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Paper flowers are so, so popular right now. They are gorgeous, on-trend and spectacular to look at. I’m honored to have Abbi, from Mama’s Gone Crafty, here today to share another fabulous tutorial and paper rose template! If you didn’t catch her How to Make Paper Flowers post, you’ll definitely want to check that out as well.
The paper rose is one of my most sought after designs, because, well who doesn’t love roses?! In this post I’m sharing my 6 different rose templates I’ve designed over the last few years.
Paper flowers are so much fun to make. Partly, I think because you can tweak a little here and there, curl a petal forward instead of backwards, and completely change the look.
Of course they can be used any way a real flower can too. Plus, they will never wilt or need to be thrown away!
Before I tell you about all these fabulous paper roses I have to make that boring statement…
***These flower designs are my personal creations and also my bread and butter to my family, so pretty please do not under any circumstances use these for anything other then personal event decor; I know you’re too awesome to do such a thing anyways right? I do LOVE seeing what creations you come up with so please feel free to share them with me. Thanks!
(I do offer event planner licenses if you wish to use my templates to build flowers for events. Contact me about an event license if you are interested.)
So let’s jump into a bed of paper roses… 😉
1. Scarlet Style Rose
I’m also in love with Scarlet because the pictures turned out so perfect! I’m sure my fellow photography geeks will understand! Check out the templates.
2. Ruffle Rose
3. Ruby Rose
4. Rosie Giant Rose
These last two roses are my latest designs. It’s really crazy to see how far I’ve come. I wish I had an old photo of what some of my first flowers looked like. Let’s just say I’ve done a lot of improving!And on that note, make sure to be patience with yourself when making these. It does take some practice.
Ansley is the latest hottest rose from my Paper to Petal Artistry design collection. In fact I just posted the video tutorial.