Let your DIY skills bloom

Blooming branches make such a stunning statement. They’re also a lovely way to bring the beauty of spring into your home. If you need some styling ideas, you can place these crepe paper flowering quince branches in a simple vase on a table in your entryway, living room, or dining room.

Our designer Meagan crafted this crepe paper flowering quince branch using our extra-fine crepe in blush and ruby for the petals and cypress for the little leaves. She also used PanPastel to color the petals and add some detail to the flowers to make them look more real. Another way to make your flowering branches look more realistic is to use real branches. This is also a great way to save some money and use what’s around you.

When you’re ready to craft your own crepe paper flowering quince branches, just follow the tutorial below. Even though this DIY project involves PanPastel, it’s simple enough for beginners to do. But if you need any tips on using PanPastel to color your flowers, just watch this video. And of course you can always post pictures and get crafting advice from us and other makers on our Facebook page for members.

We hope you enjoy this spring craft! Let us know if you have any questions by commenting below.

How to Make Crepe Paper Flowering Quince Branches

  1. Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the pattern below.
  2. Cut your crepe paper according to the pattern notes.
  3. Use an art sponge to color the tips of the fringed center with the yellow PanPastel. Color the center of each petal set with the pink PanPastel, blending it up onto each petal.
  4. Next, use your fingers to twist each piece of fringe.

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Find More Flower DIY Ideas

Want to make more flowers? Browse all of our paper flowers and plants on the site. Or check our YouTube channel for paper flower video tutorials.

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