Dahlia Dimensional Doily includes a variety of flowers and elements to create with. The first is a flower made with round disks that link together to form the base and the petals. Watch the video below or on our Youtube channel to see just how Josie cuts, folds, and assembles the four-circle flower. She’ll share important tips and some of her favorite tools for creating the interlocking dimensional shape.
Roy loves to call Becca Feeken a “paper engineer” because of the creative and well-thought out ways she helps us slide, fold, and make amazing dimension with paper – and this die set is no exception! The possibilities are truly endless with these beautiful dies.
Next, Josie demonstrates the spiral rolled flower. Mist the die cut spiral with water to loosen the fibers and soften the paper. Josie’s recommended tool is the Quilling Tip on the Tool-‘n-One for this project. Starting from the outer edge, slide the quilling tip in and twist until you get to the end of the die cut shape. The bottom becomes the base of the flower, held together with a little adhesive. (Use hot glue if you’re in a hurry!) If you don’t have a quilling tool, use tweezers to grab the outer edge of the spiral and twist!
For more ideas with the Dahlia Dimensional Doily visit Becca Feeken’s Amazing Paper Grace Blog. Then, check out the entire Amazing Paper Grace Collection and the APG Die of the Month Club in the Spellbinders shop.