Tissue Paper Flowers DIY

Paper Flowers DIYWe made these super simple tissue flowers for Emma’s bachelorette party and I have received SO many requests to share a DIY post about them. They were really easy to make, which is essential when you are party prepping with a to-do list that’s a mile long! Here’s how we made them…

11. Cut a stack of tissue paper (6 pieces is great!) into a 10×10 inch square.

22. Fold them (or just “eyeball it”) and cut your square into a large flower shape. The number of petals isn’t important.

33. Twist and stagger the different layers of paper creating a full looking bloom, similar to a real flower. Stitch the middle of the bloom together with a needle and thread and leave the extra thread hanging of the back of the flower. Use the excess thread to tie each bloom to your string or lights cord. If you hang them on a lights cord, like we did, make sure that each bloom is not touching a light so that they are not a fire hazard. 🙂

Paper Flowers DIY It’s amazing how much color and atmosphere these simple tissue flowers added to our porch! I’m so excited by the possibilities of adding different tissue elements to our lights strings for parties in the future. So fun!

Paper Flowers DIY Cheers to summer parties! xoxo. elsie

  • Ah! Love! I’m planning an outdoor engagement party for two of my best friends that are getting married…this will definitely make the party super cute and special. Now, let’s just pray it doesn’t rain!

  • Yours is the tutorial I’ve been waiting for because it’s so simple and yields a great looking product. I’ve been looking up paper flower crafts since I got engaged, and this one is great. Thank you!

  • great decoration, so simple and so cuteeeeeeeee!

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  • Perfect for birthdays, wedding showers, etc.!

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  • Wow this is actually so much easier than I thought it would be, when I first saw the pics of these flowers/lights hanging up in the party post! Fabulous touch of color!

    xox
    Bailey
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  • Pretty!! Need to make these for my next brithday party decoration!
    xoxo
    Melodie
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  • Such a cute idea !

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  • Ahh they are gorgeous!! I love the lights, i love the paper and I love the flowers 🙂 Great crafty idea 🙂

    Ila x

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  • This is such a good idea, they look beautiful!

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    xx

  • Very creative! I love your blog and it never fails me to get inspired 🙂

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    ♥aley

  • This is so pretty and easy 🙂 shared it on my FB timeline here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Glitters-And-More/148684928615536

  • Thank you for sharing!! I was hoping you would do a tutorial on them when I read the post about Emma’s bachelorette party and saw that picture!

  • I’m so using this for my moms wedding! I’ll share pics of that with you guys if you want to see them lol!

  • wow, that looks amazing! wonderful idea, so creative 🙂 x
    – Jianine

  • Thank you! Would you share a DIY on the letter banner, too? I’m dying for that one! 🙂

  • Love this crafty idea! They look so festive and romantic 🙂
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  • Definitely going to make some of these for my vanity!

    Jess x
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  • how cute! i will definitely try this.

    xoxo, Oleah
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  • I have never seen this style of tissue flower/pom poms before. I love these! Look so pretty. I will have to make some for my next garden party with my friends.

    Pimms will definitely be served too

    Teresa x

  • Such a beautiful touch, and could be so easily adapted to any party! 🙂 Gorgeous

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  • Maravilloso!!!! Me gusrdo la idea es fantástica!

    Enhorabuena!

  • A blooming lovely DIY for tissue paper flowers! Love them! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    Lulu xx

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  • those flowers are such a good idea!

    xoxo
    kareena
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  • These are beautiful, I will have to give this a go over the summer. Just need an excuse for a party 🙂

  • So cute and easy!! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    Erica
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  • This is so adorable, I Love it and I’m sure I will try it sometime.
    Jen
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  • Lovely idea. Shame you can’t leave them up all the time because of rain. Maybe a plastic version would suffice. x

  • Simply perfect! I also thought the “Cheers To Emma” banner was lovely. Thanks for sharing!

    Desiree
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  • Perfect! My little brother’s wedding is this summer and they were looking for the perfect DIY decor. 🙂

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    xKelly

  • This is such a lovely idea! Very simple yet it made a huge difference. It makes everything look so inviting!

    Kindness is the best accessory,
    Rebecca

  • Thanks for sharing, am in love with the flowers and the simplicity of making them! 🙂

  • These are so lovely!! I love when simple projects can transform a space like this!

    xo
    Diana
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  • That actually seems a lot easier than I thought, they look so good!!

  • They make the patio so festive! Can’t wait to see what else you string up there over the Summer. I wish I had a yard!

  • Love these! Simple, easy, inexpensive. I could even do it. My house may get some new decorations this afternoon!

  • i love them – so simple but very effective. super great DIY – i shall deffo be recreating these soon!

  • How cute! Will be trying this out!

    Emma x
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  • Oh these are so so lovely! And they photograph beautifully! Thanks for sharing the DIY!

    xoxo
    Juliette Laura
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  • It looks like a lot of work, but it looks also very great! The colors are perfect together. I think I will try it on my next party. Rosa 🙂

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  • Wow they look amazing alongside those bulbs!

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  • This is gorgeous! I cannot wait to have an outdoor space to try this out in!

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  • these are so pretty. have to keep them in mind for decorations next time a plan a party.

  • It’s really simple but the effect with the lighting is so pretty! Sweet 🙂

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  • So easy and adorable, definitely good for garden parties!

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  • These look beautiful…all I need now is some lights, tissue paper…and a garden to hang them in!!

    Carrie
    http://time-to-be-an-adult.blogspot.com

  • These are so simple and so pretty – love them 🙂

    Martina
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  • Oh they are awesome ! Really pretty and good job! 🙂

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  • those flowers are so sweet, and it looks nice and easy to do too! love!

  • such a cute idea for garden parties! they would also be great inside just to spruce up a room with a little bit of color and pop!

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  • They’re so cute! I’m definitely going to have a go at making these and hang a string of them in my room x
    Amy | http://amysbeautyjournal.blogspot.co.uk/

  • Love these! I love paper flowers! I recently posted a DIY on my blog, Ladyface Blog, showing how to make paper peonies!

    -Becca

  • What a simple, but oh so cute idea!!

    And it’s so inexpensive too! It adds such a feminine touch to the hanging lights. I love it!

  • ahh so cute and so simple, perfect for a batchelorette do!
    Lauren
    livinginaboxx
    bloglovin

  • Those are SO cute!!! Perfect for a summer party!

  • I can’t wait to try these! they really do seem easy (much easier than those tissue balls), If mine come out as good as yours I will be using them for my grandma’s 75th b-day next month. This tutorial came at a perfect time for me.

  • So adorable! Definitely pinning this for ideas for my sister’s upcoming bachelorette party! Would be so cute for any Summer party though!

  • What a great idea for a party or even a wedding ! Looks gorgeous

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