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The wire can be found at the hardware store, and is sometimes called “black wire” or “annealed coil wire.” Be sure you are using low temp hot glue because you’ll be able to feel it right through the paper petals as you work. You will need to stockpile at least 5 different sizes of petals ranging from about ¾ inch wide to 3 inches wide.I cut freehand, and avoid templates, so that each petal is a unique and organic shape. I really feel that this is the most important step to create natural and soft looking flowers.I've seen book page flower tutorials before, and have made some of the spiral type myself, but I really love the look of these roses. Thanks for sharing these step by step instructions, I can't wait to try and make these. But I'm having a hard time understanding the steps with the ribbon. Alexandra Jennifer on May 20, 2012 Just made one, and I love it!

I heated it up in a small tupperware, dipped and coated each paper petal in it's flat form, cleared off the excess with my fingers and then laid them on a cutting board to dry.

To speed up the process, I used masking tape over top of all the petals and took my blow dryer to them.

Slightly disturbing..) Heather on Aug 5, 2011 I actually made my bridesmaid bouquets out of newspaper and my bouquet out of brown paper bags :) There is an easier way to make the petals by just cutting them all together rather than using so much glue on each individual petal. If it turns out half as beautiful as these look it'll be my rehearsal bouquet and then a toss bouquet. I took sheet music of our favorite jazz songs, and also the love letters that my fiance has written to me to make my bouquet.

Email me if you need a tutorial-I found it on youtube! Mimzy Wimzy on Sep 24, 2011 I absolutely love these. I have them pinned and constantly find myself going back to look at them. I added in dried roses, the first roses he gave me when we started dating, along with babys breath and leaves and tulle, and it couldn't be more perfect! Zak on Feb 14, 2012 Just made these last night for my wife for Valentine's day, and they are beautiful.

I'm getting married in April at the huge downtown library, and "books" are our theme, so I have been looking for a good paper flower bouquet DIY project to try. Courtney on Nov 5, 2011 I just finished making my bouquet this week. Caitlyn on Jan 4, 2012 These are beautiful, I found them tonight and have already made three, although, when I folded them up on the edges, before I glued them on I held each individual petal over a burning candle until it turned this really nice tan color. I ended up cutting the width of all the bases to about the width of a marble, and it worked much better. been working on the bouquet this weekend despite the fact I am not even dating. Also made some smaller ones from newpaper to attach to a head band.