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DIY: Paper Rose Garland

diy paper rose garlandpaper flowers

Materials Needed:

  • 40 Pre-made Paper Roses (follow link to the paper rose instructions/template below)
  • Twine

paper rosesclick here

Once you have about 40 paper roses, grab your twine and follow the below steps. If you’re not feeling up to making all 40, no worries; these garlands look great with even just a few place in the center of your garland. paper rose garland


1. Take a strand of twine and double it up.  The length of your twine will be dependent on where you plan on hanging the garland,  so make sure to measure your space first and then double that distance in twine.

2. Take each rose and loop the floral wire stem around the twine, wrapping tightly to secure.

3. Continue adding on roses until you’ve reached the opposite end of your twine. Then secure the garland to your desired display location and adjust the roses so that they’re all outward facing.  For long garlands, it may be easier to assemble the roses onto your twine after the twine has been set in place, to accommodate for any movement or twists in the twine.

rose garlandpaper roses

This garland would look beautiful in so many different places and can be hung and molded in many different ways. It looks lovely just about anywhere!  And if you’re just wanting to take it easy, even these individual roses look beautiful in vases.flower bottles

  1. thelittleleaf

    May 16, 2013 at 4:18 pm

    Beautiful! I love these.

  2. Mollie

    July 22, 2013 at 1:35 pm

    These are so charming! Perfect for the shabby chic baby shower I’m planning. Again, I seriously can’t get over your photos…

  3. alcina

    February 1, 2014 at 4:40 pm

    hello, these are really beautiful! since Valentine’s day is coming up I really want to make these. Can you tell me what kind of paper you used? Can’t tell if it’s tissue paper, printer paper, construction or something else. Thanks!

    1. alanajonesmann

      February 7, 2014 at 8:22 pm

      Hi! Sorry for delay – I used tracing paper and handpainted the sheets, but regular construction paper works great too. My paper crown was made from construction paper, which you can see here:

      Best of luck with the crafting! xx

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