Sunday, June 3, 2012

Tissue Paper Flower Tutorial


A while back I posted a similar tutorial, but it's such an easy way to wrap a present, I thought it was worth posting another one.  Not to mention, it's wedding shower season.  Have you noticed?  Top your present with a flower like this - the bride will love it!

Tissue Paper Flower Supplies:
- (5) sheets tissue paper, cut to 7" x 12"
- 1 piece floral wire, 12" long


1. Cut your tissue paper to size and place short side in front of you.

2.  Fold accordion style in 1" folds until your tissue paper looks like this:


3.  Cut ends of tissue paper into half circles, like I did in photo below, or cut into points for a different effect.

 
4. Fold floral wire in half and place in the middle of tissue paper.  Twist ends to secure.




5.  Carefully pull up the first layer of tissue paper.


6.  Continue pulling each layer up toward the top until all layers of tissue are separated and flower is formed.

7.  Now, to wrap the present.  I've mentioned it lots of times before on the blog - my favorite way to wrap presents is with simple Kraft paper.  I just love the natural look of it and it makes a great background for almost any color of ribbon or bow.


8.  Attach flower to ribbon and your package is ready.







Make a few flowers at once to keep on hand and the next time you need to wrap a present, you will be ready!


36 comments:

  1. Very pretty-and easy too! Thank you for the tutorial!

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  2. SO gorgeous and extra special for a gift! Love this!

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  3. I love these! I wish I would've had this for the baby shower I went to today! :) You post great diy's, alissa!!! :)

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  4. Beautiful. I learned this in craft class a long time ago, but never really made it. Will have to do it soon.

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  5. thank you so much for putting this post together! have wanted to know how to put these together for some time, and your tutorials are always so well done

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  6. I find it so cool when people do things like that haha. I'm going to have to attempt it, its really pretty!:)

    www.KiaBellissima.blogspot.com

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  7. I like when little touches like that make such a big impact. It looks chic-er than just using one of those store bought bow thingys, lol.

    xx

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  8. Such a simple, but beautiful idea. LOVE it, Alissa!

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  9. Wow! You make this look like something even I could do! I pinned it!

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  10. It makes the gift look so nice and what an easy project!

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  11. What a great tutorial! I love wrapping in kraft paper, too. I used to work in a mom-and-pop bookshop and we wrapped our books in kraft paper - I always thought it was so classic and a bit romantic :)

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  12. Love this--so simple and so pretty! Maybe I'll add one to decorate end-of-the-year teachers' gifts this year. :)

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  13. Love it! Yay for quick and easy...and fabulous!

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  14. Oh my, this is so beautiful! You did a great job explaining it, too!

    I would LOVE for you to stop in and link it up in our weekly Crafty Showcase. It runs Sat.- Thur and then we have a Feature Friday post that announces our Designers Favorites. Come over and share!!

    Susie @Bowdabra
    http://bowdabrablog.com/2012/06/02/saturday-showcase-craft-projects-4/

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  15. Simply elegant. Thanks for the step-by-step.

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  16. That is so pretty and easy too! thanks for this!

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  17. I am totally limited when it comes to crafty things. This came out adorable anyway! Super pretty and easy to do. Thanks!

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  18. This looks so good! I linked up for the first time today :) Excited to become part of your weekly Tasty Tuesday group!

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  19. Beautiful! Hope mine is as gorgeous as yours! Thanks for sharing.

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  20. Found this on pinterest and its amazing! Thank you thank you for the tutorial!!

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  21. Great and beautiful tutorial!! You have a new follower.
    Love from Spain.

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  22. Used the same method in high-school to make flowers for our class float for homecoming parade. Forgot all about it until I saw this!!!! Memories.....

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  23. Tried this just last weekend and it turned out beautifully! Great accent to a birthday present! Following your pretty blog :)

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  24. Beautiful flower, beautiful photos! Thanks for the how-to.

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  25. Hi, I am with Sage Magazine and we would love to feature this in our April issue. Just let us know if you are interested. Thank you! sagemagazineonline@gmail.com, sagemagazineonline.com

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  26. The look is amazing and it is sooo simple.

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  27. The look is amazing and it is sooo simple.

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  28. Beautiful and I especially love the color combination.

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  29. V nice n well explained tute.. V beautiful color combo :-)

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  30. Thanks for the great tutorial! I'm going to feature it on my blog www.twentysomethingbows.blogspot.com this afternoon :)

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  31. Thanks for the great tutorial! I'm going also to feature it on my blog www.blumenfabrik.blogspot.com

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  32. Love this! I've made 2 so far and it really adds something special to gifts. It's so easy to do. Thank you.

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  33. Beautiful flower and great tutorial, you make it look easy.

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