The Paper Berry Tutorial
I'm back after a quiet but lovely Christmas break, and I've just hit publish on a new tutorial that I wanted you to be the first to see!
Inspired by the festive season, today's tutorial is for a paper berry stem which can actually be used all year round! Berries are a great filler stem for adding a bit of texture and variety to your paper blooms.
This tutorial can be used for all sorts of different berries, I'm making a traditional white snow berry, but you could easily make currants, blueberries, or physalis using the same techniques.
I also created a pinterest board for you showing some different ways you can use all sorts of sizes and colours in your paper flower bouquets, check it out here.
And do you want to know the best thing about this tutorial...? You don't need a template! So you can simply watch the video and get started straight away!
You can watch the step by step video over on the Ta Muchly Paper Blooms YouTube channel, or by clicking on the image above.
Hope you've had a lovely Christmas if you celebrate it, and don't forget to tag me on instagram if you fancy sharing your finished creation! @tamuchly_paperblooms
I'll be back with more paper flower tutorials in 2022!
Also, don't forget I have other free paper flower templates and tutorials for you to try, and you can also see the full range of my paper flower templates here.
Until next time, happy flower making.