DIY PAPER FLOWER GARLAND WITH ‘I MAKE, YOU WEAR IT’

The weather might be getting cooler, but it doesn’t mean you can’t brighten up your home with a fresh floral garland! Grab the kids and get creating with this easy step-by-step DIY Paper Flower Garland from craft blogger Rachel Burke of ‘I Make. You Wear It’. Check it out below…

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WHAT YOU NEED

1 a metre of green wool

Flower shaped hole-punchers

Variety of cardboard/old, cute pages of magazines/origami paper

Beads

Hot glue gun/glue

Green cardboard

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STEP 1

Begin by spending some time hole-punching 10 flower shapes in 2 varieties (a total of 20 cut outs). Make the flower shapes out of a variety of paper that has different colours/patterns.

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STEP 2

Layer your 2 flower shape together. Glue together. Then, glue a bead in the centre of the top flower!

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STEP 3

Repeat this method across all your cut outs so that you have 10 flowers in total.

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STEP 4

Cut out some leaf shapes. Fold them in half to create a small centre crease in each piece.

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STEP 5

Double your length of wool over and glue your paper flowers to the length. Be sure to space your blooms out evenly.

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STEP 6

Once complete, glue your leaves onto the flowers, and scatter some across the length of wool too!

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STEP 7

And that’s it! To hang up on a wall, just use a small amount of Washi tape.

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