DIY Giant Amaryllis Paper Flowers – Templates and Tutorial

This Amaryllis flower petal is unique from my traditional wider petals, and with the use of metallic cardstock, the depth of the center turned out better than I thought.

– Cardstock – Pan Pastels  – Ink sponges – Wood dowel – Glue gun – Scissors – Cutting machine


Like all my large paper flowers, this new Amaryllis flower can easily be made in a variety of sizes.

To downsize the flower, subtract the use of the extra-large petal to downsize to a large. You can deduct the extra-large and large petal to downsize to a medium and so forth with a small.

You can still create 3 or 4 layers to keep the flower full, but only use 2 or 3 of the smaller petal sizes instead of all five-petal sizes for an overall smaller flower.

For each flower, you will cut out eight petals in every size – one of each side of the 8-sided base, and then 4-6 center petals.

Tap the link below to see the full instructionS.