This is the second part of my Paper Flower Tutorial - see Part One here. The flowers here are simple to make, from strips of paper.
They're great for using up those little bits you end up with sometimes, after cutting mats for photos, or bits of paper for your scrapping projects. Have a go at these, then see if you can come up with some variations of your own!
By the way, someone mentioned the papers I used, for the last Tutorial and I realised I hadn't said what they were. The paper for these flowers is the same too - it's the "Rose Garden" range, by Papermania. (These flowers are made from the 8" x 8" Paper Pack).
As with the Circle flowers, you will need a ruler, craft knife and probably a pencil, for marking measurements (unless you're like me, and do it by the "that looks about right" method!). You will also find some paper punches handy, for cutting circles and also fancy edges for your paper strips.
An assortment of pieces of paper. Waste strips from other papercrafting, bits of spare scrapbooking papers, pieces of art paper or matting blocks, even thicker sheets of gift-wrap can be used. Patterned paper is nicest, but plain can also make very pretty flowers.