12 Things: Paper Flowers

I do a lot of work making books, sizing and cutting paper, which means I have PILES of scrap paper laying around. Finding ideas to use little (and not so little) bits is always a good thing. Here’s a list of paper flower ideas to use up all those pieces.

Rice Paper Flowers

Love this tutorial – these look like icing flowers!

Rice Paper Flowers – (Our Fun Life)
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Snowflake Flower

Snowflake(All That Glitter)
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Paper Flower Wreathe

Several great ideas for paper flowers, combined into this fabulous wreath

Floral Wreath - (Finding Time to Create)
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Rustic Paper Flowers

A couple of nice varieties on this site

Rustic Paper Flowers – (Sunflowers & Dragonflies)
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Petal Flowers

Scallop Petal Flowers(Dawn’s Stamping Studio)
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Paper Carnations

Tissue paper Carnations(Folding Trees)
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Have some extra golf balls? Use them to make tissue paper flowers.

Tissue Paper & Golf Balls - (LollyChops)
This blog has several nifty ideas for paper flowers
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Oversized brown paper flower

Oversized Rustic Paper Flower(Ma Nouvelle Mode)
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Poppies

So pretty!

Paper Poppies(Sweet Afton Studio)
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Crepe Paper Flowers

Crepe Paper Flowers(SuperChick Studios)
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Really nice little collection of flower types

DIY Flowers - (Scrapbooks, Etc.)
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Layered Flowers

Nice and clean book paper flowers

Book Paper Flowers(Creations by Kim)

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One Response to 12 Things: Paper Flowers

  1. Beth Norman says:

    Great post. Thank you for linking me up.

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