One of my favorite 3d flower projects in Design Space is the Hope Anemone Flower Wall Art. I don’t love hanging things on my walls, since I live in an apartment, but I wanted to use these flowers for decor anyway. Using this project as my inspiration, I created a cute flower arrangement that I’ll never have to water and can change out or redesign any time I want.

These 3d flowers were relatively easy to make, with the only complication being deciding which type of glue I wanted to use. Making these, I used two kinds, but if I could start over, I would have used a hot glue gun from the start.

Here’s how I made 3d paper flowers.

That’s it! In all, this project took me about 30 minutes to make. The next time I make them, I’d likely choose darker greens for the leaves, or take a little more time to curve the petals in a prettier fashion. But that’s the great thing about these 3d flower projects — I can make them exactly how I want them, whenever I want.

Looking for more 3d flower inspiration?

We love Cricut member Anastasia Jackson’s story on turning a paper flower hobby into a business. Check out the blog for other ideas too, like DIY giant paper daisies or the ones Cricut team member Alexandra made to create easy paper flowers to show thanks.

Did you make flowers? Show off what you made! Just remember to tag @cricut and hashtag it with #cricutmade.