DIY paper Ranuculus flower, FREE template and video tutorial

DIY paper Ranunculus (or Buttercup) from a few coffee filters from my FREE template and step by step video tutorial.

It’s a perfect as a gift with these little camellia-like flowers, her color ranges from pink to red, white to yellow to orange.

Paper Ranunculus flower with free template and tutorial, made from coffee filter

Step by step video tutorial to make paper Ranunculus flower:

Step by step instructions to make paper Ranunculus flower:

  1. Grab the coffee filter paper and other materials and my FREE template

  2. Cut the petal along the template, there are 5 kinds of the petal, cut the petals as template’s instruction.

  3. Use tissue paper to roll a ball of about 2.5cm diameter to the wire gauge20.

  4. Use the round stylus and a ball to help form the petal on a styrofoam.

  5. Glue all the petals accordingly as the video instruction.

  6. Use the round stylus to form the sepal and glue the sepal with the flower.

  7. Insert the wire20 to the transparent PVC tube and wrap with floral tape.

  8. Cut the leaves and use the head of the scissor to create the vein.

  9. Glue the leaves with wire gauge26 and curve the leaf and wire to help it more realistic

  10. Insert the leave into the PVC tube.

  11. If you want to use water color, please consider to color the petals and let it be dried BEBORE making it.

Material to make paper Ranunculus flower:

  1. Coffee filter paper
  2. Watercolor
  3. Green floral tape
  4. 3mm or 6mm transparent PVC tube
  5. Scissor
  6. 20w glue gun
  7. Wire gauge20 and gauge 26
  8. Tissue paper
  9. DreamyPosy’s template

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4 thoughts on “DIY paper Ranuculus flower, FREE template and video tutorial

  • January 9, 2019 at 9:13 pm
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    Thak you so much,✌️

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    • January 22, 2019 at 4:39 am
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      You are welcome 🙂

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  • August 24, 2018 at 9:54 pm
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    Your flowers are so beautiful. I love the fact that you make some with printer paper and coffee filters. Unfortunately just before I found your blog I had ordered 25 rolls of crepe paper from Italy.
    Wish I had your talent
    Jean x

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    • August 27, 2018 at 4:03 am
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      Thank you so much, Jean. Practice make perfect, dear, I don’t have any talent skill, really.

      Reply

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