How to Make a Recycled Magazine Flower

comments (15) June 18th, 2009 in gallery     

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Video Length: 7:55
Produced by: Linda Demers

Make flower bouquets or globes with this great project.  A great way to recycle those old magazines and fun to do with the kids. 

See the video tutorial and more on my website.


Pattern or design used: My own design - alamodestuff
posted in: gallery, trendy, paper, recycle, flower, mod, flowers, upcycle, origami, recycled magazines, magazine, alamode

Comments (15)

MadhaviBurra writes: Excellent craft!!! will post the picture once i do it
Posted: 1:00 am on December 27th
BLABSJAVINS writes: what a awesome idea i am going to encorperate it into a recyclable dress i am having to make a school!!!!!!! cute!!!
Posted: 8:03 pm on July 13th
Carolebarrel writes:

Whoopee! Can use these at Christmas (red and green wrapping paper) with nametags attache at the table as place settings OR grab yours and sit where you want? Easter with pastels and Thanksgiving with fall colored pages. Why not use a paper cutter to save time with the extra folding?
Terrific origami idea. Thanks for the inspiration.
Posted: 4:05 am on April 23rd
niranjana writes: great tutorial i will tryone day

Posted: 8:14 am on September 22nd
niranjana writes: great tutorial i will tryone day

Posted: 8:14 am on September 22nd
feitoaman writes: Can't wait to do it!

Thank you :)
Posted: 9:56 am on May 12th
2Crafty writes: These are great, I can't just sit and watch t.v. Now I have flowers to make. Anything I can make with paper I love. Thanks for the video I could not have made them without them.
Posted: 6:57 pm on March 8th
allieg1941 writes: What about using tacky glue?
Posted: 12:00 pm on October 8th
DebraC writes: Love this project and your video! Such a clever idea. I think I'm going to sit down tonight and start making flowers :). Thanks for sharing.
Posted: 11:40 am on August 3rd
dab0426 writes: This looks pretty & looks like it would be fun to make. I can't seem to find any written instructions or the video, can anyone help me? Thank You, Barb D.
Posted: 2:26 pm on July 5th
ariyarga writes: Love this idea! Gonna make some later with my daughter!
Posted: 5:41 pm on June 23rd
Dreamingreen writes: If you intend to glue the flowers together to make a globe, I highly recommend making your flowers with five petals instead of six. I tried it with six and it was very awkward and difficult to get a symmetrical-looking globe. Six petals just seem to be mathematically wrong (or maybe it's me). Now I know why the Japanese flower globes that I've seen on origami websites are usually shown with five.
Posted: 5:06 pm on June 23rd
curegirl0421 writes: Made these over the weekend... so pretty and easy! I think it would be great for weddings... what a way to use up those bridal magazines!

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Posted: 12:13 pm on June 22nd
garnetnm writes: Good idea for recycling all those magazines full of colorful pages.
Posted: 1:35 pm on June 19th
Unique2wh0 writes: How cool is that!! Thanks for the awesome tut.
I am for sure gonna give it a try.

Thanks!
De'Anna
Posted: 11:49 am on June 18th
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