Flower-Shaped Paper Ornaments
In preparation for the holiday season, I’ve been making paper ornaments. These ornaments are perfect for wreaths, trees, garlands, or as my favorite use — a gorgeous substitution for a traditional bow when you wrap a gift. It’s amazing how pretty folded & cut paper can be!
Today, I’m going to just post some pictures of the ornaments I’ve made (along with a link to my Etsy shop where these ornaments can be purchased). AND tomorrow, I’m going to post a tutorial where you can learn to make these ornaments yourself. The ornaments are infinitely customizable — like snowflakes, but they remind me more of flowers in their execution.
I’ve made the paper ornaments out of patterned & solid colored papers,
but my favorite ornaments are made from catalog paper! (In this case West Elm & Free People; such pretty colors!)
They’re a lot of fun to make; they’re pretty easy to make; and they can be used for so many things! If you’d like to purchase a set of these, just check out my Etsy shop here: JulepStyle.com on Etsy!
4 thoughts on “Flower-Shaped Paper Ornaments”
I can’t find the tutorial and I would love it! I do art with patients in a hospital and we have so much decorator paper we could use for this. I think the patients would really like to make these. Everyone wants to do something for the holiday right now.
Sorry Ann, I hadn’t gotten around to posting the tutorial yet. I will get it up tonight & send you an email! Thanks for the interest!
Hi! I just stumbled upon this – these are beautiful! Could you share the tutorial? Thank you!