Sunday, March 16, 2014

Crepe Paper Flower

Yet again, another crepe paper flower.

You'll need:
Crepe Paper
Needle and thread
Buttons or whatever you want to decorate the flower with.

- Take 3 strips of approximately 30" of crepe paper and stack them on top of each other. Then make a running stitch on the strips. You can even use a sewing machine to do this by setting it largest stitch possible. You can even make this with just one strip of streamer. I used three because I wanted my flower to be little fuller.

- After you have made the running stitch in the entire length of the strip, start pulling the thread on one end, so the strip starts gathering, just like the picture below. The strip will start to curl up a bit.

- Bring the strip in the form of a flower, by bringing the ends together. Depending on the length of the strip, it might overlap, you can cut the excess or let it overlap. I had extra as you can see from the above picture, but I let it overlap.

- You can stitch or glue the ends to keep the flower in place.

- You can use the flower as is or decorate the center with whatever you like.

If you like this, maybe you will like these other crepe paper flowers too.

You can check other paper flowers by clicking the 'Paper Flower' label on the right.

Linking this to these awesome parties hereherehere and here.


  1. how very pretty thanks for sharing
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    1. Thank you Angie!
      Heading on over to see you...:)

  2. Those are so pretty. I'm going to have to start stocking up on crepe paper to wrap gifts with. Definitely prettier than just plain ribbon.

    1. hahaha, absolutely Erlene, they are pretty and a change from the usual ..:)

  3. These are absolutely gorgeous! I'm surely gonna try them :-)

    1. Please do Divya.. Thanks for stopping by..:)

  4. working on some goodie bags for a women's retreat right now. these will be so cute on the front! thanks!

  5. So pretty and creative #RealCraftyLinkParty

  6. I love them all, but my favorite is the purple one that looks a bit like a pom pom. They all make such pretty gift packages. Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party. Pinned!

  7. How fun!! :)

    I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks:

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

  8. Love these, I would not have thought of using them on a gift. What a pleasing presentation!