Easy way to make a realistic paper boutonniere with white celosia (cockscomb) and David Austin rose. DIY step by step tutorial paper boutonniere making. Take it easy to make!
So easy paper DIY paper boutonniere with white celosia (cockscomb) and David Austin rose step by step for all of you. How to make a boutonniere with crepe paper flowers: white paper Celosia, white paper David Austin Rose - do it yourself.
What will you need:
- Italian crepe paper 140gsm
- Brown Floral tape
- Floral Wire
- Color pen
Step 01: Make white Celosia of paper boutonniere
Cut two crepe paper with the size below, then create a jagged shape and then paste the blue paper stack on the white paper:
- White crepe paper: 1 inch * 12 inch
- Green crepe paper: 3 inches * 12 inches
Spread glue on the surface of the green crepe paper and wrap it into the floral wire as shown. Then bend the ends of the floral wire to shape the Celosia of paper boutonniere.
You can refer to how to do David Austin Rose in the previous tutorial.
Step 02: Make the leaves of paper boutonniere
Create 10 leaves with size 4 cm * 1 cm. Then use green crepe wrapped along the wire, 2 leaves symmetrical, continue to do the same until the end of the floral wire.
Use floral tape to connect white paper Celosia, white paper David Austin Rose and leaves of the paper boutonniere. Finally, you did it- a boutonniere with crepe paper flowers.
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