Paper crafts

As promised, here is the paper rose tutorial I teased you with at the end of

Monday’s rose embellished frame tutorial.  You can use any decorative scrapbook paper you want,

but it should have print on both sides.  I like to ink the edges of the petals and

leaves with distress ink pads.  The possibilities are endless, so raid those scrapbooking

supplies and lets make some gorgeous roses!


SCRAPBOOK PAPER (double sided)















Aren’t they FABULOUS?

Mother’s Day gift… check.



Best part… they live forever!

Paper rose tutorial


  1. I love these!

  2. mary kinney says:

    Some really nice crafts on your site. The paper roses are really nice.

  3. What a gorgeous project. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Gorgeous! I wonder if this would work with fabric?

  5. that is just lovely!! I will have ot pin this to my crafting board heehee these could make very cool/creative centerpieces @ a wedding. Help lower costs and add some uniqueness. could use books or comics anything really wow!

  6. Gorgeous! Definitely bookmarking this page so that I can try and make this when I have a bit more free time!

  7. That is beautiful! And what an easy to follow tutorial. I’ll have to try these myself. Your blog just got a new follower!

  8. I learned something from this post, thank you. i love scrapbook paper so I will have to try it out.

  9. Pretty impressive flowers and nice step-by-step tutorial.
    How do you come up with all these craft ideas, anyway?

  10. This is a great project. It looks so nice when done. My daughter and myself will have to give this a try. Thanks for posting the great pictures and instructions.

  11. Well I now know what my kids will be making for Mother’s Day presents for the grandma’s! You make it look so easy.

  12. Jollyjilly says:

    Wow I love it I’m going to find some nice paper and try it out. My mum used to make paper flowers in the 70’s but I had no idea how lol
    Thanks for sharing

  13. I love this, it’s beautiful! Thank you for the tutorial, I pinned it on Pinterest so I can come back to it when I have time to try it out.

  14. wow that is so pretty and it almost makes me think that even I would be able to make one of them.

  15. REALLY pretty….and easy….. 😀

  16. Very pretty! I love paper flowers. Great tute too!

  17. Very pretty! Thanks for such a great tutorial!

  18. BEAUTIFUL! I wish I was crafty enough to make this. :)

    Around My Family Table

  19. Roses. Beautiful paper. You can’t go wrong. Well if you me you can, I’m not very good at crafty but I always like to try! Thanks for the tute, I’m going to give it go…

  20. Simply beautiful! Thanks for showing them off!

  21. How pretty! Going to “Clip” it….which I learned about yesterday :)

  22. Wow, those are gorgeous. I think I will make a bouquet for my boss who is allergic to flowers! Thanks for sharing this tutorial with us!

  23. Are you kidding?! That’s absolutely gorgeous! I can’t think of a reason to make one at the moment, but I pinned it because I WILL think of something. :)

  24. That is so creative, I don’t have a crative bone in my body. Very pretty!

  25. Those are really cute! Thorough tutorial as well. :)

  26. Those look awesome! I don’t know if I have the patience to do those with 3 kids screaming at me but they are seriously cool!

  27. Very beautiful. My daughter would love to help make these.

  28. Wow! Beautiful! I’m not very crafty so this stuff impresses me so much!

  29. I’ll admit, when I saw the first photo, I was a bit intimidated. But it sounds a lot easier with your instructions. Definitely a cute gift for Mother’s Day, a birthday or even Easter. Thanks for sharing!

  30. Great directions! Even I could make thes {with about 6 hours}!

  31. All I can say is WOW! Makes me almost want to become crafty :)

  32. Wow, those are so pretty! I love the purple one on the bottom left. My girls would be very impressed with me if I made those. :)

  33. Those are phenominal! I don’t know if I have your mad skills, but you make it look so easy I might have to give it a try.

  34. Jeanette says:

    Holy smokes, that is awesome! Thanks so much for sharing this fantastic tutorial, you put it together very well!

  35. This is so beautiful. I’d love to do something like this but I’m all thumbs 😉

  36. Those are so beautiful! I have some extra scrapbook paper laying around that I might just want to use on this :)

  37. It`s so adorable! It seems like easy to do.

  38. I love it! I`m going to try it and post my output in my craft blog. Thanks for the tutorial

  39. These are so beautiful! And with the step by step instructions I think I could probably accomplish this craft. It might not look completely the same but I would think they would be pretty. Now to find some scrapbook paper that has design on both sides. I am in need of some brightening up — it is snowing again here today.

  40. gorgeous! the tutorial really makes me feel like i might be able to accomplish this!

  41. Wow, you are very creative. These are awesome. Thanks for sharing. Have a great day.

  42. That’s so beautiful! And thanks for sharing the tutorial. My little one would love a paper crown on them!

  43. Awesome idea! Those are the kinds of flowers I need. I still have dried flowers out from Valentines Day

  44. pretty, pretty flower. Great job.

  45. You are very talented!

  46. So pretty. I am the most un-crafty person I know, so I always think people who can do stuff like this are amazing. LOL

  47. These are beautiful!!! I don’t think mine would come out as nice as yours, but I would be willing to give them a try!! If not, I can have a paper Daisy or something. :) haha 😉

  48. Beautiful project with a great tutorial. Very inspiring.

  49. Oh my goodness! I make fabric rosettes and flowers all the time, but I’ve never made any from paper before. I will have to try this out!

  50. A beautiful project! And so easy to make! I they would look beautiful in a wreath!


  51. Lovely! I wonder how they’d look made with fabric treated with stiffener. You might get some interesting textures.

  52. That is so gorgeous! I love roses.

  53. Very nice! I like this paper rose. It would be nicer I think than regular roses. I appreciate you posting the tutorial.

  54. this is such a great idea for boutineers for weddings. cheaper too! awesome!!!

  55. love love LOVE this! Pinned it right away! Thanks for sharing!

  56. Oh pretty! I may have to try that to put in a vase on my dining room table.

  57. Really nice project! Thanks for sharing :)

  58. These are so pretty! You did a wonderful job!

  59. Those are really beautiful. You are very talented.

  60. Ok. Now that’s impressive.

  61. Great project :) Soo cute!

  62. That turned out beautiful! I am so not crafty, so I really like seeing everyone else’s projects. You did a great job!

    I liked your Facebook page so I can keep following!

  63. Wow, I’m impressed! I’m so not crafty, so it’s hard for me to understand how you even came up with a project like that. Great job breaking the steps down so that even beginners can follow along.
    -Viva recently posted Homemade Pizza Dough

  64. Those roses look gorgeous! Thanks for the tutorial too!

  65. Beautiful! Too bad I’m not crafty. I’m going to send you over to my blogging buddy’s blog. Her name is Lynden and she’s making awesome stuff, too!

  66. How pretty!!! You make it look so easy!

  67. Those are so pretty – I love them! Thanks for sharing this idea!

  68. There is no way I could make something like that, normally. but your directions make me think I could probably pull it off if I wanted to. Great job!

  69. This is beautiful! It looks easy; one runny day the kiddos and I might try it. For now I’ve “pinned” it so I know where to come back when that day arrives.

  70. Beautiful. Makes me want to have a tea part just to make these. I would do this, but there is no way I would ever have thought of how to do it myself. Thanks for outlining the steps.

  71. Love these!! I’ve never tried making paper roses before, but this makes me want to try. :-)

  72. I’m not a crafty person (no matter how much I want to be) but this is so gorgeous that it makes me want to try!

  73. Those are just lovely and you make it look like even I could make them. Thanks for sharing.

  74. Love it! They look so real!

  75. So pretty! Thanks for sharing!

  76. these are really beautiful , I wish I could make something like this. I will have to bookmark your tutorial

  77. The roses are so neat and the instructions clear. Thank you for the tutorial!

  78. Those are absolutely Gorgeous! This is a fantastic tutorial! The photos really help explain each step! I think even I could do this! Thanks!

  79. Beautiful! I love the variety based on the paper chosen.

  80. They are beautiful. Thanks for the tutorial.

  81. So beautiful, I love it. I already have the paper in mind, now I just need to find it in all my other paper! Thanks so much! :)

  82. This looks fun and easy…so pretty!!

  83. Thanks for the tutorial and template!! Those are gorgeous!

  84. Those are beautiful and actually look easy to make.

  85. How pretty! I will be following you so I can learn more from you and try out that paper rose! Thanks for sharing the tutorial, love it! I just hope my crafts will turn out as nice-I’ve not been known to be crafty but I do try anyways! =P


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