Petite Paper Posies

This paper daisy project spurred me on to make these petite paper posies.  Besides, I had brads left over from a journal project begging to be used.


  • Scissors
  • Decorative paper
  • Brads
  • Thick needle or something else sharp

Start with a 4" diameter circular paper cut out.  Cut the paper to create spokes. Make sure the spokes are wide enough to fit the brad through. Flip the circle over. Fold back all the spokes.

Puncture the center with a hefty needle or other sharp object. Make sure to puncture every spoke. Remove the needle and insert the brad. Flatten the back of the brad.

If you don't have brads, you can just glue each spoke down. Add a button to the top.

The Real Deal: Is cost less than $0.50 to make one posey.

  1. I love your blog and all your flowers! I am hosting Flower Week next week and have been looking for some guest bloggers! Let me know if you are interested.
    Julie @ Singing Three Little Birds

  2. As one that would be prone to stabbing myself . . . (LOL!!) . . . you could also pierce each 'petal' at the end, before you fold them in.  Have your brad through the front when you start, and then just 'hook on' each 'petal' as you go around!
    They are adorable little flowers!!

  3. These flowers are so cute and easy to make, I'll have to think of a project to make them. Thanks for sharing :-)

  4. Sara,these are amazing!!

  5. Another wonderful tutorial.  I love all the inspiration!  Thank you.

  6. adorable and cute these flowers of yours.
    Love them!!! thank you for the tute and the sharing!!!XD

  7. These are so cute!!

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