(Closed) Fabric/paper/tissue paper/crepe paper flowers?

posted 5 years ago in DIY
Post # 4
1101 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

@Pixienickie:  I have made the Kusudama origami for bouts & cocktail hour decor.  I used 12″x12″ paper, not cardstock –lighter, to make these (1st & 3rd pic)


I have also made these using just regular white copy paper that I paint before assembling (the painting part is easy).  The oversized ones are for centerpieces, but I also did much smaller versions for corsage pins. (2nd pic).


i have the tutorials here if interested: http://craftywedding.wordpress.com.  There are several tutorials on here,  when I’m on my regular computer I can send you the direct tutorials if you like.

Post # 5
87 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

My are still in work, so no pictures.  I started cutting out roses and quickly realized how much work I had created.  So I bought a Sillhoutte Cameo and have bought some of the paper flower patterns from the website.  Its going great so far!

Post # 7
344 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

Yes ma’am! I did exactly what you did: I made my bouquets, boutonnieres, and corsages for the grandmas. And then I hired a florist to do centerpieces.

I wanted them to look a bit more realistic than the felt flowers I usually see online, so I didn’t use any buttons or embroider my flowers. I used felt, and I love them.

I followed basic online tutorials for making felt roses and chrysanthemums, then played around and designed my own daisies and other flowers. When it was time to attach the stems I couldn’t find any tutorials that worked for me, so I made up my own method and posted a tutorial on my blog: 

Hope this helps, and good luck!! 

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