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How to Make Rolled Paper Roses

How to Make Rolled Paper Roses

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This is the easiest way of making such beautiful paper roses. The process is so simple to follow and kids will definitely enjoy making these cute paper roses.

Supplies needed:

  • Paper
  • Pencil
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Golden Rhinestone Stickers
Paper Roses

How to Make Simple Paper Roses

If you are looking for a simple paper rose tutorial, then this is one of the best tutorials you will find.

Step One

You will need 5″x 5″ piece of paper. Take a pencil and trace a spiral circle on the paper.

Paper Roses
Paper Roses

Step Two

Then cut the spiral circle on the pencil markings, trim off the end to make it circular.

Paper Roses
Paper Roses

Step Three

Start rolling the paper from the edge until you reach the center. Make sure to tightly roll the paper at the start.

Paper Roses
Paper Roses

Step Four

Once you reach at the base, let your flower loosen up a bit. Use glue at the base to glue down the flower.

Paper Roses

Step Five

This step is optional, take a golden rhinestone sticker and place it in the center of the rose flower.

Paper Roses
Paper Roses

There you have it!

Your cute paper roses is ready!

Paper Roses

This article has given you a lot of information about how to make your own paper roses. You now know the materials that are needed, what type of paper is best for this project and how to fold it into petals.

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