Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Climping clematis in progress...




I´ve been working on making a garden for Mrs Havishams conservatory.
 First growth is a climping clemati.s

Due to my lack of patience, I just had to add a few flowers to get
the feeling of how the finished flower would look.

A closer look at the flowers. Sorry for bad quality of the pics.
 I took some quick shots with my IPhone instead of the Canon. 

The flowers is made with a 2 piece puncher.
First one cut the flowers, second shapes the petals.

15 comments:

  1. Wow, the Clematis looks so real and natural. And I really admire the conservatory.

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  2. Prachtige clematis ben je aan het maken.

    Groeten Xandra

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  3. I think that is one of the best vines I have ever seen in 1: 12 scale. The flowers are beautiful. I have never heard of at two piece punch until now.

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  4. this is going to be so stunning! I'm impatient and have to do a bit so I can get the feeling too :) I have also never heard of a two piece punch- are there other flowers also?

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  5. Beautiful Clematis, it looks like real plant, well done.
    Magda

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  6. Beautiful Clematis, nice addition to the conservatory. Great work!
    Hugs, Drora

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  7. The clematis is looking lovely - it must take a lot of patience. I haven't made flowers yet.

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  8. Lovely clematis, I'm dreaming of making one. It's good idea to shape it directly on the conservatory structure. It's growing so naturally.

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  9. Well i am going to agree with all the comments above... GORGEOUS! Can't wait to see the end result. Hug AM

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  10. Thanks to all my dear mini-friends. The clematis is growing slowly whenever I can find a break from work and other duties. I´ll make a tutorial for you folks, and introduce you to the 2 step puncher :-)

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  11. Incredible! Really beautiful, and I bet your eyes hurt after all that!
    You are so clever x

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  12. Annie,

    Thank you!!! I would love it if you wrote a tutorial about how you make it. I just tried to find a 2 step puncher online but no luck. I really would like to have it. XXX

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  13. They are very very pretty cant wait to see it all done!

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  14. They're beautiful! I missed this blog post. Don't know why.

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