If there is one thing I know, it’s paper flowers. Literally, I wrote a book on it (coming to you September 2016!) (< that was a subtle plug) ( > this is my not so subtle plug in hoping y’all will buy a copy when the time comes, and not just because it’s mine, but because I’m tired of the internet telling us that making paper flowers requires 35 steps and a $46 shipment of Italian crepe paper, and I wanted a book that demonstrated otherwise – THIS IS IT!). But I digress…
The good folks at I Love to Create asked me to share a simple, straightforward paper flower craft you can make in a matter of minutes. And you know what? This honker will impress your pants off. It’s large here, but you can make it teensy, or blow it up bigger than your coffee table. I worked hard to get the formula right and the steps are simple enough for a kindergartner.
Mothers Day. Cinco deMayo. Birthdays. Tuesdays. Everyday is a great day to make paper flowers!
Get your tissue paper ready and head on over for the tutorial!