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Tissue Paper Floral Blossoms



These beautiful Tissue Paper Floral Blossoms are a great way to decorate for spring and summer.  Simply take some tissue paper rosettes and adhere them to dried branches from the back yard.  You can assemble these floral branches in a large vase or put individual branches in smaller vases for a striking mantel or table display.  This is a great project for the kids to help with, too!

Tissue Paper Flowers


  • 2" scalloped punch
  • White and pink tissue paper
  • Pen
  • Hot glue
  • Dried branches



  1. I started by using my 2 inch shaped cutter. I cut white and pink tissue paper with the cutter.

    Tissue Paper Floral Branches
  2. Next step was to take a pen and place in the middle of cut out tissue paper and wrap the paper around the pen.

    Tissue Paper Floral Branches
  3. Once you have all the pink flowers formed, place a small amount of hot glue on the tip of the pink flower and place in the center of the white cut out tissue paper and form a flower just like the pink paper.

    Tissue Paper Floral Branches
  4. I used some of the pink tissue paper to make small buds to make the branches look more realistic.
  5. Once all your flowers and buds are complete, place a small amount of hot glue onto the bottom of the flower and glue onto the branches.

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