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How to Make Crepe Paper Flowers

Updated December 11, 2017
How to Make Crepe Paper Flowers
How to Make Crepe Paper Flowers
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You can make crepe paper flowers in a breeze with this fantastic tutorial. These crepe paper streamer flowers are wildly easy to make. Learn how to make paper flowers for any event, be it a wedding, baby shower, bridal shower, birthday party, or even for Easter. They look great during spring but would also brighten a home in the dead of winter. The tutorial includes step-by-step photos to follow along! They couldn't be easier to put together and they are so frugal, too! This is a beautiful crafty skill to learn.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsPaper

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Easy

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • E-Z Runner Permanent Strips
  • Crepe Paper Streamers
  • Dowel Rod
  • Scissors

Instructions

  1. The process is so simple. Apply your E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips along one edge of the length of crepe you decided to work with. Repeat for each strip of crepe paper you add to the flower.

  2. Now start wrapping the crepe paper around the dowel. Be sure to gather some as you go.

  3. Pinch and gather as you go around the dowel to form the flower. Watch as you wrap. You can see if you need to gather more.

  4. Its as simple as that! This fun flower can be added to a project. Add several to a vase to make a bouquet, or add then to a wreath.

  5. Tip: If you want to add it to a project and don’t need it to have a stem, just use a wire cutter to cut it off. Be sure to leave just enough to hold your flower together.

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