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Do you know anyone that has hay fever? Perhaps allergic to pollen? This flower really solves all your problems, cause it won't send them sneezing!

It's super simple, you can customize it and bring a bright bouquet with you for all those special occasions.

WARNING: If they're allergic to tissue paper and pipe cleaners or the dye in either, then it really isn't hypoallergenic.. but it does help out the bunch that are allergic to scents and pollen :)

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Step 1: Assemble

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What are flowers without colours?

What you'll need to start making these flowers are:

  • tissue paper of any colour
  • scissors
  • pipe cleaners
  • and ribbon, twine, or floral tape (optional)

Step 2: Snip

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Take your tissue paper and pick out the colours that you want. After that, cut them into long rectangles, keeping in mind that the longer the rectangle the longer the petals.

Now is the time to note that the more layers you have, the bigger your flower and the fluffier it'll look.

All my flowers in the picture consists of three layers.

Step 3: Arrangment

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Now, put the tissue paper in order of colour preference. The colour you want at the top of the flower will always have to be on the top layer.

Once that's done, start folding it like an accordion. The bigger the accordion folds, the bigger your petals will be and the fluffier it'll look!

Step 4: Petals

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Taking your pair of scissors you can create the shape of your petal on both sides right away OR to ensure that none of your petals are flat on the top, cut off the excess before creating the shape of your petal.

With your pipe cleaner, create a "hook" and hook it in the middle of your accordion. MAKE SURE that the hook extends beyond the bottom of the accordion as you'll need to wrap the excess pipe cleaner around the "stem".

The different ways you cut the petals will determine the overall flower shape.

For example, rounded petals tend to look more like peonies and sharp V cuts look more like daisies!

Awesome! Great flowers
Thanks! Very detailed instructable. Helps a lot!!

Some of the nicest tissue flowers I've seen - great photos too :D

camiekayy (author)  jessyratfink1 year ago

Thanks! ^^ If you ever make them, let me know how they turn out!

These flowers are nothing to sneeze at!