Growing flowers can be challenging, but making them out of paper may prove simpler than you would have guessed. With the illustrated instructions here, it is possible to create surprisingly lifelike replicas of a tulip, peony, dahlia, wall flower, and butterfly ranunculus out of crepe, cardstock, or tissue paper. The resulting blooms are conspicuously beautiful, and ready to be used as a decoration, a gift, or just a way to brighten a room.
Build A Flower: A Beginner's Guide to Paper Flowers
Author: Lucia Balcazar.