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Paper Rose Boutonniere

Paper Rose Boutonniere
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paper flowers | Talk Crafty To Me Why not brighten up your gloomy winter day, by making your own paper flowers. This super simple project takes only about 5 mins and is sure to brighten any room. Add them to twigs or branches for an instant bouquet or simply throw them in a bowl. Originally created by Martha Stewart, Wendy from DoziDesign has whipped up a quick tutorial. Head on over there and start making flowers to your heart’s content. Pictures from Dozi & Jen Elisebeth. related posts

Balls / Pomanders: Daisy Design If you want to make your own wedding pew decorations, try these elegant wedding kissing balls (also known as pomander balls). These pomanders are made out of paper daisies and are very easy to make. These pomanders would also be a great way to decorate at your reception or as a bridal bouquet design idea if you are planning on making your own bouquet. Materials for Daisy Wedding Kissing Balls 4" Styrofoam ball Cardstock paper: 1 – 4 colors 12 brads (for one ball) X-acto knife 2 or 3 punches (we used EK Success XL and Medium daisy punch, Martha Stewart cornflower punch)Hot glue gun Ribbon Scissors 35 – 40 pearl head pins (for one ball): 6mm Note: Our flower example shows two different shapes in the center of the flower, but to save money you could purchase just the large flower punch and one small center punch. Instructions for Daisy Wedding Kissing Balls Using your flower shaped paper punches, punch out for each flower: 5 of the large flowers, and 2 centers (one in each color and shape).

Pomander Balls: Peony Design These peony pomander balls (also known as wedding kissing balls) are very elegant and easy to make. And if you are on a tight budget and need some cheap wedding flower ideas, then these pomanders would be the perfect choice. These pomander balls could be used to decorate the pews, or your reception or even as a bridal bouquet design if you are planning on making your own bouquet. Materials For Wedding Pomander Balls 4" Styrofoam ballCoffee filters (4 cup basket style)RibbonSpray bottle for waterScissorsPearl head pins (1.5" and 3")Watercolor paintPaintbrushWax paperPaper towels How To Make Paper Flowers: Peony Design Print and cut out the paper flower patterns. Note: Each flower requires 4 "large petals", 4 "medium petals" and 4 "centers". One 4" ball takes 12 peony flowers, which requires 36 filters. One filter will make 16 accent flowers, and one ball needs around 20. The first step to painting your flowers is to lightly spray them with water. Kat Says: Ruquiyah Foye Says: Id'z Says:

DIY Project: Paper Flower Boutonnieres Paper flower boutonnieres are fun and easy to make. They'll add a touch of charm to any wedding. Don't feel limited to paper though! Use feathers, beads, seashells, whatever strikes your fancy! • Tissue paper (in similar colors) $.99 pack of 10 sheets• 18-guage cloth covered stem wire (pack of 12) $1.49• Artificial stamens (pearl topped flower sprays) $1.99 Optional Moss-Wrapped Boutonniere:• Green Floral Tape $1.49• Sphagnum Moss $2.49• Crochet floss/thread $1.60• Craft Glue $.99• Succulents, interesting leaves and foliage Free (or purchase for approx. $1 each)• Scissors Quick Tip: For a masculine touch, use slow-wilting succulents, sticks and leaves from the garden to embellish the rustic boutonniere. All materials were purchased at Michael’s with the exception of tissue paper from a local art store and live plants are from the backyard. For Paper Flower Boutonniere:Step 1: Secure 12 stamens (or 6 pairs) onto stem wire using green floral tape. Step 3: Fluff out petals.

Kirigami Cherry Blossom Instructions This kirigami cherry blossom utilizes the origami pentagon base to create a pretty 5-petal cherry blossom. Made this origami? Comment and Submit your photo using the comment box at the end of this page! Kirigami Cherry Blossom Step 1: Start by folding the origami pentagon base. We've created a separate page of instructions for this base that you can refer to. Follow Steps 1 to 9 and you should have the following to start with. Kirigami Cherry Blossom Step 2: Draw the following pattern onto the paper. Kirigami Cherry Blossom Step 3: Cut the paper along the pattern. Kirigami Cherry Blossom Step 4: Now unfold the paper gently... and your kirigami cherry blossom is complete! The same kirigami on a dark brown paper....

19 Ways To Make Ribbon Flowers: {How-To Pretty ribbon flowers can be used to embellish all kinds of things such as tote bags, headbands, hair clips, shirts, brooches, scrapbooks and albums, gift toppers, etc. They can be made from assorted trims like organza, velvet, satin, grosgrain, pleated…you name it, there’s a flower you can make out of it! Here are over a dozen tutorials showing you how to make them including folded roses and ruffly flowers, enjoy! Ribbon Flower Tutorial: Simple method involving weaving thread through the ribbon and gathering it into a flower. Embellish with pretty buttons. No-Sew Rosette: Shows how to make a pretty flower using wired edge ribbon and a dab of hot glue. Pin: Another tutorial showing how to make a pretty flower using wire edged ribbon, folding and sewing. Pleated: Made with satin or grosgrain pleated ribbon, a bit of glue, a piece of chipboard and a button.

Whimsical Paper Flowers! Posted May 24, 2010 | 8 Comments Who knew paper could be so cute? We love these paper flowers that are blooming up all over the web! Recycled + re-purposed paper flowers are eco-friendly and will not wilt. Plus, they add a touch of whimsy to your wedding! Walk down the aisle with a bouquet, or use these stylish stems as your centerpieces! Here are some of our favorite hand-picked blooms: { source } { source } { source } { source } { source } { source } { source } { source } Paper Flower Tealight Battery powered tea lights have been popular for a couple of years now. They are great party decorations because unlike regular candle tea lights, these are safe. This paper project decorates a tea light with a paper flower design made out of card stock and is easy and fast to make. These flower would look absolutely gorgeous on a buffet table or as a table decoration. All you have to do is cut out flower parts and hot glue them onto the plastic led tea light. 1.Download the tea light flower project template here. 2.Cut out 7 petals from light colored card stock. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

DIY storybook paper roses | DIY Wedding DIY storybook paper roses You’re going to love today’s DIY project so much that you’re going to want to start tearing pages out from old books tonight! Remember the storybook roses in Shanna + Richard’s wedding? Sweet, right? Floral designer, Cathy Brim of Bloom Floral Design created the elegant branch bouquets seen in their ceremony using Valerie Lloyd’s paper roses design, and now we’re jumping-out-of-the-pages excited that Valerie is sharing her DIY secrets with you! <img class="alignnone size-full wp-image-17711" title="diy-paper-flowers-1" src="<a pearltreesdevid="PTD650" rel="nofollow" href=" class="vglnk"><span pearltreesdevid="PTD651">http</span><span pearltreesdevid="PTD653">://</span><span pearltreesdevid="PTD655">www</span><span pearltreesdevid="PTD657">. Step 1: Gather materials. Step 2: Cutting. Step 3: Shaping. Step 4: Rolling the center. Step 5: Attaching petals. Step 6: Finishing.

DIY Vintage Bottle Hanging Manzanita Branch Centerpiece Next up is Ashley’s DIY suspending glass centerpiece. Using small vintage bottles and manzanita branches, she created a gorgeous centerpiece that could be used to decorate escort card or guest book tables. The first place winner will receive $500 and second place a $100 gift certificate to Wendy Mink Jewelry, so this is huge. Voting won’t start till all selected entries are published, so sit tight! Materials Needed: - A variety of vintage glass bottles in all sizes, such as old medicine & perfume bottles, and lonely salt-shakers that have lost their companion along the way. Prep work: Wash and clean off old glass bottles. Instructions: Step 1: Take wire and measure across the neck of the bottle, add a little slack, cut the wire Step 2: Wrap the wire around the bottle just below the rim, and loosely fasten it.