Tissue Flower Wreath Craft

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Here's a beautiful wreath made from tissue paper flowers.  We found this idea on Maryjanes and Galoshes.  It's another great way to use tissue paper flowers.  Check out one of our other ways to use tissue paper flowers for a great gift.


This picture if from MaryJanes and Galoshes, isn't it beautiful?


Supplies Needed to make a Tissue Paper Flower Wreath:

  • Paper Plate
  • Tissue Paper
  • Pipe Cleaners
  • Ribbon
  • Scissors
  • Low-temp Glue Gun

    Directions to make a Tissue Paper Flower Wreath:


    • Cut 12-15 large to medium (depending on how big you want your flower) squares of tissue paper and stack them together
    • Accordion fold them and fasten in the middle with a pipe cleaner

    tissue paper flowers step 1

    tissue paper flowers step 2tissue paper flowers step 3


      • Round the ends of the tissue paper flowers with scissors (or cut them pointed for a different look)
      • Start pulling up one layer of tissue paper at a time towards the center of the flower


      • Take your paper plate and cut a hole out of the middle, so you are left with a donut shape, then glue your flowers to the back of you plate.


    • Tie or glue a ribbon on it for hanging

    Did you try this craft?  Let us know how it went!

    Happy Crafting!!  Piggy Giggles


    • Comment Link Brenda Friday, 10 June 2011 12:53 posted by Brenda

      Thanks, We're all about trying to find cheap craft supplies for the kids :)

    • Comment Link Birthday Flowers Delivered Tuesday, 07 June 2011 07:20 posted by Birthday Flowers Delivered

      What a great idea! i would never have thought of using the plastic plate. Thanks for the tip!

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