Getting Crafty With Martha Stewart

Unlike some Martha Stewart projects that leave me feeling frustrated and completely inadequate, these paper dogwood blossoms were really easy. I will say though that I combined two different paper blossom tutorials, the dogwood & the cherry blossom.

After cutting about a dozen 3″ squares of Ajisai Hydrangea paper I started with the basic shape of the dogwood blossom. Instead of drawing little lines in the center I cut tiny notches off the sided while the blossom was still folded similar to the cherry blossom tutorial. My ending flower may not be totally accurate, half dogwood half cherry, but I love the results.

Add a scavenged branch and a little zip dry and I’ve got a new spring centerpiece for my dining table.

 Paper Blossoms

Paper Blossoms

Paper Blossoms

Paper Blossoms

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