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crepe paper flowers

July 6, 2011

I was attempting something else entirely when I ended up with this crepe paper flower garland (don’t you love when that happens?). I think it could work really well as a homemade lei or flower crown as well. To make one or your very own,  just follow the simple instructions below.
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Cut  3″ circles out of crepe paper. Layer three circles on top of each other, fold in half and twist in the middle so they stay connected together. Carefully poof the layers of paper to make a flower look. Use a needle and thread to string together. Very simple but if you want to make several strings, it’s time consuming so pop in a movie while you’re doing it.

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Lorie on July 7, 2011:

I am in love! I want that hanging in my house every day so I feel like it is a party!

Will on July 7, 2011:

I agree, this would be fun to hang in the house everyday!

Angie @ The Country Chic Cottage on July 7, 2011:

eeek!! Love this!! Thinking this is going to be for my daughter’s party next weekend!!

Mary on July 8, 2011:

I’m adding this to the decorations for a bridal shower I’m planning! The wedding colours are black and white so this looks like a whimsical way to make those colours a little more summer – ish. P.S. I own that white dress! It’s one of my favourites.

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Leslie on July 14, 2011:

Beautiful!

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Brandy at Simply Creative Insanity on July 17, 2011:

I love this! I am wondering if you used a special tool to cut the 3 inch circles? DId you just use scissors? Is that why I need a movie? lol

Krisname on July 18, 2011:

You can buy the tissue circles at Oriental Trading, very cheap.

Jennifer Knox on July 22, 2011:

I made this with the papers that the Christmas oranges come in. Once I folded them I cut off the corners and then tied the ends of the string together so it made a ball. I’m going to hang them at different hights outside our front door for my daughters birthday party. I’m doing this in stead of using balloons since they tend to pop before the party is pver.

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Ashley on August 1, 2011:

Beautiful! LOVE IT! Thanks for sharing!

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Ann on January 30, 2012:

Awwwww!!!Stunning

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Zsa Zsa on March 4, 2012:

I’m going to try this. I attempted making giant paper daffodils and it was a mess. I hope I have more success with this one.

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Racheal on July 11, 2012:

Doing this for my daughters party!! Thanks for sharing!!

megan on September 8, 2012:

Love this, really cute.

Anita on November 24, 2012:

That’s really nice
I wish you had some photos of making that
Great job!

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Destiny on August 21, 2014:

How much crepe paper did you use to make that size garland? Also, what’s the length of that garland?

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