I have never been into flowers, I probably know one or two types. But, in this last year I've been admiring everything that has to do with flowers. I even want to take a flower workshop, so If anyone around the area knows about a good one, please let me know! So, since I've been in this mood lately I wanted to do paper flowers and since I am not an expert I wanted to start with something easy, and so I did!
Start by cutting squares or rectangles in different size. I noticed it actually looked better when the shapes were asymmetrical. Take the shapes you cut by the center of the shape and hold it from there to start pulling all the corners of the paper. Keep doing this until you see the shape forming. Once you are happy with the shape you can twist the end of the tissue paper that you were using to hold the folds in place. I used 3 papers to make each flower. So, do the same with the other 2 pieces of paper. Now, take the little ends that you twisted on each paper and tape them to the wooden stick creating the shape of the flower.
To cover the tape, simply take piece of tissue paper of .5in height and wrap it around the stick. Cut the excess and glue the end using the white glue. And, that's it! I will show you later on this week how I wrapped them.