Flowers that Bloom on the Wall

Flowers that Bloom on the Wall

Forget wall tattoos - now your favorite paper designs can have their big moment: We'll mix them up, fold them into big flowers and hang them on the wall like pictures.



  • Patterned paper, e.g. wrapping paper (the sturdier the paper is, the better)
  • Sturdy paper for the stencil
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Folding tool
  • Paper stencil
  • tesa Powerstrips® small
  • tesa® all purpose glue

 

Steps

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Material overview.

01

We need patterned paper, e.g. wrapping paper (the sturdier the paper is, the better), sturdy paper for the stencil, scissors, pencil, folding tool, paper stencil, tesa Powerstrips® small, and tesa® all purpose glue.

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Cut a stencil from the sturdy paper according to the template.

02

Cut a stencil from the sturdy paper according to the template. Cut out 10 x 20 cm rectangles from the paper, 7 pieces per flower. Fold each rectangle in half horizontally with the pattern on the inside.

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Use the stencil to trace the half-petal.

03

Use the stencil to trace the half-petal.

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Cut out and unfold the petals.

04

Cut out the petals and unfold them.

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Apply all purpose glue along the edge of each petal.

05

Apply tesa® all purpose glue about 5 mm along the edge of each petal, from the bottom up to the mark (see stencil).

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Repeat this process until all of the petals are glued together.

06

Repeat this process until all of the petals are glued together. This will create a "flower cup" that is open on one side.

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Unfold the flower and attach it.

07

After drying, unfold the flower: Hold the flower on the closed side and use your other hand to carefully open it from back to front. Attach the flowers to the wall with tesa Powerstrips® small.

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Is'nt that lovely?

08

Enjoy your self-made floral wall decoration!

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