Paper Flower Wall Art

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I love using leftover supplies from past projects and thinking of new ways to use them. I have a lot of scrapbook paper just lying around, so I decided to use some of it to make some paper flowers for my daughter’s art wall.

first. Cut several petals in different sizes and shapes.

 second. Fold one end of the petal.

third. Hot glue them to a paper circle.

fourth. Add a fabric or paper covered brad to the center or simply cut another piece of paper for the center. I have also crumpled up paper to put in the center.

fifth. I used some double-sided foam tape to stick them to the wall.

 {Go here for tutorials on how to make the baby stats subway art, name sign, brad wall art}

A really quick and easy project that is great to personalize some wall space!


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Sarah is a former NBC news reporter turned stay at home mom. She loves spending time with her three little ones. Her days include picnics at the park and potty training, and she tries to squeeze in some crafting and sewing time when she can. You can follow what she (and her family) are up to and what her latest project is at The Winthrop Chronicles.

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