How To Make Tissue Paper Hyacinth Flowers

How To Make Tissue Paper Hyacinth Flowers

A fun and colorful flower craft to try out this weekend. It requires only 4 supplies and turns out great! Great idea for Mother's Day Craft!

What you need

Tissue papers (2 different colors),
craft glue,
scissors,
sticks.

Instructions

Here are all the supplies required:

Step (1): Cut out 3 inches wide and 8 inches long tissue paper. You will need 2 pieces of these. Use 2 different colors.

Step (2): Place both tissue papers together, one over another.

Step (3): Now fold them into half lengthwise.

Step (4): Cut fringes along the open ends of the folded papers, leaving 1 cm intact along the vertical edge.

Step (5): Apply craft glue along the intact vertical edge and start wrapping the glued area around a stick. Keep the paper.

Step (6): Wrap the fringed papers towards the bottom of the stick.

Step (7): Done! This is how the finished flower looks like. Enjoy!

A bunch of these would be great for a Mother’s Day Gift Idea!



What you need

chain
small craft frame
ribbon
beads
rhinestones
buttons
small pictures (or magazine cut-outs)
paper/tissue paper
glue stick
paint (or nail polish)
a hot glue gun

Instructions

This Jewelry making project shows you how to make a necklace pendant using a small craft frame.

1. Pop the insert out of the frame and use as a template. Cut pictures from magazines or family portraits to fit your template & glue onto paper making a collage. You can use a pretty tissue paper as a background ( I used silver tissue paper).

2.You may want to paint the outside of the frame. I used black nail polish, it looks nice and shiny.

3. Add buttons, beads, or rhinestones to the frame. You can also glue ribbon flowers or bows onto the frame. The possibilities are endless.

4. Add the chain to the frame and pop you picture collage inside.

Comments

  1. I have never come across a project
    Like of yours. Very easy tp learn. Gpod luck!!!!

  2. I LIKE IT VERY MUCH EASY AND VERY PRETTY AND EASY TO DO.

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