Monday, June 17, 2013

Paper Flower



I made a paper version of the fabric flower I made a couple of days back. And it looks just as pretty.



You'll need:
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Paper - I used 2 sheets of white printer paper
Glue
Scissors.

Steps:
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- Draw 7 different sizes of flowers in the paper just like the picture below. The petals do not need to be perfect. In anycase, once you stack the petals, you will not be able to make out any imperfections.



- Cut two of each size.
- Use a pencil to roll each of the petals.


- Now stack and glue all the 14 petals starting from the largest petal on the bottom. 


Linking this to these awesome parties here, here and here.

18 comments:

  1. That's gorgeous and much more simple than you would think by looking at it! Thanks for linking up with the (Not So) Wordless Wednesday Hop!!

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  2. These look so beautiful. I have been wanting to make paper flowers and keep coming across the coffee filter idea, but have been hesitant because of the size. I like yours because they're a little smaller and very elegant (and so easy!) I'm visiting from The Shabby Nest. :)

    - Melissa

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    1. Thanks Melissa!
      Glad you like it..:)

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  3. Hi Priyam,

    Danielle of My Snippets of Inspiration (Co-host) favorited this post and you will be featured in our Top 10 on Saturday, June 22. Please watch out for it. Thank you for sharing and joining the Pin It Monday Hop. See you soon.

    Judy
    Pursuit Of Functional Home

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    1. Yay! Thank you so much for the feature..:)

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  4. This is so pretty! Pinning!

    I found you on the Simply Create link party. Have a good one!

    Ritchil
    http://chengand3kids.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thank you Ritchil!
      Glad you like it and thanks for visiting..:)

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  5. They make a very pretty package! Thank you for joining Home Sweet Home!
    Sherry

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  6. Thanks for sharing this at my link party last week! I will be featuring it today! Please grab a you've been featured button!

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    1. Thank you so much Allyson for the feature!

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  7. Beautiful flower! I pinned it! I made a paper rose in a very similar method. Did you use a hot glue gun? I found my rose had trouble setting because the glue I used wasn't drying fast enough.

    Bethany the ngnrdgrl

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    1. Hi Bethany,

      I used regular Tacky glue and had no problem.

      -Priyam.

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  8. Bardzo pracochłonne ale efekt rewelacyjny :)
    Życzę więcej takich pomysłów :)

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  9. Thank you for sharing with us at Retro RePin! I featured you this week. Hope you stop by to link up again!

    Robin
    http://redoityourselfinspirations.blogspot.com/2014/12/retro-repin-20.html

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