Camellia DIY Paper Flowers

Camellia DIY Paper Flowers
Camellia DIY Paper Flowers
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Camellia bushes bloom gloriously in the spring, but they only last about a week, and then just as fast as the came, they are gone again. To enjoy the camellia longer than a week or two in the spring, make these surprisingly easy Camellia DIY Paper Flowers.

This tutorial will show you how to make a paper flower that is simply stunning. All you need to create these beautiful blooms are a printer, metallic paper, scissors, and a glue gun. As an added bonus, learn to create a delicate wreath from your finished flowers.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueGeneral Paper Crafting

Project or Page Size8.5 inches x 11 inches

Type of Paper UsedMetallic Sheets


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These are stunning. They're perfect for a wedding or special event, but I actually want to make them as doorway decor for my new apartment!

Not paying $7 a month to get a 'free' pattern.

Hello, If you click on the gray banner on the project page that says, "Click, download, & print" then you can get the free flower template files. Please see photo for further clarification. Thanks, Krista, Editor

These would make great gift toppers or party decor.


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