Of course, flowers are a decoration for any holiday. To make them, you generally need colored paper, wire, glue. Grab your little helpers and get to work!

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You need:

  • colored corrugated paper;
  • scissors;
  • wooden stick;
  • strong green wire (there are special floral wires);
  • glue.

Take corrugated paper, from which you will make the flower itself. Cut off a small piece of it about 7 – 8 centimeters wide. Lay a wooden stick on the side of the cut and wrap it with paper.

Carefully pull out the stick and cut the ends into even-sized pieces. You should have a fringe like the picture below.

Paper hyacinth / Photo by 5-Minute Crafts

Take two pieces of wire and intertwine them to create a stem for the future flower. Make the tip bifurcated to make it easier to glue the ends of the flower to it.

Wrap the end of the stem as shown in the photo below to make the bushy top of the hyacinth. Glue the end to the wire.

We make a bright flower from corrugated paper / Photo 5-Minute Crafts

Take green crepe paper and cut out two identical pieces that look like triangles. Lay the pieces on top of each other near where you will fasten them.

Apply glue and wrap the wire with paper as shown below. Thus, you can make several flowers and make a bouquet!

Bouquet of hyacinths / Photo by 5-Minute Crafts


You need:

  • double-sided colored paper;
  • scissors;
  • stapler;
  • the wire.

Take sheets of blue paper, lay them on top of each other and make a fan. Stapler secure the paper in the middle. Trim the edges, making a semicircle.

Making a chrysanthemum / Photo by 5-Minute Crafts

Carefully open the future flower. Lift the leaf from the edges and up to make the chrysanthemum lush.

Chrysanthemums for home decor and gift / Photo by 5-Minute Crafts

Attach the bud to a wire and place it in a vase to make an unusual decoration for your home. Flowers can be used to decorate a postcard without using wire.

Bouquet of chrysanthemums / Photo by 5-Minute Crafts