Sculpted Paper Flower: An Art Lesson

It is amazing! She has angel hands ♡

Holly Herick: Creative Adventures

Sculpted Paper Flower:

An Art Lesson

I’m not gonna lie. I am not the first person to create a sculpted paper flower, but here is my first experience with the creative experience.

I drew rough petals on 9″ x 12″ watercolor paper—consecutively larger.

Watercolor sculpture flower © Holly Herick Watercolor sculpture flower © Holly Herick

Then, I cut out petals and stacked them from large to small.

DSCN8898 Watercolor sculpture flower © Holly Herick

I cut the center base of each petal, overlapped and glued with archival glue.

DSCN8901 Watercolor sculpture flower © Holly Herick

After overlapping the tabs and gluing together, the petals started to take shape.

DSCN8902 Watercolor sculpture flower © Holly Herick

I started to glue the petals together.

DSCN8906 Watercolor sculpture flower © Holly Herick

The flower started to take form—upside down view.

DSCN8910 Watercolor sculpture flower © Holly Herick

The flower started to grow.

DSCN8915 Watercolor sculpture flower © Holly Herick

And grow…

DSCN8916 Watercolor sculpture flower ©…

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