watercolour paper flowers

Blogger / 14 March, 2022 / Nanny Anita

Watercolour Paper Flowers

My Mum used make lots of paper flowers when our family was living in the Malaysia. They were very small, like blossom. These watercolour paper flowers, are a lot bigger, but they do remind me of hers.

Make sure you follow my craft board for older kids on Pinterest for more ideas. Don’t forget to save the pin for later.

To make watercolour paper flowers you will need:

watercolour paper flowers

  • Watercolours
  • Paintbrush
  • Watercolour paper
  • Thin wire
  • Washi tape

Start by tearing up the watercolour paper into small pieces, these will make the petals. You can round off the edges if you wish, but I do think they look really rustic just being torn.

Paint each petal, fading from one end to the other to create an ombre effect.

Once each petal has dried use the wire to poke holes in them.

Next create a small loop at one end of the wire, this will keep the petals in place.

watercolour paper flowers

Thread your petals onto the wire, adding layers until you are satisfied.  Make sure to arrange them so that every petal can be seen.

Secure them into place by wrapping some tape around the base of the flowers.

If you have any yellow washi tape, screw a little bit up and sticking it to the middle of the flower.

Once you have enough flower you can arrange them in vase for flowers that will last all year long.

If you enjoyed these watercolour paper flowers be sure to check out my natural paintbrushes and pull string art.

Pin for later.

Watercolour paper flowers

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