they are almost flat). You curl the petals and then flatten them out because it makes it look more life-like. Here is a comparison of one that has been manipulated and the other that was just punched out:

Take 2 blossoms and apply glue to the center of one. Off set the blossom on top, and press to adhere together. Add glue to the top blossom and off set the last blossom on top, press to adhere.

Take you completed bud and adhere on top of the 3 flattened blossoms. Make sure the squared edges settle in the middle of each petal. Apply a little pressure to adhere and allow a few minutes for the glue to dry.

Mold your blossom by opening and closing petals to achieve the look that you want.

Have fun making these gorgeous flowers. Let me know if you have any questions.

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29 Responses to Blossom Bouquet and Blossom Punch Flower Tutorial

  1. Janet says:

    These are beautiful! Great job!

  2. Beth Delong says:

    Thank you so much. I can’t wait to try it.

  3. beth says:

    These are gorgeous! Thanks so much for the tutorial.

  4. Mary Roggenkamp says:

    Thanks soooo…. much for the tutorial.

  5. Elin K. says:

    AMAZING! And thank you for the tutorial. :)

  6. Jen Scanlan says:

    Saw this on Stampin Connection.
    .Awesome! Im gonna try them. What holds the flowers in the vase…pipecleaners?

  7. Bonnie says:

    These flowers are so lovely! Thank you for doing the tutorial! I’d much rather punch than diecut. It is so much quicker. I can’t wait to try these.

  8. Marlene says:

    A great tutorial! Thanks so much for sharing!

  9. Wendie says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your talent and putting together this tutorial. It’s fabulous.

  10. Lou Ann says:

    Thank you so much for the tutorial! I finally found the time to make one and it turned out beautiful! Yours are prettier than the ones in the catalog!

  11. Leticia Machuca says:

    Thank you very, very much for sharing this!!

  12. marcia says:

    Beautiful and fun! Thank you for your inspiration and great tutorial.

  13. Theresa says:

    Thank you so much for the tutorial!! I’ve been stalking Stampin’ Connection waiting to hear, LOL. This is wonderful – clear and detailed.

  14. Doris says:

    Your bouquet is absolutely gorgeous!!!! Thank you for the tutorial!!

  15. Pat Zimmerman says:

    Just came across your blog tonight and saw these awesome flowers. So I gave them a try and they turned out fabulous. You did a great job on the tutorial. Thank you for sharing. I will be checking in often.

  16. Vivian says:

    Thanks a lot for this tutorial! I was wondering how to make those beatiful flowers….

  17. These are adorable. How did you make the crayon vase? Any special technique? I’d like to try this. Thanks for the tutorial! :)

  18. Deborah King says:

    Thank you for sharing the tutorial. I will be making these as place card holders in autumn colors for the fall wedding next year. I better get busy I have over 100 to do! Thanks, again!

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  20. Wendy says:

    Thank you SO much for sharing this tutorial, I don’t have that punch . . . YET, so I tried my Tim’s flower die and it worked like a charm. These are sooooo beautiful and realistic too!!!

  21. Di says:

    Your flowers are absolutely amazing. Thanks so much for sharing how you made them. Inky wishes. Di

  22. Alka says:

    This is so pretty and instructions are nicely presented.

  23. Carol says:

    Lovely!! — Can’t wait to make a whole bouquet!

  24. Cassandra Harris says:

    Pretty I must try this

  25. Myrna says:

    just beautiful can’t say much more than awesome lovely all that good stuff loves flowers

  26. Wendy Nickel says:

    Wow, just wow! That is so beautiful, nice job!

  27. Thank you for the tutorial as it helped me so much in making my own roses. I made my own pattern & cut out my own flowers by hand but could never get a good center bud. Now they all come out perfect. Thank you so very very much.

  28. Thank you for your tutorial. I now make a perfect rose every time!

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