Remember those adorable paper flowers from the Valentine’s Day Soiree? Well… we have the diy on how to make them. Absolutely perfect for any soiree you might be planning, including your wedding.
You can really can do so many things with these paper flowers. You can make a flower wall backdrop for your candy table, corsages or boutonnieres for guests, the list is really endless, go nuts. Read on to learn how to make paper flowers. A special thanks to Christa Kimble Photography and Cotton and Brass for being so crafty.
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Photographer: Christa Kimble Photography
Event Designer: Cotton and Brass
Circle Cutter – I used a 1″ circle
Step 1: Cut circles from the paper using the circle cutter. You will need between 7 to 21 circles for each flower, depending on how full you would like them.
Step 2: With scissors cut a slit half way up each circle.
Step 3: Place a dot of hot glue to the left side of the slit. Fold the right side of the slit over the left to create a cone. Repeat.
Step 4: Place a dot of hot glue near the seam of the cone (usually the flattest side). Lay another cone on top.
Step 5: Repeat steps 3 & 4 over and over, making the cones less severe as you go.
Step 6: Smear a circle of glue in the middle of the flower and coat with glitter.