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.
Video tutorial :
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
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
What you will need:
- Tissue paper
- Wire gauge 24, green color
- A small paint brush
- Some green watercolor
- Floral tape
- White glue
Please drop me any request or comment below.
20 thoughts on “How to make paper flower baby breath, so simple and realistic”
Your tutorial takes to long to come up. (very frustrating). Also when showing the folding technique, you should do it much slower and show the whole folding technique. It skips just a little bit, leaving me to try 2 different ways on my own. Please don’t race through your videos. You may know how to do it, but people don’t look at videos unless they want to learn something.
Thanks Barb, for your feedback. We will try our best to make better tutorial
I have an order ready, can’t figure out how to charge to master card.
will not use pay pal. Please help.
Thank You for the free templates can’t wait to make one.
Thank yo Deborah.
Is there anything else that can substitute the wire guage
I would find some tiny wire inside the electric wire, Cheryl 🙂
The video is right on the top of this post, dear. Pls just wait a little to load the video. Thank you so much.
Or you could find it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWjmbaB5Gg4&t=8s
I cannot find the baby breaths template as well as other flowers template, can you please tell me where to find them?
Hi Brenda. Thank you for stopping by. Baby breath doesn’t need a template, dear. The other flowers’ templates are always at the last items in the material list. Please check it out.
Love the way you made it. So awesome. Thanks for sharing such awesome baby breath DIY tutorial.
Thank you, Joanna
hello can you show how the baby breathe is made in visual form.
Hi Laurie, I don’t catch your question. Please have a look on the video, all the images and clips are my real made works 🙂
I give this up as a bad job, tried this several times and every time all I end up with is a long thin tube, do NOT get any thing like the flower heads or rose shape you get, be cheaper to buy the fake Gypsophila instead
Ok, Gaz. I will try to make a new tutorial to show how different are the fail and success techniques. Stay tune.
These are so beautiful! Just lovely. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you so much, Jane
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
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.