I have meant to share this post with you about how to make paper flowers out of tissue paper. I have had this project done for over a month and I am just now getting around to getting this posted. We are just starting to warm up here in Ohio, so we don’t have any pretty blooms yet, so I decided I would make some. This post contains some affiliate links. Click here for my full disclosure policy.
I have seen a lot of posts on other blogs on how to make paper flowers, after reading a few posts I decided to use tissue paper in pink and white. I originally was going to use coffee filters and dye the tips with food coloring, but I will use the coffee filters for another project. I have that project in my head and will have to get working on that soon.
I started by using my 2-inch shaped cutter. I cut white and pink tissue paper with the cutter. See source list at end of post for all buying details of supplies used for this project.
Next step was to take a pen and place in the middle of cut out tissue paper and wrap the paper around the pen.
Once you have all the pink flowers formed, place a small amount of hot glue on the tip of the pink flower and place in the center of the white cut out tissue paper and form a flower just like the pink paper.
I used some of the pink tissue paper to make small buds, they make the branches look more realistic.
Once all your flowers and buds are complete, place a small amount of hot glue onto the bottom of the flower and glue onto the branches.
I love how realistic the flowers look.
I used jelly beans to fill the vase. I guess I will need to change out the jelly beans now that Easter is over. I have a feeling they are no longer fresh.
I placed them in the bay window hoping that my dogwood outside the window would start to bloom soon.
So what do you think? Do they look real?
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