10” x 10” Stretched canvas, Ruler, Pencil, Scissors, Toothpick, Hot glue, Water basin
Get the Pattern
- Print out one copy of the downloadable art.
- To prep canvas, paint the surface in Adirondack White and the sides in two coats of Vintage Victorian. Let canvas dry in between coats.
- To prep 3D flowers, coat each page front and back with the Mod Podge Gloss, letting one side dry before coating the flip side. Set aside and let dry. This technique will make your papers stronger and flexible.
- Measure and cut the two pattern papers to 4 ½”w x 9”h.
- Coat the surface of the canvas in Mod Podge Gloss. Coat the backside of one of the cut pattern pages and adhere to the canvas surface leaving a ½” open edge. Smooth with squeegee.
- Coat the backside of the second cut pattern in gloss and adhere to the canvas, aligning to the first pattern. Smooth with squeegee. See project photo.
- Cut out the white oval with the large rose. Cut inside the black line.
- Coat the surface of the canvas with Mod Podge Gloss and coat the backside of the oval and adhere to the canvas. Smooth with squeegee.
- Cut out the larger 3D flower templets. Cut inside the black lines. Fold the leaves in half and unfold to create depth.
- Roll one of the single petals around a toothpick. Hot glue at bottom of coil. Hot glue single petals to either side of coiled petal. This is the center of the rose.
- Using the toothpick or small dowel, curl the edges of the petals on all of the petal rounds.
- Attach and close the “v” of each flower petal round with hot glue. Set aside.
- Attach the leaves to the bottom of the largest round with hot glue. Attach the petal rounds one inside the next with hot glue; it will gradually become smaller.
- Repeat steps 9-13 for small 3D flower.
- Attach roses to canvas with Mod Podge Gloss. Let dry completely.