Bring more peace, tranquility and grace to your life with this simple-to-create potted paper jasmine. To make this floral paper project, start by downloading our templates. Use the SVG file with a cutting machine or the PDF version to be cut by hand – both ensure gorgeous results. Visit Paper Papers website to access these downloads and refer to the photo tutorial below to help you in the crafting process.
For this potted paper jasmine plant, we used Paper Papers metallic text weight paper. This paper is our absolute go-to. It’s more unique in its thinner composition than most cardstocks, making it ideal for floral projects like this one. It’s shimmering quality give it an extra elegant feel. For our jasmine plant, we used metallic paper in Ice Silver, Botanic and Fairway, but feel free to get creative and play around with other colors of your choosing! Browse Paper Papers wide selection here and craft something beautiful today!
Tools & Materials
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Wire Cutters
- Hole Punch – 1/16”
- Floral Wire – 24 gauge, 18 guage
- Metallic Paper – Ice Silver, Botanic, Fairway
- Floral Tape
- Gather the tools and materials listed above.
- Cut the petals and leaves according to our template notes using scissors or a cutting machine.
- Curl the flower petals in one direction using the edge of your scissors.
- Score the leaves along the score marks, then curl the edge of the leaves down using the scissors
- Put a small dot of glue on the tab and glue the flowers into shape with the petals curling down.
- Punch a hole in the middle of each flower.
- Cut the 24 gauged wire into 3” sections.
- Put a small dot of glue in the center of the flower, then place one end of the wire up through the flower just into the glue.
- Glue a 3“ wire between one botanic and one fairway leaf with the botanic leaf on top.
- Take 5 flowers and wrap floral tape around the end of the wires to secure them together, you will want 8 bundles of 5 flowers each.
- Use floral tape to attach an 18 gauged wire to a bundle of 5 flowers.
- Attach 2 leaves to the stem with floral tape.
- Attach 2 more leaves further down the stem using floral tape.
- Continue to attach leaves and 3 more flower bundles to the stem.
- Repeat steps 11-14 to create a second stem of jasmine.
- Connect the two stems of jasmine using floral tape and form it into an arch.
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Buy the paper for this project here!
Download the paper jasmine template here!
For the material list & written instructions, download from our link below.
Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.
Love the lo0k of these flowers and can not wait to make them!! I have 2 questions though, what vis final size per flower without the stem? and when I opened the file in design space their was no score in for the leaves only cut?
The flowers are about 1.5″. I double-checked the SVG file and see score lines in the leaves– you have to manually change them to “score” since they default to cut.
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Just downloaded and can’t wait to create! Just curious, do you have an svg file for a leaf that’s more accurate for jasmine attaching to a different project? I love the little, delicate foliage of jasmine vine.
Hi! No we don’t, but you could certainly reduce the size of these leaves since the shape is similar to a real jasmine vine 🙂
Hi Lia why cant I download the instruction or the template, I am a member and paid already for the whole next year. Tried several times keeps on saying page un available
The PDF and SVG templates are hosted on Paper Papers site: https://www.paperpapers.com/news/paper-jasmine-plant/
Lovely….is there an svg file?
Thank you! Yes, it’s available on Paper Papers site 🙂 https://www.paperpapers.com/news/paper-jasmine-plant/
Beautiful as usual (I can almost smell it!) and I love the little pot it’s in.