This realistic Hydrangea flower was made just from printer paper, believe it? Yes, I also share here the FREE template and step-by-step video tutorial.
I just found that we could do a lot of things just from ordinary papers. Crepe paper is easier to make flowers, but its color is quickly fade away in just 2 months.
Hydrangea has many beautiful colors: pink, blue, purple… and now you could easily DIY any of your favorite colors.
- The wire gauge#24 were cut into 6″ (15cm) section. If this section is shorter, it’s harder to arrange all the small flowers together naturally.
- For coloring the petal, I use dry cotton fabric. You could use tissue paper, but it could be torn apart to soon, the cotton swab is too weak.
- I arranged this flower from around 30 flower pieces (the smaller green ones in the center, and the bigger blue ones around). I think your flower would be more realistic if it includes 50 or 60 flower pieces.
I have to confess that I’m not good in writing, event don’t know how to express all in detail, but I love to share all I know via video. Please drop me any comment, share, like, I really appreciate your support.