Paper art has been trending for many years now; in fact, I have built almost an entire blog around paper crafts! Without a doubt, the most sought after papercraft is paper flowers. Thousands of new crafters come to Abbi Kirsten Collections to discover easy paper flowers that are fabulous for special events, showers, wedding decor, nursery wall art, or even home decor in general.
Often I receive messages from beginners who want to know which flowers are the easiest to take on whether they are under a time crunch or just need to gain confidence in simpler design first.
Today I am going to share with you my top 21 easiest paper flowers for beginners.
First, let’s discover what traditional styles and small designs are best for newbies. There are a few freebies below, but if you are looking to really get creative, be sure to download my ebook, The Joy of Paper Flowers for 24+ small flower tutorials, and arrangements!
Find the link to download any of the following designs and tutorials below each image.
Easy Paper Flowers – Small Designs
1. Billy Button
2. Paper Orchids
3. Rolled Paper Rosettes
4. Paper Hydrangeas
5. Ruby Rose Flowers
6. Crepe Paper Plumeria Flowers
7. Paper Flower Succulents
8. Hanging Paper Wisteria
9. Paper Poppies
10. Paper Daisy Flowers
11. Carnation Paper Flowers
Easy Paper Flowers – Large Designs
Moving on to giant and large style paper flower designs, these are ideal for wall decor and backdrops that make a big statement at a special event like a wedding, shower, or party.
There are several free options included below, but if you want to take things to the next level, let me encourage you to download a copy of my ebook, The Art of Giant Paper Flowers! I have sold this book more than 10,000+ times since 2016, and I know you will love it!
1. Priscilla Style – Giant Flower
2. Poppies – Giant Flower
3. Cami Rose – Giant Flower
4. Ombre Dahlia Wall Flower
5. Emma Dahlia
6. Giant Hibiscus Flower
7. Eden Rose
8. Everly Style – Giant Flower
9. Giant Hawaiian Flowers
10. Large Chrysanthemum Flowers
Which of the flowers above were your favorite? Which one will you try first?! I would love to know – leave me a comment below!
Check out the templates in my Freebie Vault!
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About Abbi Kirsten Collections
I have spent the last 10+ years building my creative skills and sharing them with others. My flower designs are created with simplicity, color, and crafty fun in mind. If you haven’t yet, be sure to join the subscriber community to gain access to all my freebies or visit my signature design shop here!
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