The great thing about this DIY flowers project is that you can make it as simple or as complicated as you wish. You don’t always need to make bouquets you can do single flowers with or without stems. For this reason this makes a great project for an avid crafter or a school project. I know a few schools are looking at using a range of materials creatively and improve their mastery of art and design techniques so this project would be perfect and fit in with the curriculum.
Today we will take a look at 4 different methods of creating gorgeous DIY flowers.
Method 1 to create a paper flower bouquet we love this one from Confetti Day Dreams
Follow her tutorial and you can achieve a stunning bouquet like this one which we absolutely love! We have a stunning range of natural papers that would work well for this look and give a great range of mixed designed flowers- a brilliant edition to the home (if your like us and you don’t to water flowers)
This next method to create stunning poppy’s (perfect for this time of year) is a great activity for children take a look at the tutorial from Mum in the mad house. You can get your stems and buttons from us and see what time of poppies you can create (this will definitely be a project we will be trying at home as we come up to remembrance day)
The next method is to create origami flowers are simple enough for children but entertaining to make for crafters of all ages follow the step by step guide provided by Dream a Little Bigger. Again we think our natural papers would be amazing for this or even some spring crepe OR make lots with our AMAZING value big paper bundle!
We decided to give our own DIY flowers a go using our festive tissue step pack and iridescent stems you can take a look at our full ‘how to’ by clicking here. As we are coming up to Christmas we thought that a Christmas theme was the way to go- we then used of our our old shaker jars and some of our snow balls to create the perfect ‘vase’ for our new DIY flowers.
There you have a few methods on how to create stunning DIY flowers whether you are a novice, an expert or a teacher introducing materials to the class. We are sure you will have fun with these (we certainly did).
We hope you enjoyed this tutorial on DIY flowers.
Until next time- Stay Creative
The Bright Ideas Team x