Sunday, August 31, 2014

DIY: How To Make Paper Daisy Using Vintage Music Sheets

Our tutorial for today is how to make daisy flowers using vintage music sheets.
You can use old book pages, newspapers, and magazines.
Vintage Music Sheet
Glue (any type but wood glue is recommended)
White Glue (Elmer’s or equivalent)
Scissor or Puncher
Sunflower Disk

1.      Prepare the music sheet pages. Any paper can be used like old book pages, magazines etc.

2.      Glue two pages together. I use wood parquet glue although you can use 
white glue like Elmer’s. Make sure to distribute the glue evenly.

3.      Slide your hand/thumb at the surface to iron and get rid of bubbles.

4.      Let dry for about 2 hours.

5.      Cut the petals using scissors. We use a custom made puncher because we are making big batches.

6.      Prepare the center or disk of the daisy. We use real dried sunflower disks. If you do not have these available, you can use dried globe thistle.

7.      Start assembling the petals. Dip one end of the petal in white glue and insert
 this at the bottom of the disk. Continue until you finish the first layer. 
The petals should overlap a little as shown in the photos.

8.      Complete the top layer. Set aside and leave for at least an hour so that the petals will adhere properly.


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