How to Make Easy Paper Rose, FREE Template

This is the simplest way to make paper rose I would like to share with you, as both the materials and techniques are easy to do do . Wish you all a happy day.After trying with so many materials to make a realistic rose flower, I am back with the most easy-to-find paper and it's so simple now.
The materials are so simples, just 2 pink paper and 1 green paper (size A4), 80 gram/m2 (like normal printing paper), wire, glue, flower tape, scissor, and my free template
The FREE template is in the end of material list in my blog link below, it's in yellow font, so it's quite hard to see, I will try to change the color font asap.
The second layer were applying...
The 4th layer applied...
Wrapping with flower tape...
This is the fastest technique for a realistic leaf cutting I found...
Here is the video tutorial, with step by step details in the subscription. Please check it out.

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  • Claudean Chick Claudean Chick on Mar 28, 2017
    where is the materials list?

  • Claudean Chick Claudean Chick on Mar 29, 2017
    Sorry to be so dumb, what kind of glue did you use? And where can I buy it? Thank you for being so patient.

  • Marty Marty on Jan 13, 2019

    I can't find the template or the material list either. ??? There's a list at the beginning but can't click on it. And no list at the end. HELP! ! Thanks, Marty

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  • Janice Bogle Janice Bogle on Sep 13, 2017
    I want to thank you for your videos and templates. I enjoy making the flowers so much! I was asked to make a dozen coral roses for a bridal shower and no one could believe I made them. Not finding coral printer paper, I used acrylic paint on white printer paper and it worked beautifully. I also add a little glue to the edges of the outside rows of petals and sprinkled a clear glitter on them (who doesn't like a little bling?). My last, but most time saving hint I found is using fingernail clippers (make sure they are sharp) for the leaf edging instead of scissors.
    I have also made the daisies and found a cheaper way to make the center instead of rice. I used millet bird seed. It paints beautifully and looks authentic. Sorry, I am so excited about these I just had to share my time and money-saving hints!

    • Wow, Janice, I'm soooo happy that my ideas are useful for your creativeness. Yes, I do love bling, and rainbow also. Thank you for your tips of using fingernail clippers and millet bird seed. I do not have those in my house, but there's so many way we could make paper flowers, just from materials in our kitchen. It would be my pleasure if you could share me your roses, my IG is posydreamy and my FB page is dreamyposy. Hope to see you there.

  • Ann Stewart-Baker Ann Stewart-Baker on May 13, 2021

    There is no template after the materials list.

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