MAY PAPER CRAFT CHALLENGE DAY 7: PAPER FLOWER BOUQUET
Here is an easy Spring/Mother's Day project that's bright, cheerful, and fun: a paper flower bouquet!
These little pretties remind me so much of daisies, but I couldn't just make them all yellow or white. I love playing with colour - that's the best part of any craft! So I chose colours that make me smile, and got to work!
TOOLS & MATERIALS:
Card stock, including green
DIRECTIONS (FOR EACH FLOWER):
Use the scallop punch to make the base shape of the flower.
At each point, make a cut towards the centre, being careful not to go right thru.
Hot glue a pom pom to the centre of the flower.
Curl one end of a pipe cleaner as shown, and glue to the back of the flower.
Finally, use the heart punch to make the "leaf". Apply hot glue down the middle of it, and stick it to the back of the flower's stem.
Total project time: about 30 minutes for six flowers.
Join me in the May Paper Craft Challenge!