These tissue paper flowers can be clustered together for bright center pieces on a table, set atop plates next to name cards, or used as cute little adornments to stick in vintage bottles of pop. With materials being so inexpensive, the possibilities are endless!
- tissue paper
- Layer 4 – 6 sheets of tissue paper on top of one another. The larger the flowers you aim to make, the larger the pieces of tissue paper required.
- Fold paper back and forth like an accordion. The folds should all be about the same size.
- Tie the folded set of tissue paper in the center with twine or string. Using scissors, round out the hard corners into soft edges.
- Separate the tissue layers by pulling one sheet up at a time until it resembles a full flower.
Voila, you now have a never-wilting spring flower, perfect for any occasion.
Photography by Michelle Herrick.