Creative 3D Paper Flowers


3D Paper Flowers

It is time to make these amazing 3D Paper Flowers! We are massive fans of paper crafts and all things spring! Today, we are merging our love of paper crafts and flowers to create these simple 3d paper flowers for spring! We enjoy the Spring colors and form of these beautiful 3d Paper Flowers, and I hope you will as well.


  • Paper sheets in different colours (I chose yellow and pink)
  • Stapler
  • Paper scraps & glue for decorating (optional)


Step 1:

  • Fold 2 pieces of paper into 8 bits on the “short” side.
  • Continue folding the paper in half, then unfolding and refolding it.

Step 2:

  • To get a circle form of petal, cut a curve of the open flap facing towards you.
  • Do the same with other paper but now cut the side facing your scissors. You can do the same technique as well.

Step 3:

  • Fold both papers in the middle to get a crease.
  • In the centre, staple the two flowers.

Step 4:

  • Take the top and bottom ends of the yellow paper and bring them together to meet. This is one half of the flower. Staple the two meeting sides.

Step 5:

  • repeat steps 1-4 to get the other half of the flowers.
  • Staple both halves together towards each other.

You can decorate your flowers further with leaves and more colors.

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