How to Make a Paper Flower Bouquet!

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Handmade Paper Flower Bouquet - the perfect tabletop flower decor that you will never have to water or feed. The art of making paper flowers may seem difficult, but these two basic flower shapes are the perfect place to start if you are new to flower making.
Ever wonder how to do paper flowers? It is pretty darned easy to make a  flower. Simply follow the step by step directions for this handmade paper flower bouquet and you will have a wonderful flower bouquet to place in any vase or Mason jar! 

How to make the paper stems for the flowers:

• Cut strips of green construction paper 2 inches wide and 8 inches long (or the length of your paper).

• Cover one side of the paper in glue using a glue stick.

• Start from one corner and roll the paper stem together at an angle. This will make a flower stem.

• Use hot glue to hold the ends in place (it dries fast).

 How to make paper flower bluebonnets:

• Cut strips from the cardstock paper that are 2 inches wide and 8 inches long.

• Draw a line ¼ of an inch from one of the long sides of the paper.

• Cut ¼ inch snips horizontally along the line to make a fringe.

• Roll the strips of fringe with a pencil up to the line.

• Cover one side of the non-cut side of the paper fringe with glue from the glue stick.

• Use hot glue to glue one corner of the flower to the top of a stem.

• Roll the flower piece around the stem at an angle, covering the top of the stem with the flower paper.

• Use hot glue to hold the bottom end of the flower in place.

For the blue lily instructions and all materials used in this project, click the link to my blog below!
 How to make paper flower bluebonnets:

• Cut strips from the cardstock paper that are 2 inches wide and 8 inches long.

• Draw a line ¼ of an inch from one of the long sides of the paper.

• Cut ¼ inch snips horizontally along the line to make a fringe.

• Roll the strips of fringe with a pencil up to the line.

• Cover one side of the non-cut side of the paper fringe with glue from the glue stick.

• Use hot glue to glue one corner of the flower to the top of a stem.

• Roll the flower piece around the stem at an angle, covering the top of the stem with the flower paper.

• Use hot glue to hold the bottom end of the flower in place.
For the blue lily instructions and all materials used in this project, click the link to my blog below!

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