Paper flowers video tutorial

Hi guys! Yesterday was the first day of Spring! I am thrilled to be on our way to warmer weather and hopefully soon some blooms sprouting up! I do love the sun staying out later though, which makes the time change worth it. Living in Wisconsin means that we are a few weeks at least away from getting real flowers to grow outside. So I am sharing how you can make some artificial ones in your home! The Paper flowers video tutorial is what I am sharing today.

Paper flowers video tutorial

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Guys, these are so simple to make. I think total to make one is maybe 5 minutes, possibly. If you are like me and can’t craft without one child, animal or spouse interrupting you it might take you ten minutes. I shared them last week  and created the original tutorial post a while ago, that you can see here. But, I thought it would make for a great, quick and fun craft video!

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So in-between painting my master bedroom, shopping at Ikea, wrangling three kids and putting some of the Ikea furniture together I did this craft video. I know you all can see with the tutorial how simple it is to make. But a cute video, with fun music and sped up will show just how simple it is! By the way, you can see the fun I was having this weekend if you are following me on social media, Instagram and Facebook are the ones I stay in touch with. If you are there and follow me, send me a shout-out! I would love to get to know you all more! 

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This Paper flowers video tutorial is something I enjoyed putting together. As you can see I have a ways to go with my craft video skills, but I am loving the process so much!

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I am also loving the simple paper flowers! I have them in a few spots around my home, just to add some colors, patterns and a little whimsy to my home. I mean, I am not fooling anyone… they are obviously not real flowers. But they are so cute, you can’t help but love them anyway! I am ready for Spring, I went shopping a few weeks ago and got a few new clothes for me. Light, bright and airy Spring perfection! I am not a fashionable person, and am covered in paint most of the time. But when I am feeling fancy I like to look nice, so I splurged and got me some new clothes. Now I just need somewhere other than my kids school, Home Depot, or my home to wear them to.

Either way, my home and I am ready for Spring! 

Emily

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  1. These are beautiful and a great way to brighten things up. We’ve got snow today here in MA so I’m not feeling to spring-like. I could really use a project like this to get me in the spring mood!

    1. Emily says: Reply

      Ugh, we got snow last night and it was not a happy welcoming. Luckily it got warm enough and it all melted away already! I am soooo ready for Spring!

  2. Kristi says: Reply

    Oh my gosh! SO cute Emily! LOVE the papers you chose!!!

    1. Emily says: Reply

      Thank you so much Kristi!

  3. Love making paper flowers and I love the paper choices you made.

    1. Emily says: Reply

      Thank you! I love this simple craft!

  4. I had never even thought about making paper flowers, so this was really interesting for me to read. They turned out great!

    1. Emily says: Reply

      Thank you!

  5. These are beautiful! I am working on redecorating my daughter’s room and putting these flowers in a frame will look adorable! Thanks

    1. Emily says: Reply

      Oh these would look so cute in a little girls bedroom! My daughters room is a flowers, butterflies and leaves theme. I can’t believe I never thought to put a few of these in there. Thanks for the idea! 🙂

  6. Wow how cool is this. I love these types of projects. I think I will have to try some of these. I have the perfect spot for them.

    1. Emily says: Reply

      Thank you! I am so happy you liked the project!

  7. I have always wanted to make these. They look like cute embellishments for gifts.

    1. Emily says: Reply

      Oh that is such a great use of these!

  8. I’ve been looking for something to finish a gallery wall in my daughters room and this is *perfect*!!! …runs to craft store as fast as possible to get supplies… 😉

    1. Emily says: Reply

      Good luck! These are so simple and fun to make!

  9. Wow these are gorgeous. Very elegant!

    1. Emily says: Reply

      Thank you!

  10. What a fun craft and so much easier to do with a video tutorial!!

    1. Emily says: Reply

      Thanks! I always feel some people are more visual with learning. Also the video shows just how easy they are to make.

  11. Who would have thought paper could be so beautiful? I love that you shared a video to really show how to make them. Beautiful post.

    1. Emily says: Reply

      Thank you so much!

  12. Debra says: Reply

    These are so gorgeous! I am going to have to make some for a flower bouquet!

    1. Emily says: Reply

      Oh, putting them with a stem and a bouquet would be so pretty!

  13. Kelly says: Reply

    What a cute idea! I love all the different patterns you used. Thanks for sharing your idea!

    1. Emily says: Reply

      Thank you!

  14. Good for you making this video with everything that is going on in your world. These looks really cute and easy to make, they look easier than fabric flowers. When you roll it up is the bottom of the flower pointed? Is that why you glue a piece to the bottom of it?

    1. Emily says: Reply

      Thank you so much! The bottom of the flower is flat, when I was cutting the spiral out I left a larger portion in the center. This is what I glue the spiral petals onto. The leaves simply get glued to this flat center.

  15. What a cute idea! These are so gorgeous. I love these types of projects.
    Thanks for sharing.

    1. Emily says: Reply

      Thank you so much!

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