How to make paper Magnolia from printer paper, FREE template

In this paper Magnolia tutorial, you can find step by step instruction in close-up video and free template.

Just practice your first paper flower with very simple materials and find your inner peace.

Magnolias are thought to be one of the first flowering plants to evolve on our planet. There are hundreds of Magnolia species, most seen are with white and pink petals, some species come in red, yellow or purple.

With my free template and tutorial, you could make any color you love. It’s amazing to have a large bunch of paper Magnolia hanging over your window.

And Magnolia flowers are usually using as gifts from men to women, saying  “You are worthy of a beautiful magnolia.”

Video tutorial to make paper Magnolia

Step by step instruction to make paper Magnolia

Step 1:  Download the template

Cut the petals along the template, each flower will need 6 petals

Step 2: Create the petal vein

Use a ball pen that run-out of ink, to create the petal vein

Step 3: Color the outside of the petal by pastel chalk or oil pastel

Step4: Use the white glue to attach the petal

Then use BBQ stick to curve the petals

Step 5: Make the stamen

Cut a strip of 1.5cm x 20cm and cut as an eye-lash.

Use lime green pastel chalk to color this eye-lash

Use the edge of scissor to curve the eye-lash and glue it with the wire to make the stamen.

Step 6: Glue the petals with the stamen

Step 7: Use floral tape to wrap the sepal

Step 8: Wrap up for a paper Magnolia branch.

I cut a dried branch from the backyard and use the floral tape to attach the flowers on.

Paper Magnolia tutorial with free template, made from printer paper #paperflower #flowertutorial

Materials to make paper Magnolia:

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  1. Printer paper
  2. Pastel chalk
  3. Floral tape
  4. Wire gauge20
  5. Tissue paper
  6. 20w glue gun
  7. Scissor
  8. White glue
  9. DreamyPosy’s template.

You could find many other tutorials on how to make paper flowers from a4 printer paper here. Please ensure to check the page 2.

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