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Rainbow Paper Flowers

by Amy Bowerman

Once again I was inspired by the trigger photo at Moxie Fab for this paper flower arrangement and of course all the fabulous cards and creations created by other Moxie Fabbers.


Rainbow Bright

Rainbow Bright


I was also inspired by this photo found on Pinterest: Carved Crayons- Pete Goldlust (this was my first pin and I’ve been hooked ever since)


carved crayons

Carved Crayons- Pete Goldlust


Aren’t these crayons just AMAZING!!!  I <3 Pinterest!!…and Rainbows of course!!  I’ve been dying to make some rainbow paper flowers and I needed a teacher gift so the two kind of went hand in hand.


paper flowers

Rainbow Paper Flowers


I chose this container because the teacher who will be receiving these paper flowers is a HUGE Pac Man fan…HUGE!  I thought it kind of resembled the dot gobbling yellow guy.  I had wanted to use some gamer inspired patterned paper but couldn’t find any at the craft store.  With out any time to order online I had to improvise.  I found some specialty card stock from Me & My Big Ideas (Airmail) which had a nice retro 80’s feel to it and all the colors I was looking for.  I wanted this arrangement to be bold and graphic much like the 8-bit icons of the early gaming era.  I left some holes in the arrangement so I can add some Pac-man inspired wire sculptures later so stay tuned for that.


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Rainbow paper flowers detail


A birds eye view of all sorts of color!  Oh what cheerful, colorful, fun!


paper flowers

More colors…


Red flowers, orange flowers, yellow flowers….

paper flowers

Green flowers….

paper flowers

Jewel tone blues

Blue flowers…oh and Turquoise of course!

paper flowers

Purple Flowers!!

And last but not least Purple flowers, Pink Flowers and black and white flowers to tie it all together.  This is the first paper flower arrangement that I have used color blocking.  I was nervous about it at first, but as usual happy with the end result!  Gotta live on the edge right?  Thanks for coming by…have a colorful day!

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2 Jane Tipton June 23, 2011 at 8:24 pm

Like the journal you made your friend, but LOVED the flowers. What die did you use to make these?


3 pluc3082 June 25, 2011 at 1:03 pm

Hi Jane..the die I used is ‘Kilgor Daisies’ from Sizzix.


4 Cindy June 23, 2011 at 7:56 pm

Do you have a place where I can get instructions on the flowers?? I ABSOLUTELY LOVE the smily face cup of flowers – how cheery and bright that would be in my office!!!! Great job and thanks for sharing it!!


5 pluc3082 June 25, 2011 at 1:13 pm

Hi Cindy…i pretty much have taught myself how to make these flowers through a LOT of trial and error. I started making them a year ago with a simple hand punch and so many people wanted them I had to buy a die cutting machine. From there they just kind of evolved I definitely want to start working on a tutorial…just not so sure when it will be done. I need one myself because I forget how I made certain flowers and have to keep a bunch of arrangements around as a reference..lol. I’ll keep you posted.


6 Cath June 20, 2011 at 12:40 pm

Hey Amy! Thanks for linking this up to this week’s Tuesday Trigger in the Moxie Fab World! I’m so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)


7 Alison June 20, 2011 at 10:52 am

They’re stunning Amy!


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