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Wild Roses

Learn how I create these wild roses in under an hour

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I normally teach +2.5 hour workshops, so when I was asked to teach a one-hour beginner's workshop, I knew I had to design a flower that was technically easy for newbies so it could be constructed quickly. It also had to be beautiful because it's simplicity required it. So day after day I searched for a flower that was beautiful in its simplicity. And then I found it. A 5-petal wild rose. There are so many types of wild roses, and some of them are native to the prairie provinces. This is only my interpretation of this flowering shrub.

Here's what you'll learn from this course. I teach basic paper flower making techniques, but not without adding in some special touches. You'll learn:

1. How to make a simple pistil using floral tape

2. How to make a stamen and create the pollen from pastels

3. How to cut petals and colour them for detail

4. How to manipulate the flower petals to look real

5. How to assemble the petals to the stem to create a "perpetual overlap" of naturally-looking petals

6. How to make a standard flower or rose leaf stem

This course is perfect for Beginners. Intermediates and Advanced paper florists and/or crafters will also find this course helpful and insightful.


Your Instructor


Jessie Chui
Jessie Chui

Hi! I'm Jessie Chui, the owner and paper florist behind Crafted to Bloom. I have a little studio in Mississauga (a suburb of Toronto, Ontario, Canada) where I make intricate paper florals and arrangements. All of my work is custom and made to order. When I'm not making paper flowers, I instruct private paper floral and group workshops at the Aurora Cultural Centre and at The Paper Place in Toronto on a regular basis. My unique garden-inspired aesthetic has drawn recognition from numerous social media blogs and publications; I've been featured on 100 Layer Cake twice (and in fact, they listed one of my paper floral bouquets in their 2017 list of favourite bridal bouquets), and Lia Griffith's Artist Interview Series. I'm also a full-time mom to a 22-month old, lover of all things pretty and soccer-related, and a family lawyer (although not currently practicing because raising a 22-month old is enough for now).




Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
The short answer - Forever. The long answer - You’ll have access to the course videos and content forever as long as Crafted to Bloom exists.
Do you offer any refunds or guarantees?
Yes - to refunds and Yes - to guaranteeing that you'll learn something! If, after completing this course, you feel that you did not learn any new skills and/or techniques or improve on existing skills, you can contact me within 30 days of purchase for a full refund.
I'm an experienced paper floral artist. Would I still benefit from this course?
I don’t know about you, but I absolutely LOVE to watch other seasoned paper florists work and create. I always learn new tricks or new ways of doing something. It’s amazing how everyone does things differently. I’m confident that you’ll learn something new from my course too.
I’ve never tried making paper flowers. Is this for me?
Absolutely - this course is perfect for anyone who wants to learn. This course provides step-by-step instructions as I guide you at each step through video instruction. You get to watch me make a Wild Rose up-close while I thoroughly explain every action I take. You’ll have access to the templates that I use - no need to free-hand cut anything! If you didn’t catch something - anything - the first time, you can watch and re-watch the videos. I’m confident that you will create a gorgeous flower that resembles my Wild Roses by the end of the course. This is the perfect course to test the waters and start familiarizing yourself with the skills and techniques you'll be using over and over again as you advance in paper floral art.

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