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Sept 13, 1933-
c. VON BRUN, BORN BUELLE
2,130,209
PROCESS FOR THE MAKING OF ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS
Filed Aug. 18, 1937
3mm
CARMEN VON BRuN ,
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BomBueZZe
2,130,209
Patented Sept. 13, 1938
UNITED STATES‘ - PATENT oFFIeE
2,130,209
PROCESS FOR THE MAKING OF ARTIFICIAL‘
FLOWERS
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Carmen von Brun, born Buelle, Berlin, Germany
Application August 18, 1937, Serial No. 159,718
In Germany March 2'7, 1936
‘ 2 Claims.
(01. 41_13) I
The process is carried out as follows: A small
The object of the invention is to introduce a a
wad
5, of cellulose or cotton Wadding, is placed
new process for the making of arti?cial ?owers
from stretched out crepe-paper with the aid of a near one end of a strip of stretched out crepe pa
“former. The formers used in this invention are
5"‘adapted to the natural shape of the petals and
blossoms and have handles to them. Its appli
cation is shown in the description of how the
process is carried out. The execution of this in
_ vention is not only simple and the making mate
lo'rial of little cost; vpaper and adhesivebeing the
chief component parts, but the manner of making
the ?ower is simpli?ed by its attachment to the
ovary, in a. way which constitutes an important
technical improvement.
In the accompanying drawing:
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Figure 1 is a perspective view illustrating a
per 6, and the adjacent end portion of the paper
is folded over the wad as indicated at 1 in Fig. 2. 5
This folded over end is then pressed and twisted
aboutthewad to form a ball-like protuberance
8, constituting the ovary pad of the completed
?ower. The paper below this pad is then tightly
10
twisted to form a paper stem 9 for the ?ower.
The formation of the ball or pad 8 -may be
facilitated by wetting the thumb and fore?nger in
twisting the folded over end of the paper snugly
and tightly therearound, preparatory to contin
uing the twisting to form the stem 9. Thus it 15
Will be seen that the stem and pad are formed
wad of material being placed upon a strip of pa ' in one integral piece in so far as the paper, con
per preparatory to folding the paper over the stituting the same,'is concerned.
The petal assembly is formed by cutting paper
wad and then twisting the paper to form the
20 ovary pad and stem of the ?ower;
Fig. 2 illustrates the paper being folded over
the wad;
. Fig. 3 illustrates the paper as having been fold
ed and pressed about the wad to constitute a ball
25 forming the ovary pad;
Fig. 4 illustrates the paper as having been
tightly twisted below the pad to constitute the
stem of the ?ower;
Fig. 5 illustrates the ovary pad being pierced
30 with a pointed tool to form a hole therein;
Fig. 6 shows the petal assembly as having been
placed over the ball or ovary pad;
Fig. 7 indicates the petal assembly and a small
piece of adhesive bearing material being pressed
35 into the preformed hole in the ovary pad by a
pointed instrument;
Fig. 8 shows a former, hereinafter described,
about to be placed in position to have the petals
folded up therearound and shaped thereby;
Fig. 9 illustrates the petals folded up around
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the former;
Fig. 10 is a plan view of one or more petal
forming paper blanks, hereinafter described;
Fig. 11 is a view of Fig. 10 showing a plurality
45 of thin paper disks 'or leaves of different colors,
placed over the paper blank of Fig. 10;
Fig. 12 is a plan view of the assembly of Fig.
11, with a small piece of paper centrally disposed
thereon whichawhen pressed inwardly by a tool
50 constitutes the paper tack hereinafter described,
and
Fig. 13 is a view partly in section and partly
in elevation of the former, hereinafter described.
Like numerals designate corresponding parts
55 throughout the several ?gures of the drawing.
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blanks Ill to suitable form, these blanks compris- 20
mg the central portion, surrounded by radial pro
jections Illa,‘ of suitable shape. Small paper disks
or leaves ll, successively diminishing in size (see
Fig. 11) are then placed upon the blank l0.
These disks may vary in number and are prefer- 25
ably of different colors.
Further, I preferably
use two or more layers of the petal blanks l0
and stick them lightly together with adhesive,
because this gives the paper more body and con
sistency. The leaves or. disks H are also touched 30
lightly with adhesive to hold them in place.
With any suitable pointed tool, indicated in a
general way at l2, a hole I3 is formed in the
center of the ovary pad 8. A small amount of
adhesive is placed in this hole and the petal as- 35
sembly is placed centrally over the top of the hole.
A small piece of paper, indicated at M in Figs.
7 and 12, is supplied with a small amount of ad.
hesive and is placed centrally over the petal
assembly. The tool point l2 (Fig. 7) is then used 40
to thrust this piece of paper or equivalent mate
rial and petal assembly into the preformed hole
in the pad 8. This brings this piece of material
M to the form of a paper tack, having a central
opening therein.
45
This piece of material I4 forms the calyx of
the flower while at the same time it unites, in
the most simple and natural way, stem, pad,
petals and calyx into a flower and ?xes them ?rm
ly together. This constitutes an essential feature 50
of my new and simpli?ed process, without which
the production of these flowers would not be feasi
ble. The application of the adhesive to the ma
terial I4 unites the paper tack to the petal. as
sembly, while the insertion of the adhesive into 55
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the pre-formed hole in the pad 8 unites the petal
assembly to the pad.
For some kinds of ?owers, the process so far
described is su?icient. However, for other kinds
of ?owers, such for example as those of the bell
or trumpet-shaped type, it becomes desirable to
bring the edges of the petals into overlapping
relation and to unite them with each other.
When that is to be done, the former of Fig. 13,
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of arti?cial ?owers from crepe paper, comprising
the steps of folding an end of a strip of such
paper about a ball of wadding and then twisting
the strip of paper tightly into stem formation,
so that said paper and wadding ball form a stem
and ovary pad, preparing the petals by shaping a
paper disk to form a plurality of radial projec
tions extending from a common center, placing
upon, said common center". one" or.’ more small
10 is employed. In using this former, it is placed round disks of paper, di?‘ering in color ‘from the
centrally within the ?ower, with the recess l6 petals and being secured with adhesive to the 10
?tted over the calyx. A little adhesive is then .' petal disk, piercing a hole in the middle of the
applied to one edge of each of the petals, and the ovary pad, placing the prepared petals centrally
petals are pressed into engagement‘with the-form
on top' of the hole, attaching the prepared petals
15 ing face, I63, of the former.
to the ovary pad by pressing a small piece of 15
If, for example, the adhesive?is. applied to the material, carrying adhesive, together with the
left side of each petal leaf, the petal leaves are petals into the hole,.sothat such piece of mate
lapped one over the other against the former by . rial‘ is caused to take the shape of a paper tack
using the left-hand thumb and fore?nger, work
or'nail.
20 ing all around the ?ower. When the rounding *
2.1.: The process as recited in claim 1, in com
is complete, the operator keeps hold of the pressed bination with the additional ‘step of applying ad 20
petals with the ?ngers and thumb- of the left hesiveto one "edge only'of‘eachtof the "petals
hand; and with the right hand draws the former, and thereafter pressing all‘ of“ said petals about
while slightly rotating it, out ‘of the molded
25 ?ower, as illustrated in Fig. 9.
'Thus it will be seen'that I am able to'easily'
and quickly form arti?cial ?owers having petals
of one color, centers of a plurality of colors where
30
a former, toward the axis of the ?ower, with the ‘
edges of the'petals overlappin'g'i‘n such*manner_
that the‘ adhesive‘ upon the edge of one'petai- is v,
caused-to attach‘ said petal to the adjacent'petal, "
whereby the ?ower ‘is brought to'iand held in '
desired, and a calyx presenting a very natural . bell-like or cup-shaped :formation, .
appearance, all of these partsv being very ?rmly
unitedin a-simple and speedly operation;
I claim:
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1. The herein‘ described process for the‘making
- CARMEN" vorr‘BRUN, “norm 'BUELLE.
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