One thing I like about clay flowers is the freedom to choose the color. We can have green rose or pink lilac at any time when needed for wedding, hair accessories, brooch, cake topper or home decoration.
We can have blue, purple or black roses if you want it.
Our idea of making flowers with clay is not to copy the nature. But to make pieces or arrangement for special occasion with harmony and balance in term of shape and color.
Do you prefer to make life-like flowers? You must be very good with it.
Do you know the size of the petals? the veins? do you have suitable cutter for the petals and leaves? If your answers are no, don't bother to buy expensive cutters. You can still have beautiful flowers without those cutters. .
Most of our hand-made flowers are made with basic clay tools.
White Carnations and Red Carnation
People said that white carnations are symbol of pure love, good luck and innocence. And red carnation symbolizes passion. It sounds that carnation is a good flower to give away as a gift. This flower was made without mold too, so check out our tutorial.
Beautiful and easy to make! Calla Lily is widely used in wedding ceremony and table decorations these days.
It's one of my favorite flowers for hand bouquet.
The flower symbolizes purity and elegance.
This sunflower clay was handcrafted on recycled jam bottle. Again, I don't use cutter or mold.
I used homemade clay, no cook play dough to cover the bottle and for the flower. It's easy to make and cheap, isn't it?
Let's make morning glory clay, a flower of love and affection.
Honestly, the book titled "Clay Art for All Seasons" written by Yukiko Miyai where she makes flowers without cutters inspired my clay flowers creations.
I love the way she chose the color for her flowers to match any decors in special event like wedding, engagement, housewarming and birthday party.
You can easily make beautiful centerpiece, party favors or holiday gifts for all seasons following her tutorials. You'll love this book as much as I am.
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