From corrugated paper, very believable and bright copies of colors are obtained, and of any kind. The variety of options is so great that sometimes it can be difficult to make your choice.
They are most often performed on the basis of a wire frame using teip tape, thread, or the same paper, and scissors and glue are also required, which will allow all the details to be connected into a bud and attached to the stem. This lesson shows a master class on modeling bright asters from corrugated paper. These are quite familiar flowers to us, they are not exotic, but they look fresh and elegant. Such a bouquet can be put in a vase and poured with fragrant water, attached to a gift, or simply made for the soul to practice working with such a wonderful material as crepe paper.
What you need to prepare for modeling flowers:
-lilac (pink, yellow, red, or any other color) corrugated paper for buds;
-green corrugated paper for stems and leaves;
-thin, but rigid wire – the frame of the stems;
-scissors with a ruler;
-thread – preferably the color of the selected paper for the buds;
How to make paper asters with your own hands
1. Prepare materials for work. In nature, there are absolutely different color buds of this plant variety, so you can choose the color that you like. Scissors must be well-sharpened so that they can easily cut a sheet of corrugated paper. And the frame of the stem, made of wire, must be rigid, not bent.
2. Start by creating aster heads. Cut bright paper into long tracks, the width of which is approximately 6 cm. The length can be arbitrary, the longer the prepared strips are, the more magnificent the flowers will turn out.
3. Make as many long stripes of the same width as you want to make flowers.
4. Fold each piece with an accordion. You should get the flat tubes shown in the photo. Cut one side with scissors in a zigzag pattern.
5. Now cut the fringe with scissors. Do this from the side you already cut the tubes from in the previous step.
6. Next, unwind the resulting long fringe, take a hard piece of wire, and wind it around it, while pressing down with your fingers so that the structure does not fall apart. At the place of winding, squeeze with a piece of thread, and tie it into a knot. Fluff the opposite side to make an aster flower.
7. Make all the flowers in the same way. Tie each head to the stem with thread.
8. Cut several thin but long green corrugated paper tracks.
9. Wrap the green strip around the stem, dripping with glue. Start with the aster’s head to hide the tied tip and thread. Then move on, crushing the soft paper with your fingers. At the very end – at the base of the stem, glue the paper again and press down.
10. Cut some green leaves that look like an aster plant. Fold the green corrugated sheet a few times, then cut the entire stack at once in the form of a leaf to get the job done quickly and to get the same parts.
11. Glue the leaves to the stems – several pieces to one. The flowers are ready.
The result was a do-it-yourself bouquet of asters made of corrugated paper.
The author of the tutorial is Natali_ya30, especially for HOBBYMO.