3D Tutorial for March, Tulip Pencil Top

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Now for my alternate project. I am making a Tulip Pencil Topper, using the Pleased as Punch Designer Series Paper, which is part of the Coordination Product Release. Available while supplies last or until March 31st & the Tulip Builder Punch.

Tulip Builder Punch

For the first 3 I made I used a Pencil.

First use floral tape to wrap around the pencil. Then adhere pencil to the center with hot glue.

For this one I used a skewer, (because I didn’t have any more pencils). They both turn out wonderful.

Its really important when you adhere the 3 tulips together that you only add adhesive to the side of the tulip. You want to have the gap so you can add your pencil or skewer. I did use hot glue for that step, and Tombow Liquid Glue for everything else. After you add the pencil with hot glue, use Tombow to add the top 3 tulips matching up the sides.

Pencil Top, Pleased as Punch dsp, Tulip Builder Punch, Tombow Liquid Glue

I found a 2 1/2″ terracotta pot in my stash of stuff and added some dried peas. The pencils or the skewer stand up perfectly.Supply List:

You will also need hot glue, florist tape and a pencil.

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7 Comments

  1. Gloria Plunkett

    What a fun project Cindee, thanks for sharing

  2. Cute idea.

  3. So cute Cindee, and I love how you used split peas inside the pot!

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