DIY Paper Flowers

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Sometimes the easiest way to add your own personal stamp on your home without spending a lot of cash is to make something crafty. For me and Steve, that means being really picky about what kind of crafty projects we use, because we like a clean, sophisticated look with a touch of warm, family friendly personality! While we always enjoy fresh flowers in our home, these DIY paper flower projects are elegant, beautiful and yet still creative. (Oh, and they are paper, so they are affordable.) Try thinking of traditional crafts in new ways…these aren’t your typical tissue paper flowers! (Yes, all those gorgeous flowers below, are PAPER!) Try your favorite of these DIY paper flower projects to accent your home!

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From ‘Lia Griffith’, these amazing DIY paper roses are an easy project… You actually print the paper from her website, then use a glue gun and floral wire (both from the craft store) to create these. She even has a how to video! Great tutorial!

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I love Lucy from ‘Craftberry Bush’… she is so talented! This crepe and watercolor flower tutorial looks so real! Her photos are amazing, and she talks you through the project to make it easy.

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Learn how to make a DIY watercolor paper rose from ‘Capitol Romance’, project by Jenn from ‘Ribbons and Bluebirds. A different take on the paper rose!

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‘Live Laugh Rowe’ shows us how to make her DIY paper spider mums for those of us that want something a little more casual… Obviously do this project in any colors you like, but I’m thinking all white might be amazing!

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Sara at ‘The Lovely Nest’ adds a little sophistication to her flowers… she makes a DIY paper flower garland with these pretty ranunculus… modern, but would look amazing draped over a rustic mantel!

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Lena at ‘Tiny Painter’ created these book page paper flowers… which I LOVE, because I am such a big book lover. Just make sure you use old books ready for recycling, ok? I can’t stand the thought of usable books being cut up for crafts! (Not that any of you would do that!)

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From Trisha at ‘The House that Lars Built’, learn how to make a paper narcissus flower. Wouldn’t this look cute in a single bud vase?

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Another gorgeous elegant project from ‘Lia Griffith’, make this DIY paper gardenia with her easy tutorial. Love!

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From ‘Daily Fix’, learn two methods to craft paper flowers… I can imagine these strewn across a mantel, or used to fill a bowl or tray.

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Lastly, I had to include this project, even thought they are made with fabric and not paper… ‘The DIY Mommy’ teaches you how to sew these DIY peonies and cabbage roses… These look so amazingly real, and the instructions are clear and easy to follow. I love the use of the candle! (You will have to check it out to see what I mean!) Get florifying!

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Image Credits: Daily Fix, Lia Griffith, Craftberry Bush, Capitol Romance, Live Laugh Rowe, Lovely nest, Tiny Painter, House that Lars Built, Lia Griffith, DIY Mommy

 

 



Comments

  1. Where is the tutorial ?

  2. Thank you so much for sharing!!! I wanna make every single one of them now!!!! ^-^

  3. scarlettny says:

    What a great job you did on these flowers, I hope they are as easy to make as they look.
    One problem, I could find the directions for the Narcissus. That is one of the prettiest flowers I have seen and would love to make it for Easter.
    Thanks so much for sharing your talent with us.
    Scarlett

    • Kathy Woodard says:

      We have updated the post, the blogger changed the address of the original instructions… it should take you to the correct ones now!

  4. Thank you for putting together this article! Sending love.

  5. “Sara at ‘The Lovely Nest’ adds a little sophistication to her flowers… she makes a DIY paper flower garland with these pretty ranunculus… modern, but would look amazing draped over a rustic mantel!”
    The link to the above mentioned flowers, only took me to a page filled with more links to buy things from other sites.
    Is the tutorial page broken, or did I miss something?

    • Kathy Woodard says:

      Hi Bobbie, What it looks like you got is a blog that unfortunately no longer exists! We will try to find another project to replace that one!

  6. Would someone be able to send me me the directions with pictures for the crepe and watercolor flower and the cabbage roses at my email?
    Thanks so much! I didn’t see that there was an option to print them and didn’t know how to do it without printing 35 pages.

  7. Yuni Sutandi says:

    I like to get the tutorial how to make paper flowers.

  8. Absolutely amazing…. I am in awe!

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