Paper Marigold Flowers

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These paper marigold flowers are super festive and can be added to any bigger craft project easily.

I can’t say this is my favorite flower but sometimes you just feel like making something a little different. These paper marigolds are pretty petty and make for a cute headband.

Since it’s fall, I figured the color scheme also worked for other DIY decor projects around the house.

Marigolds are also very popular in garlands and celebrations and ceremonies.

These rolled paper marigolds are really easy to make and the perfect design for larger garlands and such projects where you need to make more than a few flowers.

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Materials for Paper Marigolds

Cardstock – I like using medium weight cardstock with colored cores for rolled flowers. I can’t stress the colored cores enough for rolled flowers. Here are some of my favorite brands:

Glue – I use either a polymer-based glue or a hot glue gun for my paper flowers:

Cutting Machine – I use a Cricut. Check out my recommendations for Cricut machines and accessories for beginners for more info.

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    Tutorial for Paper Marigolds

    Step 1: Cut out the rolled paper petals spiral

    I like to use blue light grip mats for rolled flower cutting. I find because the whole sheet goes down, it grips just fine even for more intricate petal designs.

    Step 2: Start rolling the flower

    I start with the outer most petal and just get the flower started with my fingers. Sometimes I will use a paper clip to hold this in place as I continue the roll.

    Step 3: glue the base

    Once the flower has been rolled, add a dab of glue to the center most base circle and hold the rolled flower on it for about 10 seconds.

    Leave it to set for about 30 minutes.

    Step 4: Accessorize with the rolled flower

    To turn these marigolds into a headband, I first started with a strip of felt and glued the flowers on this strip. You can also use any type of fabric.

    Trim the base fabric after you’ve glued the flowers. Then attach it to the headband.

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