DI-WednesdaY | Tissue Paper Cherry Blossoms
By Jaqueline Gutierrez
Sponsored by The Bountiful Basket
One of our favorite ways to decorate around the house in late Winter/early Spring is to place 3-4 long flowering branches in a tall vase. The varieties that look best are cherry, peach, and apple. Cherry blossoms are also a great decoration for the Chinese New Year. Check out our easy tissue paper cherry blossom DIY for beautiful spring decor inspiration.
Original craft found here.
Tissue Paper Cherry Blossoms
Branches/twigs (We got ours from Snowline Orchard)
Pink Tissue Paper
- Cut out squares and rectangles of the tissue paper in varying sizes (no two blossoms are the same)
- Time to freestyle, to make the blossoms, just crumple up the squares into something that resembles a flower.
- Glue the flowers with smalls dabs of hot glue onto the branches. Allow to cool.
- Arrange in a tall vase and enjoy your year round cherry blossoms.
Thanks to The Bountiful Basket for its sponsorship of our DI-WednesdaY series. Its creative gift baskets gave us the inspiration to kick start our craftiness. Thanks, Bountiful Basket!