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yellow tissue paper How to Make Paper Flowers - Hyacinths, Rose Buds, Giant Sweet Peas and More

by:Mengsheng     2020-03-12

Flower making is a good craft.You can do a lot of amazing changes, especially all the materials on the market today.Many people are making their own wedding flowers and corsages, and they also use their own hand-made flowers in parties and special events.Let your own flowers place the gift instead of the bow, which will add a special personal feeling.Decorate the surroundings of the house with handmade flowers, add timeless colors, or make seasonal bouquets to change the mood.Children like colorful art.Making flowers is a great way to spend a lazy rainy afternoon.The flowers here are easy to make, with a variety of colors, shapes and styles.Once you 've got the hang of it, you can spend a lot in a very short time, adding color to almost any occasion.These paper flowers are fast and cheap to make.They are also very simple and can be handled easily by children.Wrinkled paper or thin paper is the best paper to use when making paper flowers.Each paper has its own unique advantages, and they all have a variety of beautiful rainbow colors.For flowers with large petals, wrinkled paper is particularly useful.It can be gently stretched between the thumb and the index finger to make the petals curl.If you want to stretch the wrinkled paper, make sure that when cutting, the texture of the paper is in the opposite direction as you want the paper to stretch.Thin paper is more suitable for making delicate and fragile flowers.Depending on the number of tissue layers used, petals can become more or less transparent.Fold the selected colored paper towels until you have seven layers of paper towels.Cut two circles 4 inch in diameter from the folded paper towel.You have fourteen laps of paper towels now.Put the seven layers of paper towels together, fold them once and fold them again so you can do it with a fan-The shape layer of the tissue.Fix the layer together with a pin at the bottom tip of the fan shape (if you don't have a stapler, you can replace it with two or three needles ).Make the other seven layers of tissue into fan shape in the same way.Pin the two fan shapes together (or stitch them together ).Take the wire 12 inch long and form a small hook on the top.Cycle this over the connection between the two fans-Shape the organizational layer and press the cycle into a circle to fix it firmly.Cut a Green Paper towel about 18 inch long and about inches wide.Using a transparent adhesive, stick one end firmly to the top of the online bar, then gradually glue the rest of the wire bar until it is fully covered.Fix at the bottom of the stem with a little transparent glue.Carefully open the layers of tissue that form flowers until they form a complete "ball" at the top of the stem ".(Be careful not to tear up the organization at this stage.Make Multi-Cut out the seven circles of one colored tissue and the seven circles of the other, and alternately layer for each fan shape.Follow the rest of the direction of a single color flower.Experiment with different types of scissors and cutting techniques.Scallop edges or create other edge designs to change the flowers around.The leaves add authenticity to your flowers.These simple instructions can be used for all types of flowers listed on this page.Start with some shiny green paper.Cut two identical leaf shapes, the widest part is about 5 inch long and about 2 inch long.Make sure that each leaf shape has a short stem that wraps around the stem of the flower.Stick the two leaf shapes together, stretch out on the right side, and mark the leaf vein with a knitted needle or similar blunt needle when the adhesive is dryended object.Wrap the stem of the leaves on the stem of the flower, below the actual prosperity.Fixed with transparent adhesive.When the adhesive is completely dry, you can curl the leaves slightly by gently touching the blunt edges of your thumb and knife.The picture on the right shows a variety of different leaf shapes you can copy.You don't have to be dominated by a flower's essentially leaves, but you can use a variety of different shapes and sizes in your arrangement.Some leaves can be attached to the flower stems, as described by the giant daisies, and other leaves can be placed separately with paper flowers in a vase to make your arrangement fuller and more balanced.These cute little flowers look great hiding in the larger paper flowers.When a pack of wrinkled paper is still folded, cut a 3 \ "strap from one of the shorter ends.Cut the top of this folding bar as shown in the picture on the right.Expand the note, as you go, gently stretch the top curved part of the paper between the thumb and the index finger to form the petal shape, as shown below, and the petals bend inward.Gradually entangle the petal strip three or four times until it is like the center of a rose bud.Now continue to stretch the straps into petal shapes, but let them bend outward.Continue to circle again and again until you reach the rose buds of the desired size.Cut off any remaining paper and fix the bottom of the rose bud by winding the wires., You may find it easier to fix the bottom of the flower first with a very large paper clip.Take another wire with a length of 4 \ "and wrap it around the bottom of the flower first, then remove to form the stem.Cut a green tissue of about 12 "1/4 long" and wrap it around the bottom of the flower, fixed with a transparent adhesive.Continue to wrap the green tissue around the online Bar, completely cover it, and fix it on the base with glue.For example, pink and white, as described above, wrap two or three rings of petals in one color.Then continue to contrast the colored petals with the other two or three laps.-These are a little smaller than described above, and the widest part is 3 inch x 1 inch.These are also easy to make.Take a paper towel and fold it up until you have five layers of paper towels.On this folded paper towel, draw four circles with lead.When I do this, I draw my circle with a compass, with a diameter of 8 inch.Cut the organized circles, place them on a top, form a cross, and the circles overlap an inch in the center of the cross.Through a needle through the center of the flower, a small hole is formed through the tissue layer.Take a wire of 6 inch in length and form a small hook on it.Clamp the tissue layer firmly between the thumb and index finger, through the straight end of the wire through the hole, pushing the tissue layer along the wire until they lean against the hook.Guided by a small coin, draw and cut a small circle with a small black note to form a poppy center.Fixed with transparent adhesive.Done by tying the poppies thread bar with a green paper towel 12 inch x inch long.Fixed under the flowers and at the bottom of the stem with a transparent adhesive.I used crumpled paper and thin paper when making these flowers.The wrinkle paper is very versatile and it also has the ability to stretch gently, which is how you can achieve large petals as realistic as the petals in "Giant sweet peas.Paper towels are especially useful for more delicate flowers such as pink and blue wind letters.Take a wire with a length of 6 inch and form a small hook on the top.To form the center of the Chrysanthemum, take a yellow paper towel and roll it into a small ball about inches.Fix it on the hook at the top of the wire with a little adhesive.Take another small piece of yellow paper towel and cover the ball with a little transparent adhesive to make its surface smooth.Take two sheets of paper, 6 inch long, 2 inch deep, one yellow and one green.Fold half vertically and cut one line each deep along the folded edge.Do these cuts every inch.Spread the strips flat, then bend each strip vertically with the original fold as shown in Figure 1, and stick the lower edge of the paper towel together.Stick the yellow tassel strip to the top of the green strip to let the adhesive dry.Wrap these straps around Daisy's center three times and fix them with adhesive.Cut two white wrinkled paper 9 inch long and 2 inch wide, the width of the grain-wise.Cut 2 inch deep along the length of these strips, cut at inches intervals.The stripes made of it will form Daisy's petals.Cut the top two corners of each petal to make it point.Take two crumpled paper with tassels, stick together along the bottom, starting with the first petal on the top note falling between the first two petals of the lower note, and the petals are staggered.When the adhesive is dry, carefully wrap the tape around the bottom of Daisy's center to ensure that the petals are evenly distributed.Fix the tape in place with adhesive.Cut a 12 inch-wide green tissue.Wrap one end at the bottom of the flower and fix it in place with adhesive.Continue to wrap the green tissue around the online Bar until it is fully covered.Fixed on base with adhesive.Cut two identical slightly curled long leaf shapes from shiny green paper, with the widest part about 5 inch long.Make sure that the stem of the leaf shape is short in length and can be wound around the chrysanthemum stem.Stick the two leaf shapes together with a transparent adhesive, stretch out on the right side, and then in the leaf vein with a knitted needle or toothpick.Wrap the stem of the leaves near the stem of the chrysanthemum and fix it with adhesive.By gently touching the leaves between the thumb and the blunt edge of the knife, give it a real curl.Although these paper flowers are not made up of many small flowers like natural wind letters, they have the delicate appearance of the beautiful flowers.They can be displayed separately, make an attractive arrangement with a few leaves, or you can make a few with bright flowers, complementary colors, and place them in a vase, add colorful colors to any room.Take some paper towels in your chosen color and cut a piece of paper 30 inch long and 5 inch deep.Fold half vertically, then fold three times in another way.Your tissue can now be 3 inch long and 2 inch deep.Keep the folded edges together and cut from that edge at inches intervals, making each cut about 1 inch long.In doing so, spread the tissue strips vertically and cut them into four equal lengths.Take each length in turn, expand it, and lay it flat on the surface of your work.Gently bend it back, lean against the original fold, and stick the two lower edges together, as shown on the right.When you do this for all four pieces, stick the four pieces together along the bottom edge and make sure to keep the edge level.Take a wire 8 inch long and carefully fold four petals over the top of the wire.When you do this, as you do each circle, gradually work a little under the line bar to give the characteristic length of the kite flower.Fix with adhesive when you work around.Cut a 16 inch long, 1/inch wide green paper towel and stick to one end with a clear adhesive on the top of the thread bar right below the flower.Gradually wrap the green tissue around the stem, completely covering it with adhesive and fixing it to the bottom.Using bright pink and purple creases, four circles with a diameter of 7 inch are cut out, each in two colors.Place a pink circle at the top of the purple circle, half fold, then half fold, which will give you a fan shape.Nail or stitch at the bottom of the fan to keep it safe.Do the same thing with the other two circles, but put the purple on the pink one this time.Bind (or sew) two fans together so that the bottom of a fan is about every inch.Take the 8 inch length wire rod and form a small hook on the top, fixed on the connection of the two fan shapes.Bend the hook to keep it safe and add a little adhesive if necessary.Cover the thread bar with a green paper towel, as described in "Wind letter.Upon completion, open the multi-layer wrinkle paper into the shape shown in the photo, and as you do so, gently stretch them with your thumb and index finger.Flowers made of silver kitchen foil or brightly colored foil can make a beautiful display.Most of us already have silver kitchen foil in the house, so it's a great way to start your flower making trip.If you are going to start with a plain kitchen foil, you first need a wire frame to connect the foil.The wire for the florist is suitable, but you can also use a medium sized galvanized line, a plastic covered garden line or a plumbing cleaner.Cut several wires about 12 inch long with pliers.These will form the petals of your flowers, and you need four lengths for each flower.Then cut off the required number of bars, each of which is about 18 inch long.Take four wires 12 inch long, each bent in half, and gather the cutting ends together (Figure ).Screw the ends of the wire firmly together using pliers (Figure B ).Open each time on a piece of wire to form a petal shape (Figure C ).Four petal shapes are cut out from the foil, each about 1 inch more than the wire shape.Cover each wire petal with a piece of foil to smooth the edge to the underside of the petal.Take the wire 18 inch long, bend about 2 inch in the center of the flower, wrap the wire around the cutting end of the petal to fix it firmly.Cut a piece of foil and wrap it up with twisted wires on the back of the flower.To change the shape of the flower, make the wire petals into a heart-shaped, triangular or wavy shape and press around as before.When you make a few flowers in this way, you can put them in a vase or a beautiful bottle to show.Fill with sand or small stones to keep the bar in the desired position.Colored foil is usually made on the back with a rather hard sheet of white paper.This makes it easy to cut and handle, and as a bonus, you just need to use the cord of the flower stem.Petals are easy to form.Keep in mind that if the foil you are using has a white back, fold it in half before cutting the shape and fold it on the right side to prevent the white display.I hope you enjoy the different types of flowers made with wrinkled paper, thin paper and tin paper.Now that you have the foundation of these flowers, use your imagination to create more.Thank you for coming and making happy!
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