DIY 3D Amazing Paper Snowdrop in a Vase

The first flowers in spring that please us are snowdrops. And in this lesson, you will learn how to make a 3D paper snowdrop in a vase.

Materials and tools:

  • cardboard of blue color;
  • white and green paper;
  • scissors;
  • glue stick.
Materials for Paper Snowdrop
Materials for Paper Snowdrop
Snowdrop Paper Flower

3D Paper snowdrop in a vase in 15 steps

Total Time: 30 minutes

  1. Take the paper

    Prepare quarters of sheets of green and white paper to create snowdrops.

  2. Use scissors
    White Sheet of Paper

    Cut the white sheet of paper in half with scissors.

  3. Cut the paper into small pieces
    White Stripe

    Cut the halves into thin strips. They will become pieces for the petals of snowdrops.

  4. Make a petal
    Paper Loops

    Glue these strips together as loops. Apply glue only to the edge of the strip.

  5. Glue the petals together
    Three Loops Together

    Form a snowdrop flower from three such blanks. To do this, glue them together as shown in photo.

  6. Glue the petals for all the flowers
    Parts for Snowdrops

    Make a few flowers from the remaining white stripes.

  7. Prepare the green stripes
    Green Stripe

    Cut 3 pieces of green paper to make stems.

  8. Connect the stem to the flower head
    The Stalk of the Snowdrop

    Fold the green stripe in half lengthwise. Paste the white flower into the stem at the edge.

  9. Bend the green stripe
    Bent Stem

    Bend down the upper part of the stem.

  10. Make a bouquet
    Three Paper Snowdrops

    Make the remaining snowdrops on the same principle.

  11. Take three green strips
    The Leaves of the Snowdrop

    In addition, cut out 3 elongated leaves of green paper.

  12. Use white paper
    A Piece of Paper for a Vase

    Cut a blank from white paper in the shape of a trapezoid to create a vase.

  13. Cut the shape
    Strips for Vases

    Cut this trapezoid into horizontal strips.

  14. Create a creative vase
    Gaps from Strips

    Glue the strips to the cardboard blank. Apply glue only to the edges of the strips. The vase should be slightly raised above the surface of the cardboard to create a gap.

  15. Finish your craft
    Paper Snowdrops in a Vase

    Insert the flowers and leaves into this vase. Your voluminous paper craft is ready.

These amazing flowers can be a unique gift for family and friends.

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