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How to make Paper Chamomile daisy flower from crepe paper- DIY

Welcome to the handmade paper flower lover’s blog – Camellia Bees. Today I will show how to make a paper daisy flower step by step. Hope you guys love it!

It will take 15 minutes to finish this diy paper daisy with stem. If you’re not used to it, it will take more time to finish.

Following is some of materials you need to prepare:

–  Ivory cream crepe paper for flower petals.

– Assortment of crepe paper (leaves, pistil)

– Floral Stem Wire

– Cotton ball

– Scissors

– Good quality Floral tape

– Pencil or pen

– Ruler

– Tacky glue or hot glue gun

Now we start working:

Step 01: Pistil of paper daisy flower

First cut the pieces of yellow crepe paper with a size of 4 inches x 5 inches (8cmx13cm). Then cut the edges to make a circle. After that, spread glue on cotton ball and wrap it on.

Step 02: Petals of paper daisy flower

Cut white crepe paper into pieces (3cm x 1cm) and twist. Each white crepe strip will form 20-24 petals. Paste petals around the pistil until fulfilling a complete daisy flower.

You can prepare a paper daisy template to make it easier.

Step 03: Calyx of paper daisy flowers

Cut the green crepe paper and make a jagged shape then wrap around under the bellow pistil.

Step 04: Leaves of paper daisy flowers

Fold the green crepe paper and cut it into small pieces to make the leaves.

So we will have a DIY realistic daisy flower easy from crepe paper.
The following is a detailed crepe paper daisy flower tutorial on youtube.
Hope you guys like it.

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Some other easy handmade flower making guides you might like. Click on the link and see the instructions.

1. Paper Roses

2. Paper Coneflower

3. Paper Blue Corn Flower



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