How to make paper Poppy flower, FREE template

Today I’ll share you 2 ways how I make the Poppy paper flowers, with the coffee filter and regular color paper (it’s as thin as printer paper).

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If you need the SVG templates for Cricut, just let me know. I think it’s quite easy to make, but I have not tried yet 🙂

Video tutorial to make Poppy paper flower:

Instruction to make Poppy paper flower:

For the flower

  • Use tissue paper and wire to make the core of stamen.
  • Create the vein of the stamen by hot glue, wrap the stamen with floral tape and use your nail to help the vein pop up.
  • Use yellow oil pastel chalk to color the vein of stamen
  • Cut a paper strip of 1.5cm x20cm and color it to make the stamen. Fold up a little and glue it to make the anther, cut it as an eyelash and make the stamen as the video instruction.
  • Glue the stamen with the core.
  • Cut the petals with DreamyPosy’s FREE templates, color and glue it to form up the petals.
  • Insert the wire into the clear pipe tube and lock up at the end.
  • Wrap the tube with floral tape

For the poppy head:

  • Use facial tissue to round up a small ball and glue it with the wire gauge20
  • Wrap it with floral tape
  • Use grey oil pastel to color over the tape
  • Cut a tiny green paper flower and glue it on the top of the head.

For the leaf:

  • Cut along the template, use the stylus to create the vein of the leaf and glue it with floral wire gauge26
  • Use the red pastel chalk/red watercolor to help the leaf more realistic, if you want.

What you will need to make Poppy paper flower:

  • Color paper or printer paper
  • Coffee filter
  • Green paper color (for leaf making)
  • Pastel chalk
  • Floral tape
  • Wire gauge20
  • Tissue paper (for the bud core)
  • 20w glue gun
  • Scissor
  • DreamyPosy’s template.

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2 thoughts on “How to make paper Poppy flower, FREE template

  • September 26, 2017 at 9:07 am

    cannot locate any template?

    • September 27, 2017 at 3:50 am

      The template link is always in the end of material list, Lynn. Thank you.


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