For this project you will need

A bunch of flowers – Aldi £2.50 – £3
Sheet of cellophane
Scissors
Pull bow
Kraft paper
Double sided tape

HOW TO WRAP A BUNCH OF FLOWERS
  1. Cut your kraft paper to size.  This depends on the size of the bunch of flowers.  Keep at least 10 – 12cm on either side of the flowers.
HOW TO WRAP A BUNCH OF FLOWERS

2. Create a beveled edge at the top of the kraft paper

HOW TO WRAP A BUNCH OF FLOWERS

3. Unroll your cellophane

HOW TO WRAP A BUNCH OF FLOWERS

You will need to cover the flowers plus extra cellophane to create a pocket above the flowers, place gently on top of the flowers

HOW TO WRAP A BUNCH OF FLOWERS

Place a piece of double sided tape on both sides and tape the cellophane down.  Leave the top and bottom open.

HOW TO WRAP A BUNCH OF FLOWERS IN CELLOPHANE

Ensure the flowers are centered within the pocket of cellophane

HOW TO WRAP A BUNCH OF FLOWERS

Move the bottom end of the flower wrap and fold the edges of the paper and cellophane together.

HOW TO WRAP A BUNCH OF FLOWERS

Use the excess string from the pull. Fold the cellophane and paper together towards the flower stems and tie tightly.

HOW TO WRAP A BUNCH OF FLOWERS

Cut the excess paper away from the bottom

HOW TO WRAP A BUNCH OF FLOWERS

Cut a square piece of cellophane and cover the base of the bunch of flowers

HOW TO WRAP A BUNCH OF FLOWERS

Securely tie the cellophane around the base with string

HOW TO WRAP A BUNCH OF FLOWERS

Add your pull bow to complete your exquisite flower bouquet

HOW TO GIFT WRAP A BUNCH OF FLOWERS IN CELLOPHANE BY NEELAM MEETCHA

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