Paper Rose Greeting Card – DIY

So I’m back with another greeting card and this time with a free template download!


I’ve been very inspired by those large paper flower decors and the Lancome La Rose Blush that I’ve been seeing. So I tried making a smaller paper rose for decorating my greeting cards. Since Mother’s Day is coming up soon, I feel that this would make a very pretty Mother’s Day card or any special occasion greeting card.


Materials I used:

  • Cardstock paper
  • Printer and printer paper
  • Double sided tape
  • Scissors
  • Petals Template (which you could download here): Petals PDF File
  • Ribbon
  • Pen

2_vickytI printed out two sheets of petals and cut out all the petals. Then I rolled one of them into a tube shape (with the pink showing on the outside) and taped it into that position. Then, curl the top of all the petals.
3_vickytPlacing a piece of double sided tape onto the bottom of the tube, I wrapped/folded two other petals around the tube.

Then, placing another piece of tape at the bottom, I wrapped more petals around the previous petals. My paper rose isn’t circular at the bottom; I kept it somewhat flat and folded (as shown on the photo above) at the bottom so it’ll be easier to tape later onto the card.

I continued adding more until I was satisfied with how it looked.

I didn’t end up using all the petals I cut out but I was pretty happy with how it turned out.

I had a half piece of card stock paper that I folded in half to be the card. On the bottom of the flower, where a typical stem would be, I taped it directly onto the card.

For finishing touches I taped a small ribbon onto the bottom of the flower.

I just need to add a message on the inside and it’ll be completed.

I feel like I’m a little bit obsessed with roses and have made quite a few rose themed crafts. LOL which flower are you obsessed with?


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