Add a floral element to cards with these fabulous flower designs
Flowers never go out of fashion and are always appreciated by recipients. There are so many ways to add flowers to cards, from die-cut petals to 3D origami blooms, ready-made paper roses or paper pieced designs – the choice is yours!
Whether for birthday cards, Mother’s Day cards, weddings, anniversaries or thank yous, we’ve included plenty of ideas for flower card making designs in Papercraft Inspirations magazine. Here are just a few of our favourites, to help inspire your next floral papercraft project.
For extra texture, use rolled ric-rac or pom-pom trim to create the vibrant blooms on this beautiful bouquet card.
Mix and match elements from our unique printables kits, to create some fantastic floral bouquet displays. Download the kit today and start building your blooms.
These feminine floral printables come with jugs and vases in which to arrange your dimensional flowers. Download the printables today, for lovely handmade birthday cards, Mother’s Day and more!
Find exotic flora and fauna in our trendy collection of tropical printables. Add large blooms and striking leaf designs to your cards and papercraft projects!
Learn how to use Distress Inks to colour fabulous flowers on your cards. Take a look at our Masterclass step-by-step guide, to find out how to create this effect.
Add oriental charm to your makes with our Cherry Blossom Joy free papers. Use the floral backing paper and set of toppers to build up your designs.
Create a vintage, shabby-chic feel to florals, by creating large flouncy blooms. Add touches of lace and pearls, to complete the shabby-chic look. Why not includes these tissue paper flowers on your next homemade greeting card?
Use your favourite ribbons to make this sweet and simple design. Take a look at our how-to guide, to make your own version in just five easy steps!
Download our handy papercraft templates to make these sweet little jam jar cards. By adding a few simple blooms to the cards, you can create a lovely spring feel. Zesty backing paper works really well with these designs, too. Layer the petals of the flowers, to add more dimension to your cards. A few fluttering 3D butterflies finish off the cards nicely.
Floral cards are a firm favourite for Mother’s Day. Here, strips of patterned free backing paper have been teamed with 3D flower toppers for a colourful combination. Add buttons and twine bows to the centre of flowers, for added interest and texture. Download the free papers today for your own floral papercraft projects.
Enjoy lace and floral touches in this collection of vintage free papers.