How to Make Paper & Fabric Flowers

Paper and fabric flowers are the perfect DIY project. Not only are they eco-friendly, but they are also a great alternative to those of us who are allergic to real flowers.

If you want to reuse some old fabric or have a ton of unused tissue paper we have a few ideas on how to make paper and fabric flowers for your wedding or any day of the week!

Need a simple rose centerpiece? All you need is a pencil, scissors, vases, hot glue gun, and a few branches. These easy to follow pictures (below) will guide you through making a very simple and beautiful centerpiece.

I love all of these ideas below and there perfect for the handmade bride. But, if your worried you won’t be able to pull off some of these ideas don’t worry, check out Etsy!

This bouquet can be made to fit any type of wedding. From formal to casual you can match it perfectly to your wedding colors.

Wondering how to make it? Check out the How To at Martha Stewart Weddings!

Want more ideas? Check out Martha Stewart’s How to make paper and fabric wedding flowers gallery. 🙂

Photos courtesy of Oh! Crafts, DIY Inspired, {next 2} Martha Stewart Weddings, Looks Pretty Good To Me, Kara Hansens Blog, and Emmaline Bride.

TGIF & Happy Crafting!

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