I recently made these paper roses to decorate the stage for our school play and everyone LOVED them. I was inspired to create a paper rose templatefor everyone to download and print up on their favorite colored cardstock paper.
paper rose template
I wish had pictures to show you just how beautiful the stage looked with all of the paper rose flowers that adorned it. Everyone was begging me on how they could make these for weddings, and birthday parties, bridal parties, and the list kept on getting bigger and bigger. You can make these paper rose flowers for ANY occasion!

Print My Free Rose Paper Flower Template

Once you start printing the free paper rose template that I provide to you, and you start cutting out the different shapes and assemble them, you’re going to start thinking about all of the possibilities that you can do with them.
You can use this paper rose template for an endless amount of ideas. Thinking of Valentine’s Day and what to do? Nothing says “I Love You!” than something handmade from the heart. Use red, pink, and white colored card stock paper, and make centerpieces or make bouquets to hang on the wall or ceiling.
Do you want to add a little extra something to add flair to your Halloween decor? Print up my paper rose templates onto brown and orange cardstock paper. If you want to use black cardstock paper, use a pencil to trace the outline of the paper rose templates that you’ve already printed.
There are so many different color options of cardstock paper that you can use my free paper rose template for, that you’ll have every holiday, season, or reason taken care of. Don’t forget that you can even use these on floats for parades, pep rallies, special events, school dances, and the list goes on!
The more of these paper roses that you make, the effect will be so amazing!

Paper Rose Template and Materials:

– 8.5 X 11″ cardstock
– Pencil
– Scissors
– Hot glue

Step 1. Create 3 petal patterns from the paper rose template. Think heart shapes, make them wide and not too long. I used chipboard so that my patterns last longer, but you can just use cardstock paper. You can also download the patterns above in the links provided.
Step 2. Trace each petal and cut 4 at the same time. You’ll need 12 petals all together. Cut a slit at the center bottom of your petals vertically.
Step 3. For the center of the paper flower, cut a circle about 8.5″ wide. Scallop the edges like petals as you cut. Cut a spiral into the circle creating scalloped petals as you make your way to the center.
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