The One with the Paper Flower Wedding Bouquet

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Check out the paper flower wedding bouquet I made for the American Crafts Blog:
Lots more pictures can be found by clicking HERE.

For my blog assignment this month I was asked to make a project - so anything except a layout - using the new I Do line. I thought a paper flower bouquet would be fun so I googled "paper flower bouquet" and found some great and simple instructions here:
It took me a few tries to get the roses looking how I wanted them to, but practice makes perfect! I recommend sitting in front of a good movie (I watched The Guardian and 500 Days of Summer) or listening to your favorite tunes while making this project because it takes awhile to cut out all of the patterns and assemble the flowers together - but it's so worth it in the end!

Supplies: Roses Paper (35032) – I Do, Orchid Paper (35033) – I Do, Peonies Paper (35035) – I Do, Anthurium Paper (35036) – I Do, Freesia Paper (35039) – I Do, Muscari Paper (35048) – I Do, Santini Mums Paper (35050) – I Do, Lace (78025) – Details, Silk (78026) – Details
Wire, wire cutters, hot glue gun, hot glue sticks, floral tape, scissors, ribbon, round pencil, sucker stick


  1. Such a pretty idea. Might have to make some for my wedding in August!

  2. I saw that same tutprial a while back and was in love! And of course had one of those "why didnt I think of that moments!" and then for my sister's birthday she got a money bouquet! They used dollar bills! It was so cool and I instantly thought of you!

    LOVE it! so pretty! So talented!

    the end

  3. It's even cooler looking in real life!

  4. Hey Paige, read that you were pregnant!! So am I.. due at the end of Sept.. :D .. Hope you have a lovely lovely first pregnancy and you enjoy every moment of it :D.

    p.s. the quickening will come soon enough, it'll take awhile with the first child :D


  5. I saw this on the American Crafts blog, it's so amazing! You are quite the dedicated paper crafter! I totally would have spaced out at step 3.


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