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How to Make a Paper Flower

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These paper flowers make great decor pieces. Consider making one for your mother for Mother’s Day. I am sure she will be surprised and cherish it. You can add a stem and leaves if you desire, or use it at a place setting, or in a glass at the dinner table. They look really detailed but are rather simple to make. I bet you will not stop at just making one once you learn how. 

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  • 4 square pieces of paper (mine were 5″ squares)
  • scissors
  • craft glue
  • pencil
  • optional – watercolors and liquid dye


If necessary, cut your paper into squares before we begin.

Video Tutorial:

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Here is the final flower with a bit of watercolor marker added by watering it down with a water brush pen to the petals.

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Then I gave it a quick squirt of liquid dye.

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Which one do you like better?

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2 thoughts on “How to Make a Paper Flower”

  1. Too bad we can’t actually see most of the crafting. The view of your hands and arms were more visible than the craft. I think you should review your video’s before posting.

    1. I am not sure how to craft without using my hands but if you know, I would love to know too please!

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