Paper flowers are stunning, but they can be a little intimidating. They look so difficult to make, so I never even tried to make some.
Then, I decided to look up some tutorials and finally give it a try. Long story short, I was wrong, and I’m really happy that I was.
Making paper flowers isn’t hard at all! In fact, I’ve gotten so good at it that I offered to help design my friend’s wedding.
I’m confident you guys can do this just as easily as I did. Check out the tutorial above for the basic rose, and once you’ve mastered that, it’s time for more flowers.
There are all sorts of different types of flowers you can fold with paper. From roses to tulips to daisies and more, paper flowers are super easy to make.
This tutorial branches out from the plain rose, making a whole wedding backdrop out of them!
These flowers are on the larger side, each with 4.5″ – 5″ petals, making a pretty huge flower once you’re done. You can always downsize or upsize your petals to fit what you want the flower’s size to be.
My favorite thing to do with these flowers is mix and match the colors of the paper. It really makes a huge difference.
No matter what style of flower you decide to go with, the techniques are super similar, and the tutorials’ steps can be altered to make the flowers look exactly how you want them to look.
Check out one of the tutorials above to see how it’s done, then give it a try yourself!