Learn how to make easy paper roses from dollar store crepe paper streamers. This is a fun DIY project for both adults and kids alike!
This post is part of a paper flowers challenge that I'm taking part in with some other fabulous creators. After you read my post, make sure to check out the bottom of this entry to see what my friends created!
This craft was a happy little accident. Don't you just love those?! I wanted to create some crepe paper flowers, but I couldn't find crepe paper ANYWHERE locally. And I didn't feel like spending a ton of money or time to buy it online.
Then, I had an idea. Why not try making flowers out of dollar store streamers? They're made of crepe paper and so inexpensive. I couldn't do giant fluffy peonies like I had first envisioned due to the narrow width of the streamers, but I thought some pretty little roses would be the next best thing!
All you need to make these is a roll of crepe paper streamers, some wooden BBQ skewers (I also found these at the dollar store), some glue (I used Aileen's Tacky Glue) and some (optional) green ribbon to cover the stem.
Ready to make your dollar store streamer paper roses? Watch my easy video tutorial, below:
Aren't these so pretty and easy to make? Even my 5 year old Little B was making these with me the other day and loved every minute!
Now, come see how my blogging friends made paper flowers:
tatertots + jello made simple & beautiful Spring wall art with paper flowers.
My 100 Year Old Home is sharing a new video on how to make these gorgeous paper flowers.
Happy Happy Nester is telling us how to make these stunning crepe paper flowers.