Flowers are the kind of present that most human beings will virtually appreciate. The flowers are less expensive but beautiful. Take care when planning your floral presentation. Make positive to coordinate your tissue papers and ribbons with the hues of your flowers. This article will tell you how to wrap flowers in paper.
What You Need
- Stapler (optional)
- Bone folder (optional)
- Heavy-duty wrapping paper or Kraft Paper
- Tissue paper
- Clear tape
- Bouquet of flowers
- Ribbon or raffia
Cut Wrapping Paper
Cut the wrapping paper into a 20-inch by 26-inch cube. occasionally you may want to use a bigger-sized distance if your bouquet is redundant large.
Place the wrapping paper face down on your table. Place tissue paper onto the wrapping paper covering the entire back.
Position The Flowers
Put the wrapping or Kraft paper face down onto your work surface.
Turn the distance transversely so that a point is on top.
Cover with a forecourt of tissue paper, making sure the tissue paper covers the wrapper directly.
Slide the tissue paper over the point so that an inch of tissue paper is over the top of the pointed edge. The tissue paper will peep out over the side of the wrapper when the flowers are wrapped, adding enough discrepancy to the flowery donation.
Arrange the bouquet in your hand. Place the verdure on the bottom and the flowers on top in a seductive arrangement. It may be delicate at first, but holding the bouquet in your hand becomes more comfortable with practice.
Then place the flowers on the tissue paper transversely, as in the photo below.
Double-check the position of the flowers in your bouquet and make any necessary adaptations.
Fold The Wrapping Paper
Gently fold the left corner of the outside wrapper and tissue paper transversely toward the center as in the print over, being careful not to wrinkle the wrapper or tissue paper underneath.
Running one brochure over the crinkle will give it a clean, crisp edge.
Fold The Wrapper
Fold the left corner formerly again over the flowers and secure with clear tape recording.
Fold The Right Corner Of The Wrapper
Then fold the right corner of the wrapper and tissue paper transversely toward the center as in the print below.
Secure The Back With Tape
Wrap the right corner formerly again over the flowers and secure to the reverse of the package with clear tape recording. Voluntarily, use a stapler to secure your flowery package.
Fold The Bottom Over
The flowery wrapper will have a point at the bottom. Turn the flower package over, fold the point up, and secure it with tape recording.
Tie Pretty String Or Raffia
Tie enough corresponding string, strip, or raffia around the flowery package, also give your beautifully wrapped flowers to someone and watch them smile with delight!