Photography by Ryan Brook Image by: Photography by Ryan Brook
Here's what you'll need:
- 2 sheets of tissue paper
Step 1: Cut strips of tissue 7-inches long by 2.5-inches wide. The number of strips cut will correspond to the number of flowers desired.
Step 2: Wrap a strip of tissue around your index finger—it doesn't have to be perfect, all blooms are unique! Slip off your finger and pinch and twist one end. Use a piece of tape to attach the bloom to a branch by the twisted end.
Step 3: Place a tiny dab of glue onto the stem end of a feather and tuck into the open centre of the bloom. Trim the feather if necessary.
Incorporate this fun tissue flower craft into your own Easter centrepiece.