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Type 1
Method:
  • Score the back of each petal along the lines shown in pencil, above. 
  • Pleat the petals along the scored lines, always folding in the same direction.
  • Fold the triangle portion of the stem in half lengthwise. Do this two more times until it reminds you of a toothpick.
  • Using a chopstick or skewer, roll the "flag" portion of the stem toward the "toothpick." This curl will form the center of the flower.
  • Curl the ends of each petal backward to give them shape.
  • With a skewer or sharp pencil, poke a hole in the center of each flower piece. 
  • Thread the pieces onto the stem, from smallest to largest.
Type 2
Method:
  • Cut at least 5 different sizes of petals ranging from about ¾ inch wide to 3 inches wide. I For each flower you will need at least 4 of each size. Make more than you need.
  • Roll the edges of each petal, and pinch the base slightly. Each one can be done a little differently to give the petals character and roundness.
  • For the center cut out one more shape for each flower, and coil it.Run a bead of hot glue along the inside and roll it around the end of your wire. Another dot of glue will hold it in place.
  • Using single dot of glue, attach petals. Begin from the smallest .Your successive petals should overlap the previous. Continue adding small petals, rotating the stem as you go, always slightly overlapping the last petal you attached. 
  • Wrap stem using ribbon for a polished look and secure to the undersides of the petals.

Type 3
Method:
  • Cut circles from the paper using the circle cutter. You will need between 7 to 21 circles for each flower, depending on how full you would like them.
  • With scissors cut a slit half way up each circle.
  • Place a dot of hot glue to the left side of the slit. Fold the right side of the slit over the left to create a cone. Repeat.
  • Place a dot of hot glue near the seam of the cone (usually the flattest side). Lay another cone on top.
  • Repeat steps 3 & 4 over and over, making the cones less severe as you go.
  • Smear a circle of glue in the middle of the flower and coat with glitter.

Type 4
Method:
  • Steps as given in the image


Type 5:
Method:
Follow the instructions given in image to make one.


Type 6:
Method:
  • Cut out 4 flower shapes
  • On two of the flower shapes, score down the center of each petal and fold inward
  • Glue one of the folded flower shapes on top of the other, staggering the petals
  • Fold the other two flower shapes in quarters, hot gluing the at the tip to keep the fold secure
  • Bend the tip of the fold and glue it into the center of the flower
  • You can bend and open the petals if need be

Type 7
Method:
Follow instructions as given in the image 



Type 8
Method:
Draw spiral on a 4x4" sheet of paper
Cut along the spiral lines drawn
Roll up the spiral from the end
Keep on rolling until theres no more left to roll
Put some glue between the layers created so that it remains attached.
And you are dpne.

Type 9
Method:
  • Fold each of the liners in half.
  • Fold the liner in half again.
  • Finally, fold one of the halves back and then fold the other half back so it looks like a zigzag.
  • Take two liners and using a glue stick, glue the two points together. Hold tightly together for about 30 seconds, then set aside. 
  • Glue two sets together at the points and hold for about 30 seconds, and repeat on the other side
  • Make sure all the pieces create a full circle. Let it sit for a few minutes while the glue dries completely.
  • Turn the flower over and glue a button, jewel or small pom to the center of the flower.
  • Use a glue gun to secure a pipe cleaner or a stick to the back of the flower.
  • Repeat the entire process to create a bouquet.
Type 10:
Method:
  • Cut a circle from the newspaper around eight to 12 inches in circumference. Now cut a spiral into the circle, allowing at least an inch border around the cut.
  • Starting from the outside edge, begin rolling the paper, continuing until you reach the center.
  • Place the rolled paper flower flat on your work surface and allow it to unroll a bit. You can even press down on the edges of the paper to create curled petals.
  • Place a round of hot glue at the base of the flower and press.
  • To create the stem for the flower, slightly angle the end of a floral cloth wire and secure with a dot of hot glue. Cover the exposed wire with a small piece of torn newspaper.
  • Continue making flowers until you have a nice bouquet. Bunch them together into an arrangement and then use one of the cloth wires to wrap around the stems, securing the bouquet in place. Trim the ends from the wires using scissors.
  • Wrap the paper flowers with a length of ribbon and secure with a bit of hot glue.
Type 11
Method:

  • Lay one piece of newspaper flat and fold on one side to overlap 2 inches. Cut your strip of paper.
  • With the paper folded, slice the paper on the seam side about 3/4 of the way. This will create a fringe effect.
  • Roll the strip of fringed paper up and staple (you may need a couple staples to hold the “bud” together.
  • Make a stem by rolling up a 6 by 6 piece of newspaper and tape.
  • Tape the bud to the stem. I cut mine 3 different lengths to vary the height.
  • Fold one piece of 12 by 12 paper in half crosswise to create a triangle.
  • Place the flowers inside and fold left corner over to the right.
  • Wrap the right corner around and tape.

Type 12
Method:
Cut a rough circle out of your chosen paper type.
Draw and cut a spiral shape starting from the edges of the circle. Leave a circle in the center;
Start rolling the cut spiral from the edge until you reach the center.
Release the swirl of rolled paper to reveal your rose, then hot glue the swirl to the center to secure the rose in place.
Repeat with varying sizes of circles and different paper textures to create a stunning adornment.

Type 13
Method:
  • Punch out three scalloped circles and two half inch circles to make one flower
  • Cut each of the three scalloped circles in half, and then into quarters.
  • Take one of the quarters and place it in the tweezers
  • Roll the tweezers to the left so that the right side of the paper folds up and over to the left.
  • Keep rolling in the same direction with the tweezers so that the paper continues to wrap around them and ends up completely curled around the tweezers 
  • Do all 12 quarter pieces like this.
  • Make a dot with your pencil in the middle of the 1/2" circles as a guide.
  • Unroll the top of the petal a bit and make a small bent.
  • Place a little spot of glue on the back of the tip and Glue the petal onto the circle 
  • Stick more petals and Make the second layer in the same way as the first. 
  • Place glue at the centre of the layered flowers and stick one more set of small layers.
Type 14
Method:
  • Draw the flower shape on a pink paper 
  • Use the edge of the scissor to cut the petal
  • Curl both sides of the petals.
  • Attach the petals one after the other 
  • Use a wire as stem
  • Wrap a tissue paper for sepal.
  • Use the green floral tape to wrap all the sepal and the stem.
  • Little glue on the head of the wire will help to fix the stem with the flower

Type 15
Method:

Follow the instructions as given in the picture

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