How to make paper Peony from printer paper, FREE template

There are so many pieces of peony, but I decided to use printer paper to make the Moutan Peony alike in this time. With my free template and step by step video tutorial, it’s so easy to have a paper Peony garden in your room now ๐Ÿ™‚

This tutorial I made long time ago, as a guest post and now it’s time to publish it on my site.

Video tutorial:

Instruction:

For the flower

  • Cut a paper strip of 2cm x20cm and color it to make the stamen. (In the video, I cut a 4cmx20cm but I had to trim out because it will not fit the sepal in the bottom of the flower).
  • Cut and use your hands to soften the stamen.
  • Glue the stamen with the wire gauge20
  • Cut the petals with DreamyPosyโ€™s FREE templates, color and soften it. The inner petals will have more white color than the outer ones.
  • Glue and shape the petals
  • Glue the petals with the stamens accordingly as video instruction.
  • Cut the sepal with the template and use the round stylus to shape it.
  • Cut 2 tiny leaves and glue it with the sepal in the bottom of the flower.

For the bud:

  • Use facial tissue to round up a small ball and glue it with the wire gauge20
  • Cut out the bud petals and sepal and use the round stylus to shape it
  • Glue it together.
  • Please remember to include 2 tiny leaves with the sepal.

For the leaf:

  • Cut along the template and glue it with floral wire gauge26
  • Use the red pastel chalk/red water color to help the leaf more realistic

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What you will need:

  • Printer paper
  • Green paper color
  • Pastel chalk
  • Floral tape
  • Wire gauge20
  • Tissue paper (for the bud core)
  • 20w glue gun
  • Scissor
  • DreamyPosy’s template.

I love doing these simple crafts from my heart, and I would like to share it all with you for FREE. Please help to support me by your share, subscribe, comment and like.

Thank you and love you all.



2 thoughts on “How to make paper Peony from printer paper, FREE template

  • October 19, 2017 at 2:06 am
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    Thank you for sharing. These are gorgeous! Look forward to trying to make them. Keep up the good work, you’re a very talented artist.

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