Rinea Foil Hyacinth Flowers

Make your home, classroom, work desk, or studio beautiful this spring with some amazing foil hyacinth flowers. They will not wilt, fade, or need water since they are made with Rinea paper foil!!
Start by picking out your favorite Rinea foil colors for the top of your flower. The stem is in green.
Cut a green strip about 2 inches wide and 8 inches long to wind around a stick to make the stem. Glue the end to hold in place.
Pick the color of the flower, cut a strip 2 x 9 inches and make little cuts along one end, like a fringe.
Roll each fringe piece down into a little coil.
Wind the fringe coiled part around the top of the stem to create your flower. Do not forget to add the little leaves at the base for a pretty finish!
Here is what one looks like when it is done.
Here is a full video tutoial on how these fun flower are made.

Suggested materials:

  • Rinea Foil  (Rinea.com)
  • Beacon Glue  (Michaels)

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To see more: http://www.rinea.com

Have a question about this project?

1 question
  • Lorilynn
    on Feb 13, 2017

    I'm a bit confused, my hydrangeas grow into more of a rounded shape, not elongated like these. Are there different types of hydrangea bushes? These look more like hyacinths

    • Maureen greene
      on Feb 14, 2017

      Don't feel bad -- I misread it the same way! Luckily, I like both of the "hy" flowers

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  • Diane Hendricks Agarwal
    on Feb 16, 2017

    Thank you! We enjoyed our experience with Hometalk and hope that we can do it again sometime!

  • Tonya
    on Mar 31, 2017

    great idea,especially this time of year . I love it . thanks for the inspiration .
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