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How to Make Paper Flowers from Sewing Patterns

How to Make Paper Flowers from Sewing Patterns
How to Make Paper Flowers from Sewing Patterns
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As delicate as real flowers but without the upkeep, paper flowers are the perfect home decoration. With this no-sew tutorial on How to Make Paper Flowers from Sewing Patterns, now you can learn how to make poofy paper flowers from recycled sewing pattern tissue paper! This material is a steal at any thrift shop. The heavy-gauge wire used as a stem will complement the rustic tones of the flowers and keep them sturdy. To top it off, the honey tan color of this project will complement any neutral home aesthetic, Thanksgiving decor, or fall theme!

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Easy and beautiful, BUT you really need to iron the pattern paper first. You can stack it up and cut 20 or more sheets at once, easily, with a rotary cutter. Great, great idea here, and thanks!

These paper poesies are the perfect decoration for my foyer! I love how rustic the tones are. I'm usually a little wary of fake flowers because they look so, well, fake. However, the vintage sewing patterns used here ensure that these poesies' color could realistically be found in nature.

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