Italian Love Affair Ranunculus Bouquet


Italian Love Affair Ranunculus Bouquet

Italian Love Affair Ranunculus Bouquet

Vibrancy is the name of the game with the eye-catching Italian Love Affair Ranunculus Bouquet. This stunning arrangement is the perfect way to start the next chapter in your book. With no chance of wilting or dying, this DIY bouquet is the perfect stress-free detail for your tables or to walk down the aisle. Since these paper flowers aren't going anywhere, you can display them in your new home once the big day is over. Making paper flowers isn't rewarding just the day of. The payoff continues day after day.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts


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These flowers are absolutely gorgeous! I'm wondering if you need to buy a better quality crepe paper to accomplish this look? I've only ever seen the flimsy dollar store paper tgat is nowhere near as vibrant or stiff looking as the paper in the tutorial. I think these flowers would be beautiful in jars for a centerpiece. It would be wonderful because you can keep them as a momento or send them home with cherished family and friends.

This ranunculus bouquet is so bright and cheery! It will definitely put a smile on your face. What a perfect arrangement for a summer wedding!

So bright and cheerful. They will be great for me to make and take to the nursing home where I volunteer. I feel badly that they are not allowed real flowers but these really look like the living ones. I know they will love them. Thank you for sharing this wonderful project.

OHMYGAWD. These are the cutest flowers I have ever seen in my life. I really want to make them for my new apartment. I feel as though they would do wonders for the drab interior.

These are so bright and cheerful! They would make a lovely centerpiece for a summer wedding. I might make them just to brighten up my apartment for summer!


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