Gift for mom on March 8: DIY paper tulips (+bonus video)

Gift for mom on March 8: DIY paper tulips (+bonus video)

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A gift made with your own hands always has a special meaning. March 8th is a wonderful occasion to express your love and gratitude to the dearest person in the world – our mother. And what could be more touching than a gift made by children? Watch joy-pup for step-by-step master classes on making paper tulips with your own hands.

Bonus Video How To Make Tulip Bouquet Paper

Delicate tulips – master class

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Materials:

  • A4 paper in white, green and purple;
  • straws for drinks;
  • pencil;
  • ruler;
  • PVA glue;
  • floral tape;
  • toothpick.

Step-by-step master class

  1. Prepare materials and tools. Download the petal template here and cut out the desired number. To make 1 tulip you will need 6 petals.
  2. Cut out the petals using scissors. You can make a tulip with soft pink edges. To do this, blend the pink chalk along the edge of the part.
  3. Glue the parts along the cut. Twist the ends inward with a toothpick. Lightly squeeze the top of the petal with your fingers.
  4. Glue the petals to the tube, 3 petals on each layer.
  5. Use green floral ribbon to wrap the straw.
  6. Cut out leaves 2 cm wide from green paper, the length is arbitrary. Make one end of the part narrower – this will be the top.
  7. Glue the leaves to the stem of the flower.
  8. Make purple and white tulips this way. Form flowers into a bouquet and give it to your mother for the holiday.
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DIY 3-D tulips

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Materials:

  • paper of different colors or with prints;
  • chenille wire;
  • glue stick;
  • scissors.

Step-by-step master class

  1. Cut out flower heads from paper (pictured below), each tulip requires 4 pieces. Fold them in half.
  2. Take the chenille wire, coat the end with glue and stick it to the central part of the flower.
  3. Glue the second part of the tulip to half of the first part, leaving the other half free.
  4. Add the third piece in the same order as the previous one, leaving one half without glue.
  5. Lay out, pinch and fold the parts of the tulip head until symmetrical.
  6. If the chenille wire is too long, do not cut the ends, but roll them into a circle to make the stem easier to place in any vase.
  7. Repeat the above steps for each tulip, varying the height of the wire bases for different flower heights.
  8. Arrange the tulips in a vase.
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