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How to Make a Flower

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You can make simple yet beautiful flowers from a wide range of materials. Once you know which materials you feel most comfortable using, you can also customize your floral creations to your own personal tastes.


Simple Beaded Flower

  1. Cut a length of wire.Unwind roughly 6 inches (15 cm) of 0.5 mm brass craft wire. Cut the wire using side cutting pliers.
    • If you choose to use smaller or larger beads for this project, the amount of wire you'll need will also change. The length of wire you cut should always be approximately twice as long as the combined width of your teardrop beads, if not a little longer.
  2. Thread the teardrop beads onto the wire.Feed six 1-inch (2.5-cm) long teardrop beads onto the cut length of wire.
    • Ultimately, the pointed ends of all the teardrop beads must point in the same direction. The beads should also be positioned toward the center of the wire.
    • You can alter the size of the teardrop beads as desired to create smaller or larger flowers, but the beads must all be the same size.
  3. Wrap the beads into a loop.Wrap the center of the wire into a tight loop, drawing the points of your teardrop beads together.
    • There should still be some space at the center of the formed circle. The teardrop beads should be side by side, but they should still lie flat when placed on a flat surface.
    • If you need help forming the loop, you can wrap the wire around a pencil or wooden towel.
  4. Secure each bead.Wrap the ends of the wire around one side of the top portion of each bead to help hold the beads in place.
    • Feed one wire end into the hole of the bead, then wrap it over the top side of the same bead before feeding it back into the hole again. Repeat for all six beads.
    • Wrap three of the beads with the right wire end and the other three beads with the left wire end.
    • Note that the wrapped side of the beads will be the back of the flower.
  5. Feed the wire ends into the round bead.From the front of the flower, thread both wire ends through the center of a 3/8-inch (9.5-mm) round bead. Pull the wire ends until the round bead rests in the center of the flower structure.
    • Pull the wire ends up from the back of the flower to the front. Direct the ends so that they cut through the center of the flower structure.
    • Feed the right wire end through the right side of the round bead and the left wire end through the left side of the round bead. Pull the ends in opposite directions to draw the round bead down into the center of the flower.
    • If you use smaller or larger teardrop beads, the round bead will need to be smaller or larger, too. Choose a round bead that roughly matches the width of your teardrop beads.
  6. Twist the wire.Draw the ends of the wire back down to the bottom of the flower. Twist them together beneath the round bead to secure the entire structure.
    • If necessary, use round nose pliers to twist the wire tightly.
  7. Use as desired.You can use this flower to decorate jewelry or other crafts. Simply position the flower over your chosen backing and twist the excess wire ends over and around that backing to hold the flower in place.
    • Once you've mounted the flower, use cutting pliers to trim the remaining wire. Hide the sharp wire ends beneath the beads.

Plastic Bag Flower

  1. Cut nine lengths of wire.Use wire cutters to cut nine 9-inch (23-cm) lengths of jewelry wire.
    • Each length of wire will be used to form one petal. You can create fewer or more petals as desired, but nine will allow you to make a simple rose.
  2. Bend each wire into a petal shape.Use your fingers to bend one wire into a 2-inch (5-cm) loop. Twist the ends together at the bottom of the loop two or three times to secure the shape.
    • Repeat with all nine pieces of wire.
    • To create smaller or larger petals, simply form smaller or larger loops.
  3. Cut squares of plastic.Use scissors to cut nine 4-inch (10-cm) squares of colored plastic.
    • You need one square per petal. Each square must be large enough to wrap around the length and width of the petal frame.
    • Plastic bag material works best for this, but you could also use cellophane or plastic wrap.
    • For a completely different look, sheer colored tights could be used instead of plastic.
  4. Wrap the plastic over the wire frame.Center one wire petal frame over one plastic square. Wrap all sides of the plastic over the wire frame and twist the ends of the plastic together at the base of the frame.
    • Try to keep the plastic as flat as possible as you stretch it over the frame. It will bunch up slightly as you twist it, however.
    • Twist the ends of the plastic together like you would twist the paper onto a lollipop.
    • Repeat with each wire frame and square of plastic.
  5. Secure the petal with floral tape.Wrap the twisted base of the plastic petal with a few layers of floral tape.
    • Repeat with each petal.
    • To make the petals look neater, you should also carefully trim away any plastic sticking out from beneath the bottom of the floral tape.
  6. Roll one petal.Take one plastic petal and carefully bend the wire around itself into a loose spiral.
    • Roll the petal from side to side, leaving the excess wire hanging down to serve as part of the flower's stem.
    • This petal will sit at the center of the flower.
  7. Wrap three petals around the first.Take a second plastic petal and position it next to the first rolled petal. Use your fingers to bend the wire slightly so that this second petal curves around the spiral center.
    • Repeat this process with two other petals. All three petals manipulated in this step should overlap slightly and completely surround the spiral center petal.
    • Wrap the wire ends around one another at the base of the petals as you work. You should only need to wrap the wires two or three times to keep the petals secure.
  8. Position the remaining petals.Arrange the remaining five petals around the entire center structure. Bend the wire of each petal slightly so that the entire petal curves gently around the center structure.
    • These five petals should slightly overlap and must also completely surround the center structure.
    • As before, you should wrap the wire ends around one another at the base of each petal as you work with it.
  9. Wrap the wire ends with floral tape.Hold all of the wire ends together, then wrap the bundle tightly with a long length of floral tape.
    • Start at the petal base and wrap the floral tape in a spiral down the entire length of the exposed wire. Mold the tape around the wire and continue until all of the wire is covered, including the sharp ends.

Cupcake Wrapper Flower

  1. Wrap a pencil with green washi tape.Start toward the eraser end of the pencil and wind green washi tape all the way down to the graphite tip.
    • You can use solid or patterned green washi tape. Wrap the washi tape in a slight downward spiral so that the layers just barely overlap one another.
    • Pencils are the easiest option to use for this craft, but you could also use a wooden dowel trimmed down to pencil length, 7.5 inches (19 cm).
  2. Fold and cut the first wrapper.Fold one colored cupcake wrapper into eighths, then use scissors to trim the open edge into a rounded triangle.
    • This cupcake wrapper can be any color and will be used to create petals.
    • You will need to fold the cupcake wrapper in half three times. This will create a flower with eight petals.
    • Alternatively, you can fold the wrapper in half four times and round off the top in a similar manner to create a flower with 16 petals.
  3. Repeat with four more cupcake wrappers.Repeat the folding and cutting step with four more cupcake wrappers to create four more layers of petals.
    • To create an aesthetically even flower, use identical cupcake wrappers and cut the same number of petals for each one.
    • If desired, you can also experiment by using different colors or by varying the number of petals.
  4. Cut the leaves.Fold a green cupcake wrapper into eighths, then round off one long edge.
    • You will need to fold the wrapper in half three times.
    • Round off the open long edge of the folded wrapper. Make sure that the point stays intact.
  5. Stack the layers.Unfold the cut wrappers and stack them on top one another. The green leaves should be placed on the bottom, but the petal layers do not need to go in any specific order.
    • Turn the petal layers slightly so that there are no visible gaps when viewed from above.
    • Consider using a small dot of hot glue in between each layer. Place the glue directly onto the center of one layer before placing the next layer over it.
  6. Attach the flower to the stem.Center the flower, leaf-side down, over the eraser of the wrapped pencil. Drive a small push pin through the center of all six flower layers and into the eraser.
    • If you are using a wooden dowel or are otherwise unable to use the push pin method, simply adhere the bottom of the flower onto one end of the stem with a small dab of hot glue.
  7. Bunch the petal layers.Use your fingers to carefully gather and bunch up the petal layers toward the center of the flower.
    • Continue manipulating the layers as desired to create the appearance of a full bud.

Giant Fabric Flower

  1. Cut two large strips of fabric.The first strip should be 45 inches (114 cm) long and 4 inches (10 cm) wide. The second strip should be 45 inches (114 cm) long and 5 inches (12.5 cm) wide.
    • Experiment with different types of fabric to produce different results. Most medium-weight or heavy-weight fabrics will be easy to work with, especially if they are fray-resistant. Avoid lightweight materials, stretchy materials, or materials that fray easily.
  2. Press the edges.Fold the long edges of both strips. Use a hot iron to press along the folded edges, holding them in place.
    • For each edge, you should fold down roughly 1/4 inch (0.6 cm). The exact measurement doesn't matter too much for this project, but the fold must be even along the entire edge.
  3. Fold both strips in half.Fold both strips in half crosswise, halving the total length from 45 inches (114 cm) to approximately 22.5 inches (57 cm).
    • Use an iron to press this fold, as well.
  4. Tie a knot with the thinner strip.Tie an overhand knot into one end of the thinner strip. Position the knot as close to the end as possible.
    • This knot will give you a starting point for the rolls you'll need to form. It should also prevent this end of the material from fraying.
  5. Roll and twist the smaller strip around this knot.Roll the fabric around the knot one full rotation. After that, continue rolling the fabric behind the knot until you reach the end of the strip.
    • Make sure that each consecutive layer stays behind the starting knot. The covered knot will need to be positioned at the top center of the flower.
    • After the first few rotations, you will need to begin twisting the layers as you wrap them to create rounded points along the perimeter.
    • Each layer should gradually extend further out, and the back of the flower should look fairly flat.
  6. Pin everything together.Insert a few straight pins through the stacked layers of the first strip to hold the entire thing together.
    • Set this first strip aside temporary.
  7. Repeat with the second strip.Follow the same steps used to roll the first strip to roll the second, wider strip.
    • Tie a knot on one end of the strip.
    • Wrap the strip around this starting knot.
    • Continue wrapping the strip around this point, twisting and stacking the layers as you go.
    • Pin the layers together when you finish stacking them.
    • The final circumference of this wider strip should be almost twice as large as the circumference of the thinner strip.
  8. Sew the two stacks together.Place the smaller stacked strip on top of the larger one, keeping the two aligned at the center. Use a sewing needle and thread to stitch the two stacks together.
    • Thread the needle with thread that matches the color of the fabric.
    • Start from the center of the flower and work outward, crossing across as many layers as possible.
    • Keep your stitches hidden beneath overlapping layers.
    • When you have stitched through the entire flower, tie a secure knot at the end of the thread.
  9. Check the layers.Remove all remaining straight pins and check the layers to verify that none of them are loose.
    • Loose layers can be tacked together with a needle and thread or a dot of hot glue.

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