Third in a series this video features Bill Epps a Mesquite Texas blacksmith demonstrating some of the techniques for making flower and leaf motifs for decorative projects. There are 5 leaves and 5 flowers demonstrated including several ways of cutting veins into a leaf folding and shaping the leaf form and specific blossoms such as a rose a morning glory a dogwood blossom and a calla lily. Epps shows how to achieve surface texturing on leaves and petals to give a more naturalistic finish to the product and discusses the merits of giving just the inference of a specific species rather than trying for exact replication. The use of the guillotine tool or top/bottom fuller is shown. Applications for the individual items shown are discussed and the viewer is encouraged to find his or her own ways of using these beautiful decorative details.