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Dainty Little Tissue Paper Flowers


Updated April 20, 2017
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Dainty Little Tissue Paper Flowers
Dainty Little Tissue Paper Flowers
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Prepare for preciousness when you try making these Dainty Little Tissue Paper Flowers. These beautiful tissue paper flowers are both bold and sweet. Learn how to make paper flowers easily and beautifully with this easy paper crafts tutorial.

Paper craft ideas like these are always a thrill because DIY paper flowers can be both pretty and functional as pieces of home decor. Get started today and have a blast making paper flowers, and create timeless floral pieces for your home, all with one fabulous paper crafts project.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Type of Paper UsedTissue Paper


Materials List

  • Tissue paper
  • Stick pin with decorative end
  • Floral tape
  • Floral wire – optional
  • Scissors


  1. Cut three different sized strips of tissue paper.  Fold into squares.

  2. Layer largest to smallest.

  3. Put pin through the middle.

  4. Use floral tape to secure the pin to the wire if you want a longer stem, or just to cover the pin itself.

  5. Trim each layer of tissue paper into circles.

  6. Crinkle up each layer to create your flower.

What color tissue paper would you use to make your paper flowers?

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I really like blue shades, so I would probably use white and teal or aqua.


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