Hanging Paper Rosette Tutorial

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How to make paper rosettes step by step. 
Step by step paper rosette tutorial
Here’s an easy craft anyone can pull off! DIY paper 
rosette hanging fans with flowers. These are perfect for 
hanging in a wedding arch or as a backdrop for any event.
Glue gun and sticks
scrapbooking paper
paper flowers – I use the Peony flower, Dahila and Rolled rosette templates.
ribbon for hanging
any other embellishments (butterflies, pearls, rhinestones etc..)  
craft scissors or hole punch (optional) 
circle punch or small cut out square


1. Pick out a pretty scrapbooking paper. Make sure it’s not card stock or it will be too thick to fold. I use 3 12×12 sheets for a hanging rosette, but if you wanted to make these as fans for your guests I would use 3 8.5×11 sheets for more appropriate size. 

2. Begin folding like you would a paper fan, 
back and forth. (you remember from elementary school 😉 

                                             You should have something like this so far.

3.  Take this piece and fold it in half. 


                                     4. Now glue the inside of the fold together.

Should look like this now. 
5. Repeat the above steps 2 more times with your 
other 2 sheets of paper. 
6. Glue the 3 pieces together. You can see I punched holes after I assembled the pieces for some extra detail. 
You can also use craft scissors to 
add a scalloped edge too.  
7. Now connect to form the circle. 
8. I use a circle punch to add a circle to
 the center or cut a small square if you 
don’t have a circle punch. 
You can stop here if you want or go on to 
add more details with the flowers. 

9. The flowers I used are paper from my shop since I am a paper crafting fanatic! 

The pinks are peonies, and one purple is a dahlia and the other a rolled rosette flower. 
You can find all these templates available in the ‘download templates’ tab on  the 
home page. If you aren’t 
up for crafting paper flowers 
then just go buy some silk from a craft store!
10. Cut a piece of ribbon, as long a you 
want and glue the ends together.
 Find a good spot between creases
 to slip it in and glue it. 

11. Add in any greenery you desire. 

12. Be creative and don’t be afraid to 
add other elements like butterflies and such. 

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  1. Pretty!! Thanks for stopping by and sharing with us at Merry Monday. We look forward to your new projects at the new party starting tonight!

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