Lily flowers are unique and can be easily identified at a glance. It has 6 big petals, the whole body is white, as if not stained with any dirt.
Following the detailed instructions below, we can make a simulated lily. Put it in a vase and it looks like it's real, but it doesn't need any care.
The somewhat difficult clay tutorial, requires the making of petals, stamens, stem and leaves, and the combination of them into a clay flower. Skim through the steps first, then decide whether or not to try it out!
1.Take out the green clay first.
2.Make it into the shape of a thin stick. This is the stalk.
3.Take out the green clay and start making leaves. First make the ball, then knead the long strip, flatten.
4.Make a visible mark in the middle of the leaf, then make some shallow marks on both sides.
5.Make some natural distortion and a leaf is done.
6.Repeat the steps and make 6 leaves.
7.Stick the leaves to the stem and stick 3 leaves on each stalk.
8.Then start making petals and taking out white clay.
9.First roll out a strip, then flatten it to give the shape of a drop.
10.Flatten the edges of the petal and make natural forms.
11. Make a visible mark in the middle of the petal. and make less noticeable marks on the sides.
12. Bend the tip of the petal and pinch the back end together from the middle.
13.A lily needs six petals.
14.Press the petals one by one and put them together.
15.Take out the green clay.
16. Roll and shape.
17. Add a dash of brown clay to one end.
18. Arrange the petals to create a symmetrical pattern.
19. Add pistils in the middle.
20. Cover the bottom of the flower with green clay.
21. Connect the flower with the stem.
22. The beautiful clay lily is ready. Pick a glass vase and plug it in!