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Paper Anemone Tutorial

A visual guide with different techniques, realistic details, clear instructions, coloring and shaping tips.

*Paper Anemone Tutorial* is a 67 pages material and 4 template pages with different petal styles and personal drawings.This creative study will take you on a complex journey, starting with a simple flower, easy to make, with a minimum amount of petals, followed by more complex and elaborate anemones, with different petal templates. I also used some real flowers as an inspiration source and you will receive some of my drawings and sketches. Also, you will learn the system behind the anemone petal placement.


For these anemone flowers I used different types of crepe paper: the lovely German Werola 160 gr for the first versions, but also the stretchy and fine Italian 90 gr paper, from Cartotecnica Rossi.


I’ve recreated this flower many times and I’m sure you will learn something new from this material which you can use and adapt to your own work aesthetics. If you have bought some of my previous materials you will find that I use some similar techniques.
Visit my Instagram account @christinepaperdesign (the guide/reel/IGTV section) to find some video materials and other “behind the scene” moments.

If you have bought my previous materials you will find that I use some similar techniques but with a different approach. This Study is available to purchase on my etsy shop but you can also buy it directly from me (contact me).