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Five Things to Make with Paper Flowers


Now that spring is officially here, what better a craft to get your hands on than paper flowers! They have exploded across the DIY blogosphere and I don’t see anyone complaining! So many different styles and materials, you’ll certainly have the supplies on hand to make at least one of these five paper flower goodies. So without further ado…

1. Paper Flower Cones: I can’t eat ice cream, but I sure could use the cones for these lovely little flower cones! AH! They are just so adorable for birthday parties and spring celebrations.


Paper Flower Cones via Oh Happy Day

2. {Giant} Paper Flower Bouquets: As much as I love real flowers, these giant paper flower bouquets have really been tugging at my peony-loving heart. I mean, how fabulous? Perfect for the non-traditional spring and summer bride!


Giant Paper Flower Bouquet Photo by Studio Castillero via Green Wedding Shoes

3. Paper Flower Wreaths: Let everyone know how old the birthday boy or girl is with these paper flower number wreaths! They are made with cupcake liners and paper plates, now there’s some paper you probably have sitting around your place!


Paper Flower Number Wreath via Creative Jewish Mom

4. Paper Flower Garland: I think I’ve had a garland in just about every round up, but they are just so fab. This flower one is no exception. I’d love to see it at an Easter brunch.


Paper Flower Garland via Oh Happy Day

5. Paper Flower Wall: Prefer the super simple? Just stick your favorite paper flowers to the wall! No restrictions on design, amount, size or pattern, get creative and make a wall installation for your next party (or how about in a nursery!?).


Paper Flower Wall via Billie Monster

Have something you’d like to see in the “Five Things to do with…” series? Let me know in the comments below!


  • Sarah McPherson

    I LOVE the paper flower cones! I saw them a couple weeks ago. I’m thinking of making them for my wedding, and writing guests names on the leaves, having them as seat markers.

  • Abbie

    I really like the number wreath. This is a good idea for my son’s first birthday coming up in a couple of months! Korean first birthdays are a big deal…this would look so sweet and elegant! Thanks for the idea tip.

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