Saturday, February 25, 2023

Paper Rosettes/Flowers


Aren't these beautiful!

I cant take the credit for making these beauties though. My daughter made these and I had to learn from her how to make them 😀

Paper flowers are so great for decorations - no worries about them withering and they definitely last longer. 

Lets get to making these flowers. Below are the step by step tutorial for making these paper flowers. I might be able to make a video at a later time and post it too But for now wanted to still post with these detailed pictured steps.

You'll just need colored papers, cut in rectangles. The size of the paper depends on the size of the flower you make. For my flowers, I used 3 x 3.5" rectangles.

For one flower you will need 

- six colored paper cut in rectangles.

- thread to tie the petals.

Start with one rectangle piece of paper. Fold this piece in half length wise and make a crease, so when you open up you get a crease line in the middle.

Bring the corners in to the line in the center like the pictures below.

Now fold the top and bottom edges and bring on the middle too. See the picture below.

And then fold this in half by bringing both the edges together.

Now make five more of these. You will need a total of six for one flower

Put two of these petals together one inside the other just like the picture below.

Do with the rest of the petals the same way. So now, you should have three sets of two together.

Tie these three sets together with a piece of string or wire.

Spread these petals out

Flip this over and start pulling the petals up, like the picture below.

Pull the top layer of all petals up like the picture below.

After you are done pulling the first layer of petals up, you should end up with flower looking like this.

Then pull the second layer of petals up now.

After you pull up all the petals up, this is how the flower will look now.

So there it is. For the stem ran a flower wire through the gaps and twisted to close it.

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