How to Make a Paper Flower Bouquet
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August 2, 2017
These pretty daisy like paper flowers are much easier to make than they look. Make them up into a beautiful bouquet or use them as embellishments on other craft items.
- 1 pair of scissors
- paper glue
- A4 paper in different colours including green
- paper glue
- 1 measuring rule
- 1 pencil
- To make the leaves/stems, fold the green A4 sheet in half.
- Cut slits all along the folded edge.
- Roll it up and secure with glue.
- Use the edge of your scissors to curl the paper.
- Gently pull up on the centre a little.
- Use the ruler to help you cut a strip of 1/4 inch wide paper from the long edge of an A4 sheet.
- Also cut a strip that is 3/4 inch wide in a different colour.
- Cut slits all along the wider strip through about 2/3 of the width.
- Glue one end of the narrow strip to one end of the wide strip.
- Start curling the narrow strip.
- Keep curling all along until you get to the end of the wide strip and secure the end with glue.
- Press down in the middle to splay out the petals.
- Use the edge of your scissors to curl the petals just a little bit.
- Apply plenty of glue to the back of the flower.
- Attach the flower to the stems.
- Add more flowers in different colours and display your bouquet in a vase.
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