Paper wall flowers - Wedding Album

Paper wall flowers

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Turn to page 121 of the latest issue of Wedding Album magazine (on shelves next week!) and you’ll spy a gorgeous, cascading flower wall.

Here’s how to recreate that burst of blooms for your own wedding, as a decor element or even for a photo booth background (via Lovely Indeed).

What you’ll need
• Tissue paper sheets, in as many colours as you like
• Scissors
• Masking tape
• A blank wall

How to do it

1. Cut your tissue paper into 25×50 cm sheets and fold them accordion style (like when you made paper fans as a child). Cut one end into a rounded shape.

Cutting-step

2. Unfold the paper and scrunch the flat ends together.

3. Roll a small strip of masking tape around itself, and use it to secure the two flat ends.

Unrolling-step

4. Mould your flower until you’re happy with its shape. Repeat to make as many as you need.

Moulded-flower

5. Use more masking tape doubled on itself to secure each flower to the wall. Voila! How does your wall garden grow?

Flowers-on-wall More-flowers-on-wall

Photography Lovely Indeed

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