How to make paper flower baby breath, so simple and realistic

How to make Baby breath paper flower?
Baby breath is a popular fringed flower that will be usually combined with the main paper flowers, so today I would like to share this simple tutorial. It’s so easy yet so realistic, just from a piece of facial tissue paper.

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Video tutorial to make Baby Breath paper flower:

Step by step to make Baby Breath (Gypsophila) paper flower:

1, Roll the tissue paper into a little pipe
2. Cut into little section of just about 1/5 inch (0.5cm) each with round head
3. Use white glue to wrap the rolling paper to the wire like making a tiny rolled rose
4. Color the bottom of each flower with green color
5. Arrange the flowers and wrap them with floral tape to make a small branch.

This paper is perfect to combine with many other flowers that I have shared, for

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These Baby Breath paper flowers are gorgeous even they stand alone in the vase. But you might want to consider to combine it with other flowers. Here you could learn how to make a paper rose easy step by step video or  easy Paper Carnation.

And your bridal paper bouquet will be much more beautiful with these little flowers

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What you will need to make Baby Breath paper flower:

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5 thoughts on “How to make paper flower baby breath, so simple and realistic

  • March 14, 2018 at 8:08 pm

    These are so beautiful! Just lovely. Thank you for sharing.

    • March 15, 2018 at 2:35 am

      Thank you so much, Jane

  • February 6, 2018 at 2:21 am

    I love, love every paper flower you make, and the instructions are so easy to flower. since I don’t have
    the die cuts, punches and machines, your tutorials help me create. thank you so much. keep em’ coming lol

    • February 7, 2018 at 1:51 am

      Oh thank you, Marilyn. I don’t have the die cut, punches or Cricut, either. Those are luxury items where I live, it’s hard to buy, so I just use simple paper and scissors. I’m happy that you love this.

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