How to Make Paper Rosettes

I have been looking at all the pretty paper fan rosettes. It's like making 2 fans and putting them together. I remember making countless fans when I was a kid.

pretty paper rosettes pink green

This whole craft is about folding paper to make a fan and then putting them together to form a large circle.

pretty pink and green folded paper rosettes

Here is how to make these pretties!

Did you ever fold paper to make a fan? This is very similar to that. In fact, it's the same - only put 2 of the fans back to back to make a whole round rosette and glue together. You'll see... it's easy.

Take a piece of scrapbook paper and fold it back and forth. Make 2 of these.

Cut this in half.

Attach all the pieces together to form a long folded rectangle using double sided clear tape.

Tape the ends together also to form a big folded circle.

Lay it out flat.

Put some hot glue in the center to hold the rosette together... done.

folded circle with glue gun

I considered putting a paper heart in the center but it seemed like it might be too much.

pink and green paper folded circles

Now, I can hear my mother saying (she hasn't seen them yet), "What are you going to DO with them?" As if making them is not enough. They have to have a function, too. Well, that is a future post, my lovelies...

pretty paper folded in circles

Gosh, I love these things. They came out so cute!!

Best winter wishes and stay warm, everyone!




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  1. They look so pretty that I have to PIN it. They would so pretty displayed in the arrangement that you have in that last photo and hung on the way.

  2. Thanks, Darlene. That's really sweet of you. Really? You think I should hang them as is? Wow. I just set that up for the picture but maybe you are right. They do look kinda pretty that way. Maybe over the mantel as I have to get the Santa Claus picture off of there soon. :)

  3. SO pretty!! Oh I just love them!! pinned!

  4. Linda these are so cute! I love them and they would be great to decorate for a party! Headed over to pin them!

  5. These are so pretty and they look quite easy to make. Off to pin this!

  6. I love your paper rosettes! Aren't the colors fun? I've used them to create a vibrant wall display in my daughter's Big Girl Room Makeover. The posts isn't ready yet but I'd love for you to follow along to see all the projects I have planned.

    I'm following along to see what you have planned!

  7. Fun and fast two of my requirements for crafting! I will keep these in mind for spring garden party. Happy New Year

  8. Completely love these paper beauties. I especially like the different printed papers you used. Visiting via "Family Fun Friday" from over at where I gush over all things paper and the lost art of letter writing. You might enjoy.

  9. I love these and they look easy. My daughter will love them too. Thanks for sharing.

  10. These are wonderful! I've wondered how to easily make them- wondering no longer! I'm currently in Japan waiting for my mailed packages containing my crafting supplies. Pinned!

    XO/Lena @ Root&Blossom

  11. Oh I love making these! I have to really resist not putting them on all my banners lol...

  12. Very cute! Can't wait to see what you do with them. :) Thanks for sharing via Family Fun Friday.

  13. I'm so glad that you shared this!!! I was trying to figure this out earlier today for a project I'm working on right now. Thanks for sharing on the Daily Blog Boost last week! :)

    - Brooke -

  14. Hey Linda,
    These are so pretty. Thanks so much for sharing with Wednesday's Adorned From Above Link Party.
    Debi and Charly @ Adorned From Above


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