Tissue Paper Flower Favors




By Noreen Doll.

Tissue paper flower favors can be used for any occasion just by changing the color of the tissue paper you use.

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For a graduate use school colors, for Mother’s Day pastels would be pretty, and blue or pink for a baby shower.

Crafty Journal - Tissue Paper Flower Favors

For holidays you can use red for Valentines Day, orange and black for Halloween, fall colors for Thanksgiving, and red and green or blue and silver for Christmas.

Silver or gold tissue paper flower favors would be lovely for a wedding or a Golden Wedding celebration.

They are easily made and kids can help, too.

You could lightly pencil where you want kids to cut, and cutting doesn’t need to be perfect as once it’s gathered imperfections won’t show.

Or make a template in the shape of the already folded triangle for a child to draw around. The template can be made from a cereal box.

One sheet of tissue paper will make 4 favors. Unless you are using 2 colors, and then you will get 2 tissue paper flower favors from each sheet.

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Materials.

Tissue Paper in Various Colors

Scissors

Ruler

Twine or Narrow Ribbon

How to make Tissue Paper Flower Favors.

1. Fold a sheet of tissue paper in half, and then in half again so it makes 4 layers that are square.

Check with a ruler to be sure it is square.  If not, cut off the excess tissue paper on an OPEN edge.  Do NOT cut a folded edge.

2. Cut down the folds of the tissue paper to cut the squares apart.

3. Fold a square into a triangle.

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Fold again into a smaller triangle.

Fold in half one more time

4. With scissors, cut the open edge into a curve so that both edges of the triangle are about the same length.

Crafty Journal - Tissue Paper Flower Favors

5. Cut a decorative edge around the curved edge. You could use fancy edge scissors for this.

Crafty Journal - Tissue Paper Flower Favors

Here’s a different edge shape to cut.

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6. Cut 1 inch long slits between the curves you’ve made. Or if using edger scissors, cut slits about an inch or so apart.

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Cut an inch down the folds, too.

7. Open out the tissue paper and place the candy or favor in the center.

Crafty Journal - Tissue Paper Flower Favors

8. Cut ribbon or twine into 12 inch lengths (or longer if you prefer).

9. Gather up the edges and tie a piece of twine or ribbon just above the candy.

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10. Pull out the edges of the tissue paper into a ruffled flower.

If you want two color tissue paper flower favors, lay a second cut tissue piece on top of the first one.

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Then add your candy or small gift to the center, and gather and tie the two tissue papers together.

Crafty Journal - Tissue Paper Flower Favors

Tips

The slits you cut don’t have to be exactly 1 inch, and if they aren’t all exactly the same length it won’t be noticeable.

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They look like a lovely garden of tissue paper flower favors.

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© Noreen Doll

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Comments

  1. very cute idea!!

  2. I must do this!

  3. These are very cute! Thanks!

    xoxo, Jordan

  4. These are just too sweet! Thanks for sharing them with us at Monday Funday this week!

    Take care,

    Trish

  5. What a neat way to wrap up small gifts!!

    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill

  6. Super cute!
    May I post to pinterest linking back to you?
    ~Mrs. Lopez

  7. what a pretty idea. Thanks for sharing.

  8. hello! – these are so sweet, what a lovely idea :)

  9. So cute! Perfect for Mother’s Day.

  10. So sweet :) Thanks.

  11. Super cute and easy idea!
    Nancy

  12. visiting from take a look tuesday. Great tutorial and lovely idea. Will have to use this for a party

  13. So lovely!!! Love the idea! Thanks so much for sharing the great tutorial!
    Have a fabulous week!
    Hugs from Portugal,

    Ana Love Craft
    http://www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

  14. Is so cool your flowers and easy to make!I will make it too!
    Thanks for sharing!

  15. These are so pretty!

  16. Adorable! Thanks for the tutorial :)

  17. So cute! Thanks for sharing at The Gathering Spot. Have a wonderful week :)

  18. These are so pretty and simple. Love them. :)

    Hope to see you there,
    Jamie

  19. This is so cute! Thank you for sharing on Fluster’s Creative Muster Party!

    Robin
    Fluster Buster

  20. Very simple and clever, I can see doing this for lots of things, thanks so much!

  21. Those are so pretty! Thanks for sharing at the Pinterest Power Party! I’m pinning asap. :) Megan

  22. Great party favor idea, super cute. ;o)

  23. These are just the cutest! Thanks so much for sharing them at Transformed Tuesday.

    Hugs,
    Peggy~PJH Designs

  24. Those are great!! =) I especially like the one with two different designed papers – great job! Thanks! Hope you have a great week!!

    Danielle
    SewMuchCrafting.com

  25. Just as sweet as they can be and perfect for Spring luncheons :)

  26. I have been doing this for years…I just ♥ tissue paper!

  27. So stinkin’ cute! Love your step by step photos.

    Thanks.
    Foy

  28. these candy favors are terrific! What a fabulous easy to make treat that looks like a million dollars!!!
    You rock!!
    hugs xx
    Crystelle

  29. These are very easy and festive; not to mention very inexpensive too! Great share!

  30. Thanks. I have featured you in the Homeschool Review.

  31. Super cute! Thanks so much!

  32. These are so cute and such a great idea!

  33. What a cute idea! And so simple.
    I saw you sharing at Anything Blue Friday
    Debbie :)

  34. Love these. Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog.

  35. Oh I will be making some of these. Love how they can be cut differently and the colors can coordinate with other decorations and occasions.

  36. Wow, this is a great idea. So simple but still super cute! Thanks so much.

  37. these are adorable, great tutorial!
    Thank you for sharing @ Inspire Me Fridays!

  38. Cute idea! Perfect for many occasions! Thank you for sharing at Rock N Share Wednesday! Hope to see you again soon! Blessings, D@TheShadyPorch

  39. How SWEET! I love the scallops on the top. Your friend, Linda

  40. These are so super cute! I love how simple but pretty they are.

    Thanks so much.

  41. What a party last week on Friday Flash Blog! Thanks for joining us. I hope you’ve visited some of the other community members and you’re having a splendid week.

    Jennifer
    thejennyevolution.com

  42. So perfectly easy! I love it!

  43. Great looking and simple, my favorite! thanks for sharing on Craft schooling Sunday!

  44. I love them ALL!!!! What a cute idea to make a gift… This even can make a nice Mother’s Day wrapping gift!!! Thank you so much for stopping by!

    Hope you are having a lovely day

    Hugs
    Camila

  45. Hi Noreen, I love this simple idea for tissue packaging you make it look so special. I am pinning (one image) to my packaging board with a link back to here. I hope that’s fine.
    All my best, Theresa

  46. Hi Theresa, I’m happy to have you pin them. I love to share ideas!

    Noreen

  47. Congratulations! You’ve been featured!
    Amanda

  48. Hi got you from A Peek into my Paradise. Just pinned this.

  49. Amy Perdew says:

    I have tons of tissue paper and this is a super cute and budget friendly little favor! Hope you are having a lovely week.

  50. Hey there! Thanks so much for visiting our blog! Have a great week!

    Susie

  51. These are very cute! What a cute way to wrap things! Thanks so much for linking up.

  52. I love all things paper so much that I just had to pop over from “FridayFlashBlogJennyEvolution” linkup to see these cuties. Glad I did, they are so colourful and lovely. Possibilities are endless I think!

  53. How clever to use these as a container for treats! Beautifully done!

  54. These flowers are so cute. I used to make pom poms from kleenex, but have forgotten how now.

  55. These will be fun for all kinds of party favors or small gifts or just to add a splash of color! Thanks for sharing :)

  56. These are so fun, Noreen! But then, everything you do is fun! :) Your friend, Linda

  57. Oh, what a fun idea! I love them! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!

  58. I love tissue paper and often use it for wrapping gifts. This is a lovely idea. Thanks for linking up to Sweet and Savoury Sunday, stop by and link up again. Have a great day!!

  59. These are ever so pretty, and I love the colors. I am such a lover of color. I have a whole box full of tissue paper, and now I know what I can do with some of it! thanks for sharing at Sunday’s best, hope to see your creativeness at Sunday’s Best tomorrow.

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