June 08, 2019 1 min read 4 Comments

 

We have a new DIY tutorial from a much-admired paper floral artist, Catherine Oxley of Bouq paper Flowers. Catherine has designed this peony to be an easy and fun way to get started. It’s a nice, big fluffy flower that carries a lot of impact.

Supplies:

  • 16 or 18 gauge florist wire – Available at Golda’s Kitchen, Michaels, Dollar Stores
  • 24 or 26 gauge florist wire – Available at Golda’s Kitchen. If unavailable, anything with a thinner weight will suffice
  • Green Florist Tape – Available at Golda’s Kitchen, Michaels, Dollar Stores
  • Wire Cutter Scissors Tacky Glue – Available at Michaels, Dollar Stores (I use the Aleene’s brand)
  • Hot Glue Gun – Available at Michaels, Dollar Stores
  • Hot Glue Sticks – Available at Michaels, Dollar Stores
  • Tape Measure or Ruler
  • Paper Tissue
  • 1 Roll Carte Fini Crepe Paper – Available online at cartefini.com (details below) in your flower color preference
  • 1 Roll Carte Fini Crepe Paper – Available online at cartefini.com (details below) in green for the calyx/leaves

For the full written tutorial + templates, click here.


4 Responses

janet
janet

July 06, 2019

Beautifully done, and what a fantastic tutorial. Thank you :-)

Judith Quarrie
Judith Quarrie

May 20, 2019

Absolutely stunning and great tutorial many thanks!!

BOUQ Paper Flowers
BOUQ Paper Flowers

May 14, 2019

I hope you enjoy this tutorial! Don’t forget to tag your flower on Instagram with #studiobouq so I can see your gorgeous flowers! Have fun ;)

Debra
Debra

May 14, 2019

I love that your doing this ! I love to see more !

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