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Easy Tissue Paper Flowers Step 1: Prep Your Paper. Lay three sheets of unfolded tissue paper down on a flat surface. Stacking them on top pf each Step 2: Fold Your Paper.

Place the tissue paper stack in front of you portrait style. Take the bottom edge and fold in Step 3: Make Your Flowers. Staple the center of the folded tissue paper. If you want to add a stem to your paper flower, wrap a green pipe cleaner around the staple at this time. Using scissors, cut the edges into rounded “petal” shapes.

You can also cut different shapes to make different styles of flowers. Use scissors to shape both ends of the tissue paper. Scroll down a bit to see a chart of different ways you can cut the ends and how the flower will look. Fan out the folds and begin separating each layer. Fluff and shape the flower until it looks pretty.

Step-by-Step Guide to Make Easy Tissue Paper Flowers. Making tissue paper flowers is easy! Use the pictures above as a visual guide to help you create your flowers.

Step 1: Choose three large pieces of tissue paper. You can choose three coordinating colors or three of the same color. Step 2: Align the three pieces of tissue paper on top of each. DIY Spring Tissue Paper Fringe Flowers: Welcome the spring season with these colorful paper flowers, will give a warm welcome to the spring season. Layer or stack the tissue paper strips and cut fringes in them, next roll them up around a stem making a cool and colorful flower decoration.

How to Make Tissue Paper Flowers: Start with two sheets of tissue paper. I bought bulk tissue paper so it only has the center fold, but using regular tissue paper with more folds works too. Save. Save. Fold the two sheets of tissue paper in half.

Save. Then, fold in. This video shows you how to make tissue paper flowers for use in a variety of projects.

It’s easy to make tissue paper flowers with this short tutorial. You. A little bit of fragrance oil goes a long way with these faux blooms to give them a little something extra. Cut a 9-inch piece from the crepe paper streamer and fringe it with scissors.

Dab a single cotton ball with a small amount of fragrance oil, and wrap it as the stamen with paper. Fuller flowers can be created by using additional sheets of tissue paper for the various layers. Using a guillotine cutter or scissors, cut your tissue paper folds in three different lengths.

The tissue paper for the leaves and outer petals will be the longest and can be cut to the same length. Measure and Cut Tissue Paper. Layer 4-6 sheets of bottom color and 2-3 layers of top color and cut into a square. Tissue paper should be between 10-13 inches squares, depending on the type of flower you are creating. Choose Color Combination.

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Lay plastic wrap on top of the wet pigment and crease it with your fingers so that you can see shapes forming in sections from laying plastic wrap on wet pigment, experiment with larger pieces of paper and form a whole stem of hollyhock flowers.

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Lay your flowers on the paper, opening them and flattening them to create as much surface area as possible.

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Put a leaf (or flower petal) down on the sheet of watercolor paper and then cover it with another sheet of paper and three or four layers of paper towels.

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Fold a section of paper towelling, roughly one foot square (30 by 30 centimeters), into quarters, dip it into tepid water, and let most of the surplus water drip out.

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Place the flower between two sheets of tissue paper on a firm surface, then

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You can glue the pressed flowers to the paper with tiny dots of glue.

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Arrange like-size petals around each flower centre and secure the twisted ends of the petals to the centre with glue.

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Fold and crease once, open the sheet, quickly drag a wet water-color brush in a straight line along the crease, and gently pull the paper apart.

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To create the other flowers, work your brush backward and forward, rotating the paper as you go to create a fan shape.

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Add glue to the outside of the top sheet of paper, fold open and glue to the side on the bottom sheet.

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  • We can do this and clean shoes, vehicles, windows, TVs, Doors, Table, floors, Chairs I am not telling this is not good but if you know to make a flower better than this then you can use this to make your things clean ��

  • This is exactly what I’m looking for. I plan to use these for bows on gifts. Maybe on top of some curling ribbon. It’s also a good little something to show the grand girls when they come over.

  • i used the first kind of flowers for a mother’s day bouquet today and my mum didn’t even notice that they were paper until she looked more closely!!

  • Hi guys I do all of the instructions on this Vedio.. and yes i made it.. I like it.. I’m sow happy.. i also uploaded like this and post it on my YouTube channel.. plss watch it guys and like or comments guys if did I do it right:) thanks.. God Bless all:)

  • thanks so much! my sis and I were looking for something to do bc of the corona virus and we needed to stay inside. my sis suggested paper flowers and i found this and it looked so easy and fun!! tysm!!!

  • Finally a video with words. I’ve watched like 6 different videos that just played really annoying music. I just stapled them. Very easy, cute and helpful. Great video!

  • Thank you! I loved making them.  

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  • i never thought that its this simple to make a beautiful puff ball thank u very very much and so more and once agian thank u so much

  • Thank you mam this flower is so beautiful I did it..and it came out so gorgeous amazing mam u explaiped it slowly and clearly ����

  • My art teacher in elementary school in the 60’s taught the class how to make tissue paper flowers so everyone could give their mom six flowers for Mother’s Day. We brought a milk carton, or tall juice bottle from home and decorated it to put the flowers in, and we were all gleaming.

  • WOW
    WOW
    WOW
    amazing job, but, some people like me how doesn’t have the talent that you do need help if you only put a Detail Template, so we can print it and get at less, like 70% of the shape that you make, we will be grateful, and your wonderful roses can go around the world, thank you

  • I needed tissue paper flowers for a school project. I was afraid it was going to be hard, but your easy-to-follow tutorial made it so easy! Thank you!

  • Hi guys I do all of the instructions on this Vedio.. and yes i made it.. I like it.. I’m sow happy.. i uploaded like this and post it on my YouTube channel.. plss watch it guys and like or comments if did I do it right:) thanks.. God Bless all:)

  • These are gorgeous! Thank you for making this tutorial! I’m going to hang a lot of these flowers on the wall for my daughter’s first birthday party <3

  • Thank you for sharing! I made one and put it in the center of a Bundt cake (to mimic Nothing Bundt Cake) for a friend’s birthday! Looks amazing!

  • so pretty! we are making a bunch of these for a retirement party, using them for centerpieces and wall decor!Even on windows like the flowers are growing.

  • Wow na wow…sis. ang galing mo naman. Look at the views ng gawa Mo. Congrats a lot u deserved it. Am one of Ur avid fan na as in. DIY is great.

  • Just used this video to make a flower for mother’s day. I’m not crafty but it turned out really nice after following your instructions.

  • wow these are such pretty flowers! my grandma and i will make these together.i am so happy. thank you the the well detailed tuturial.

  • Thank you so much for the tutorial! My son watched this and was able to make a beautiful flower for his grandma for when we do a Mother’s Day parade for her tomorrow! It came out beautifully, and the music on your video is so peaceful, too!:) Thank you so very much for sharing!:)

  • I love how u did not hide your mistakes �� than show how to fix them, thank you! These are my mothers favorite flowers, and I’m doing some DIY projects for her for mother’s day

  • I just love Tissue Paper Flowers! This video teaches me and then I love the look of Tissue Paper flowers. Well done. I love it. I love this look of Tissue Paper flowers.

  • family members, friends and me have just made over 700 of these flipping things. They are going to be part of a marquee decoration but because they are going to be stuck onto a backdrop, instead of making pompom flowers, we have made them the same way you do but pulled all the petals forward. This makes for a denser carnation type flower.
    Its all fun!

  • I sort of intuitively realized I had to cut the edges differently, but I appreciate seeing that you have to make the yellow strip smaller! I cut it smaller after it was done. So much easier to start that way. Thank you!

  • NIce job!!! It looks gorgeous and NO ONE would know it was THIS easy!!! If, or course…we follow your great instructions!! 😉 THANK YOU SO MUCH.

  • Your video is just excellent! You made it easy to understand and the background music is lovely! I’m an old 60’s girl and was looking for a tutorial on how to make them again.
    Much ❤ to you.
    And thank you so much.

  • Thank you for this. I had extra really pretty tissue paper from a present. I didn’t want to throw it away, I made some flowers! ��

  • We used your video instructions to make beautiful tissue flowers as centerpieces for a church dinner. Absolutely wonderful, thank you so much! Can you please tell me the title of the background instrumental music? It’s mesmerizing!