In a bed of Paper Roses- How to Make Easy DIY Paper Roses

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When I first started creating paper floral 6 years ago I never would have imagined being able to create so many types of flowers with what started out as a flat piece of boring paper! And further more so many types of the same flower.

Paper flowers are so much fun to make. Partly, I think because you can tweak a little here and there, curl a petal forward instead of backwards, and completely change the look!

I have designed each petal carefully along the way and so far have come up with 6 different style of just roses!

Roses are the most requested flower because, well, roses are classic! duh!

Before I tell you about all these fabulous paper roses I have to make that boring statement…

***These flower designs are my personal creations and also my bread and butter to my family, so pretty please do not under any circumstances use these for anything other then personal event decor; I know you’re too awesome to do such a thing anyways right?  Thanks! 

(I do offer event planner licenses if you wish to use my templates to build flowers for events. Contact me about an event license if you are interested. Under NO condition are the templates or design methods to be resold.) 

So let’s jump into a bed of paper roses… 😉

Scarlet Style Rose

Miss Scarlet Rose here is always been at the top of my favorites list out of the 70 some flower templates I’ve created. This template has some amazing versatility too since the flower measures 9 inches in diameter once made. Making these perfect for filler flowers in backdrops, centerpieces or maybe even bouquets!
I’m also in love with Scarlet because the pictures turned out so perfect! I’m sure my fellow photography geeks will understand! Check out the templates. 

Ruffle Rose

Next up I have my Ruffle Rose which is an oldie, but a goodie. This is actually the first paper rose I ever made!
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Pssss… This is the rose I use to make my paper flower pomanders!
They aren’t as hard to make as they look. I promise!
 Check out the video to make these Pomander Kissing balls for your next event!

Ruby Rose

Miss Ruby was my most popular requested flowers for bouquets and centerpieces I used to create for events.

Rosie Giant Rose

Yes I really named my giant rose Rosie. I guess I’ve become more original then I was originally. If you followed that. 🙂
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You will want to use Rosie if you want to add some large beautiful roses to your next backdrop! This on measures about 13-14 inches in diameter.
Of course you will want a flower buddy to go with Rosie so she isn’t lonely. Hop over to view all giant templates to accompany Miss Rosie

Diana Rose

These last two roses are my latest designs. It’s really crazy to see how far I’ve come. I wish I had an old photo of what some of my first flowers looked like. Let’s just say I’ve done a lot of improving! 😉
Both these photos here are the same template! Say what? Yes you can make totally different looking flowers with the exact same templates! View Diana rose templates
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You can see how I make each design in this 2 part video here! 

Ansley Rose

Last, but not least is Ansley Rose. Sounds like a girls name, right? I think if my husband and I end up with a girl when we have our 3rd child this name will be in the running for sure!
Ansley is the latest hottest rose from my Paper to Petal Artistry designs. In fact I just posted the video tutorial today! 
There is so much potential with any paper flower, but the timeless classic vibe of the rose captured through paper will always be my favorite above all!
What are some of your favorite flowers from nature? If there one you would love to see me design? I would love to hear your thoughts! 
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  1. Thanks, I have recently been looking for info on this craft for a long time and yours is the greatest I have found out so far.

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