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Foiled Paper Hyacinth Tutorial

Once you learn how to make paper flowers at home, you'll have a blooming bouquet of handsome hyacinth all year round!

By: The Designers from
Updated April 08, 2019
Foiled Paper Hyacinth Tutorial
Foiled Paper Hyacinth Tutorial

Everyone loves the delicate and enchanting beauty of flowers, but the price of keeping a fresh bouquet in the house isn’t quite as attractive. Now you can ditch the expensive trip to the florist but keep your home looking exquisite with this paper flower tutorial.

After you learn how to make paper flowers at home with this hyacinth tutorial from Rinea, you can add magnificent metallic foil flair to any room. The whole family will love the zany yet charming look of these coiled cuties around the house, and they're a breeze to make!

All you need is your favorite foil papers from Rinea, a skewer, and a few other tools to make these paper flowers come to life. There's no need to leave that table undecorated when it's so easy to add beauty in the form of this centerpiece.

Have a bewitching bouquet any season of the year when you begin crafting paper flowers.

BONUS: Win Rinea Foiled Paper Packs, Ink & Dies to use when making this project!

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Type of Paper UsedMetallic Sheets


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Rinea Double Sided Foiled Paper in one or more color/texture sheets
  • Emerald Star-struck or Glossy foiled paper
  • Thin skewer
  • Die cutter
  • Glue


  1. Hand cut a strip of Emerald Star-struck or Glossy foiled paper that is 2’’ wide and at least 8’’ long.

  2. Starting at a corner, wrap it around a thin stick (skewer) to make the stem. Glue along in random places, careful not to glue the paper to the stick. Remove the stick and set aside to dry.

  3. Die cut two of the wide pieces with straight cuts in the color and texture of your choice. Glue the ends together and set aside to dry.

  4. Roll each straight cut piece using the thin strick starting from the open and all the way down.

  5. Beginning at the top of the stem, start gluing the uncut strip of the rolled curls going down in a spiral. Make sure the curls are facing out. Set aside to dry.

  6. Adjust the curls for the desired look.

  7. Die cut Emerald Starstruck or Glossy foiled paper for leaves and glue below the flower.

What's your favorite flower to display in your house? Let us know below in the comments!

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