Not just your average tissue paper flowers.

I’ve been wanting to make some tissue paper flowers for the longest time, so when Sally asked me if I could do the video for the Hero Arts blog this week I jumped right on it!  But I had to stamp on them, of course.

And make them kinda vintage-y.


I even made a card!


I can just imagine having friends over for tea with a card at each setting and flowers in a cute little vase ready for each friend take home, can’t you?  We’d have some of those cute little sandwiches and scones.  Or maybe coffee and donuts?  Or both! Yum!

And of course I’d have to use my Silhouette to cut some doilies for on the saucers. Oh yeah!

Watch the video over on the Hero Arts blog and check out the fun paper flowers that Sally made, too!

Have a happy day,

14 Replies to “Not just your average tissue paper flowers.”

  1. ***thud***  wow…those blooms are out of this world spectacular!  Love them!!!

  2. Oh how cute!  I love these!!

  3. Wow! Fabulous project, Lisa! Love both the flowers and the card. :)

  4. Oh Lisa, these are incredible !!!! I love your card too !

  5. SO dang pretty!!!

  6. Such summery and fun looking flowers!! Love the pink paired with the vintage colors!  The doily adds a great decorative touch!

  7. awwww i LOVE the ones you made! i totally want to make some for a friend’s baby shower!

  8. These are so fabulous! And I love how you photographed them too – SO CLEVER! :)
    Do you have to use a square of tissue? At the end of the video you said you cut the stamped image in half… So a rectangle works too?

    1. Hi Anna — yep, a rectangle works too! The flower will be the width of the rectangle and it will be really super fluffy and full!

  9. LOVED your Flowers today Lisa…I need to try that…when I can find some time!!!

  10. Lisa, love the flowers! You make it looks so simple. Was thinking that for funky flower stems, wouldn’t it be fun to use the Japanese washi tapes in place of the green floral tape?!

    1. Hi Mon! I thought of that too, but didn’t want people to have tape envy, ha ha ha! :)

  11. beautiful tissue flowers, Lisa! thanks for the video!

  12. Gorgeous, gorgeous blooms!!! I have to try this as soon as I get home! Thanks for the video and for your nice comment on my blog ;)

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