4 Ways to Make Paper Flowers with Jeffery Rudell

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What an unexpected treat it would be to find this bouquet waiting for you in your office mailbox. A great project for kids (and a wonderful gift for mothers), this whimsical arrangement will brighten any office or cubicle.
What an unexpected treat it would be to find this bouquet waiting for you in your office mailbox. A great project for kids (and a wonderful gift for mothers), this whimsical arrangement will brighten any office or cubicle.

What an unexpected treat it would be to find this bouquet waiting for you in your office mailbox. A great project for kids (and a wonderful gift for mothers), this whimsical arrangement will brighten any office or cubicle.

Photo: Jeff Rudell

Paper artist Jeffery Rudell makes beautiful floral bouquets simply out of scraps of paper. Try your hand at your own wilt-free flowers with these four great tutorials.

How to Make Perfect Paper Daisies

These cheery blossoms brighten any table and make a wonderfully unexpected bouquet to give to a friend. Best of all, they're simple and inexpensive to make.

How to Make a Pencil Box Bouquet

A fresh spray of colorful paper flowers turns any old pencil box into a reason to smile. They're easy to make, they won't wilt, and they never need watering. Perfection.

How to Make Simple White Paper Flowers

This bouquet of delightfully airy flowers is as easy to make as it is beautiful.

Crumpled Up: How to Make Paper Flowers

Make beautiful paper flowers from scraps in your stash. Here's to working with what you've got.

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Comments (3)

michiedoll writes: love the colors
Posted: 12:10 pm on August 26th
carasa writes: the purple crepe paper hyacinth is exactly as I remember making it when I was in grade school (eons ago!) How do I get the instructions for making it?

Posted: 3:27 pm on August 15th
maromorales writes: Love the colors. Great for my work table!
Posted: 10:50 pm on July 29th
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