If like me, you are absolutely obsessed with making every Paper Flower under the sun, I’ve created this flower tutorials directory for easy reference!
25 Fabulous Paper Flower Tutorials
If you love paper flowers, then this is the exact place you need to be! Here you can find some of the best paper flowers templates and crafts taught by real professional artists and papercrafters!
If you’re in the UK you can buy this kit here. I am completely obsessed with the new frosted paper flower kits from Lia Griffith!
Since all of the pages are pre-cute with petals, you simply have to detach the petals and shape them.
Then get your glue gun and start to construct! Thankfully there are a whole range of flowers available here.
This amazing Paper Peony was created by DreamyPosy for Heart Handmade UK.
The best part about this paper peony tutorial is the fact that it’s made out of printer paper!
You can click here and stock up.
I must mention that you do need some chalk pastels for this tutorial. This cheap stuff has loads of 5* reviews and still works great to get started.
If you and your kiddo are feeling entrepreneurial and want to sell lights like this, you should check out 45 Easy Crafts That Make Money.
There’s a section of crafts for kids to make and sell.
CreativeBug continues to grow and uploading the most incredible crafty classes regularly. You can even take classes for free via this link.
You will find this tutorial in the Craft Cafe, the free magazine that is available right here.
I loved this tutorial because you can use coffee filters to make a gorgeous peony or ranunculus.
HOW TO MAKE A TISSUE PAPER PEONY
This tutorial is making me think that I need the entire Lia Griffith range from Fiskars.
How much do you bet that I spend over the next 24 hours on MORE supplies that I definitely don’t need?!
I’m OBSESSED with this chandelier class! In about 30 minutes, Annabel Wrigley from Little Pincushion Studio teaches you how to cut out all of the individual pieces with a Cricut.
Then, the assembly and decorating fun begin!
In this playlist, paper artist Kate Alarcón shows you how to make five different paper flowers with crepe paper.
The flowers include a wild rose, floribunda rose, Icelandic poppy, peony and ranunculus, plus an air plant for added greenery.
You’ll also learn how to arrange your paper flowers beautifully so you can get a bit more impressive with your bouquets!
Holy Christmas Crackers. How impressive is that?! This paper flower class is taught by Livia Cetti of The Green Vase.
A real pro at making paper flowers. It’s no wonder she’s got lots of classes over at CreativeBug!
Oh wow! The word hollyhocks always make me think of the antiques roadshow! Thanks to Joe (from Adam and Joe, Attack The Block) and his Antiques Roadshow song.
This paper flower class is also taught by Livia Cetti of The Green Vase! Just as above.
This is a beautiful craft idea for winter floral arrangement! They make rather stunning decor after your Christmas decorations have all been stored away.
In this CreativeBug class, Annabel Wrigley shows you how to make the cutest paper flower necklace using her Cricut machine!
Again, depending on how excited about paper flowers you were, you could either take this class during your free trial!
These Icelandic poppies are unbelievable! Learn how to make a crepe paper poppy! Using simple flower-making techniques, we’ll use crepe paper to craft a flower inspired by Icelandic poppies.
We’re going to create a flat-back flower.
It’s a little easier for a first flower and having a flat back is useful for displaying on a wall, or — like the example in this class — adding a clothespin to clip onto things.
HOW TO MAKE EASY PAPER ROSE, FREE TEMPLATE
You will know Dreamy Posy from the fabulous printer paper flower that she created for Heart Handmade UK. I
t’s one of my favourite videos. Now there are TONNES of flower tutorials over on Dreamy Posy, including templates! Woo!
BEAUTIFUL DIY TISSUE PAPER FLOWERS
These are a lovely take on the easy DIY tissue papers of yore! I love the use of different toned tissue paper for a little extra dimension.
It’s a great addition to this little paper flower tutorials directory as it’s so easy.
HOW TO MAKE PAPER FLOWERS – PEONY TUTORIAL
Tissue paper peonies are my favourite! If you have a Cricut Machine, these are so easy to make. You can make several of this from one sheet of scrapbook paper.
It’s even possible to make a bouquet of paper flowers quite quickly.
FREE SVG & PRINTABLE PAPER FLOWER TEMPLATE
Oh I do love massive wallflowers! AND I love free templates. What more could you want?!
DIY GIANT PAPER FLOWERS TUTORIAL
This arrangement of giant paper flowers is just beautiful! It would look incredible at a wedding or even in a nursery.
HOW TO MAKE A HYDRANGEA WREATH
I think I need to get myself one of these Lia Griffith, Fiskars flower thingys. This wreath is fab and I might consider making a few other styles of paper flower wreath.
I will need to do a little bit of testing and I will let you know! You can find the Hydrangea Punch you need, right here.
DIY PAPER FLOWER GARLAND
I’m a HUGE fan of garlands of all kinds, especially flowers! There’s a fab video tutorial over at Avantia Morocha.
DIY TISSUE PAPER FLOWERS TUTORIAL
Now this is eye-popping!
Can you imagine how long that took to do?! No thanks! Lol, I will just admire from afar. But Rhonda could definitely start renting her skills to couples getting married if she wanted to!
GIANT PAPER FLOWERS: TEMPLATE
I do love bright colours! Pastels make my heart feel light and happy but bright colours definitely make me open my eyes and try to focus a little more intently.
This is a fabulous tutorial and the best part is that it is SO EASY. It doesn’t use a glue gun so you’re able to make petals MUCH faster!
PAPER SUCCULENT CENTERPIECE
This is so impressive! I had never considered creating a paper flower centrepiece before but I was given a beautiful antique card catalogue drawer, yes, just the one.
It has had no purpose before so I might have a new project to complete!
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HOW TO MAKE PAPER WISTERIA
I adore wisteria and love how the Leanne over at Sizzix has created this paper wisteria with her Big Shot machine!
I’ve made paper wisteria before but not using this technique. I ended up using long strips of pale purple tissue paper that I dipped in ink. It ended up looking rather lovely!
What did you think of making flowers?
Have you ever made paper flowers?
I’ve tried heavyweight paper because it’s so much easier!
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