You will need:
- Colored paper, card stock (any type of paper that is bendable)
- Flower punch
- Hole punch
You can find all of these materials at your local crafts store. For this particular project I used 1 sheet of vellum, and a flower punch I had on hand.
Each 8.5" x 11" size sheet can more or less fit about 20 flowers. Punch a row of flowers along a side, then just use scissors to remove the punched portion.
Once you have enough flowers punched out, punch a hole in the center of the flowers.
Once you've threaded all your paper flowers through the ribbon, you can determine the length and look of your garland.
By pushing all the clusters close, you can create a lei effect!
The great thing about this project is that it's really fool-proof and inexpensive. It softens up a space instantly without costing a lot. And since it's paper and ribbon, it's definitely a lot more environmentally friendly than using cut flowers.
-Pretty Stationery for Beautiful Souls