Today is the first day of spring! It is so predictable that here in Portland it has rained all day. To add a pop of sunshine into all of our lives I made these cheery yellow paper ranunculus flowers today.
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Members can download the printable PDF and step-by-step photo tutorial below. The yellow ranunculus has both a back and front watercolor print and these flowers work best when printed on a letter weight white printer paper. I am also including the pink paper ranunculus PDF that is shown here in my tutorial. The pink version has only one side to print as I left the other white. You can find all of the tools and materials needed listed on the right hand side at the top of this post – including links to our top-match paper picks from our shop for this project.
Give these little blooms of sunshine a try. They are perfect to top a gift, wear in your hair or to decorate a Spring table setting. Remember to share the love by liking my Facebook page, and following me on Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram. Happy Spring! ~ Lia
- Yellow Ranunculus – Lia Griffith Frosted Craft Paper – Citrus Pack Color: #2 & #3
- Pink Ranunculus – Lia Griffith Frosted Craft Paper – Melon Pack Color: #2, Succulent Pack Color: #1
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