Find the beautiful tutorial here!
Hello! Continued from the tutorials How to make Paper Flowers, I thought I’d make another post concentrating on roses. If you’re not sure on some steps of any tutorials, feel free to ask me for advice!
This is The Little Canopy’s signature handmade paper flower wedding backdrop! It’s 9 feet wide by 18 feet tall, and it has about 600 handmade paper flowers on a fabric. The variety of flower shapes and sizes gives it much depth and texture, and the lighting that’s shooting from below and above give its dramatic finish. It took about 4-6 weeks to make since I only had after 5pm and the weekend to work on, and probably about 20 bags of hot glue sticks. You can find it in my etsy shop. Unfortunately since it’s so big I don’t have a shipping method for this, so it’ll have to be picked up in Atlanta, or you can buy the DIY listing where I ship out the flowers + fabric and you have to glue them yourself. Anyways I thought I’d dedicate this post to brides who would like to make themselves a handmade paper flower backdrop and find some useful tutorials. A lot of it is improvising, cutting petals in different shapes using the tutorials below, and just lots and lots of gluing! If you have paper scrap left over, cut it into a leaf shape and glue it at the bottom too.
Tutorials for DIY Handmade Paper Flowers: