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Quick & Easy Foam Flower Tutorial

Posted by Graphic 45 11/05/2019 9 Comment(s) Cards,Tutorials,Videos,


Hello G45ers!

  Are you looking to elevate your projects with Quick and Easy Handmade Flowers?  Well, we have just the tutorial for you!  Today Sandi Nagel shares two how-to videos on creating your own floral embellishments, one video in English, and the other in Spanish.  These flowers are created using our Flower Die, inks, and a few other supplies, and look great on Handmade Cards, Mini Mini Albums, and Scrapbook Layouts.  We encourage you to try this tutorial out for yourself, and when you do be sure to share your results with us on our Graphic 45 - Official Community Page.  



Quick and Easy Foamiran Flowers

By Sandi Nagel


“Hello, G45ers! Today I bring you a Foamiran Flowers Tutorial, using your dies and inks from Graphic 45.  This tutorial is quick and easy and shows you another method on how to make beautiful, dimensional flowers, using your supplies from Graphic 45.


In my tutorial, you’ll notice that I make one size of flowers; however, your Graphic 45 Large Tag, ATC Tag and Flowers die-set provides you with several different sizes in flower dies that you can use.








You’ll also notice that I use the same size die-cut to make my foamiran flower. I don’t find it necessary to use several sizes to make one flower; but you can always experiment. 


Use your “freshly cut” foamiran flowers to embellish a number of projects.  I decided to use mine on a feminine greeting card.




Listed below are all the supplies that I used to make my quick and easy foamiran flowers and greeting card:


Graphic 45 Supply List:

Large Tag, ATC Tag and Flower Dies

ClearSnap Decades Dye Ink Pad Package

Clearsnap Decades Dye Pad Precious Pink

Matte Pearl Gems



Other Supplies:

  • Die-cutting Machine
  • Foamiran
  • Prills
  • Sponge Dauber
  • Heating Tool
  • Wet Glue
  • Hot Glue
  • White Card Stock
  • Double-sided Tape
  • Dies from my stash
  • White thread
  • Laser-cut chipboard embellishment




I've put together an easy-to-follow video tutorial for you.  I hope that you enjoy this process and that you get inspiration to make one of your very own.  

Thank you for stopping by and happy paper crafting!” ~Sandi



Video Tutorials:

Foam Flower Tutorial by Sandi Nagel (English)




Foam Flower Tutorial by Sandi Nagel (Spanish)












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9 Comment(s)

Ellen Haydon:
11/05/2019, 12:19:36 PM

Wow! I love the flowers we can make now. I have never used the Foamiran before so I guess I need to go get some. Thanks for the Tutorial Sandi.

11/05/2019, 01:29:41 PM

Like Ellen, I will have to go buy some Foamiran. You make it look easy, hope it is. Thank you for sharing your talents.

Regina Harrison:
11/05/2019, 01:40:54 PM

I have never heard of foamiran. It really makes some beautiful flowers.

Jan D., FL:
11/05/2019, 01:52:06 PM

I love foamiran flowers. Yours are beautiful.

Dawna Bond:
11/05/2019, 02:40:52 PM, Facebook

Where might I buy foamiron & prills?

Charee Filimoehala:
11/05/2019, 03:14:56 PM,

Dawna, you can find foamiran and prills at your local craft store or on Have fun creating!

Sue D:
11/05/2019, 06:44:58 PM

Beautiful flowers and cards.

Glenda Buster:
11/05/2019, 07:25:07 PM

Your flowers are gorgeous. Thank you for the wonderful tutorial. Awesome flowers and they look fairly easy to make♥️♥️♥️!

11/16/2019, 12:49:33 PM

Oh my word this card is so elegante ! I must try those flowers ... I have that die !!

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