The second Sunday in May each year is Mother's Day. Sending carnations on Mother's Day is as pervasive as sending roses on Valentine's Day.
Now we're going to take a simple clay tutorial, and make a cute carnation. We chose the most classic pink, meaning to wish mother forever young beautiful.
If you like this flower too, and want to make one for your mother yourself, try following the instructions below. It won't be hard because we don't need to do it precisely, or even more naturally!
You will need to prepare:
1.First take out the pink clay and knead it into a thin layer. Then cut with a round mold.
2. When it's finished, we get a piece of clay like this.
3.Press the sides of it to make the fold, the middle part does not need to change.
4.Then cut into 4 pieces with the blade, do not need accurate. Then fold each piece into a undulating shape.
This step please pay attention to safety, protect your hands.
5.Repeat the steps to make more petals. Press the bottom of the petals against the wire and pinch. The last flower is spherical.
6.Take out the green clay. First knead them into water drops, then flatten them and make leaves.
7.Stick the leaves to the bottom of the flower and cover the bottom.
8.Finally, wrap the wire in green clay and paste it with leaves, and a beautiful carnation will be ready!