If your flower garden is struggling a bit like mine is, I’ve got a solution for you—paper. Paper flowers can be used to decorate your house year-round without once watering them and they’re always in season. Here’s a way to make some eternal blooms with just a few supplies.
Click through for the easy step-by-step instructions…
• Card stock in various colors
• 2″ circle punch
• Thread and sewing machine
1. Punch circles and cut stem shapes out of card stock. The stem shape doesn’t have to be exact, I free-handed all of these: first, I folded the paper in half and then cut a rectangle with a rounded edge at an angle.
2. Feed the paper shapes (alternating between circle and stem) into a sewing machine to connect all together. Done!
Hang vertically for a party or in a nursery for low-maintenance blooms.
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