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by Sarah Long
Sarah grew up in Monterey, CA and now lives in Los Angeles. When she's not writing, you can find her enjoying a good book, fine wine, sunflowers and long walks on the beach.
Feel like getting crafty? Paper flowers are gorgeous, and most don't take a ton of time to master.
This gorgeous arrangement from Creative Jewish Mom looks great all year round.
White paper roses are timeless and elegant.
Martha Stewart's crepe-paper roses are incredibly life-like.
These festive hats by Oh Happy Day are perfect for a tea party.
This dahlia wreath is perfect to hang on your door during the winter/spring transition.
Watercolor paper flowers are very time consuming to make, but the end result makes it well worth the effort.
Crepe-paper flowers with a touch of glitter make for an amazing gift box topper.
A wreath of roses made from recycled book pages is pretty much a bibliophile's dream.
These gorgeous rosettes take little more than paper and a hot glue gun.
Festive tissue-paper flowers are fun decor certain to liven up any party.
An adorable vase of poppies is easy to put together and looks super cute on your work desk.
Who knew that a little bit of copy paper could look so much like a real ranunculus?
This version of a hyacinth doesn't smell as delightful as the real thing, but it looks just as gorgeous.
Tiptoe through the tulips with this super easy DIY tutorial.
These fluffy creations look just like daisies, and you can easily customize the colors.
The large size of these giant paper peonies is what makes them so magical.
Because who doesn't love a crown of daisies?
Pale pink anemones are a bridal favorite, and the paper variety look so pretty in a vase.
These graceful, inexpensive-to-make flowers look glorious as a boutonnière.
Vibrant colors make Once Wed's cherry blossom wedding centerpiece a real showstopper.
Human-sized paper blooms take some elbow grease, but the outcome is totally whimsical.
The Elli Blog makes this DIY super easy for you with printable downloads of the blossoms and leaves.
These scalloped edge paper flowers almost look like fresh carnations.
These bouquets made of cupcake liners, pipe cleaners and construction paper will brighten your day in a hurry.
This giant sunflower is super fun, and the best part is you can make it for under $5!
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