Okay, pretend the tissue blossoms aren't there. So you need to get a medium-sized branch (mine was around a foot and a half long).
You need 2 tissue papers: one is green for the leaves and stem and the other is your choice of color for the blossom. Mine was pink. Yup.
Cut each tissue papers into 2 in squares. I had 12 pink squares and 6 green ones. But I think I'll add more.
Cut a green square in half so that it's a green triangle.
Glue the green triangle onto a pink square.
Now you need a pencil. Put the attached pieces on the eraser part of the pencil so that the pink is on the eraser and the green is not.
Same as above :)
Here, you pinch the bottom of the tissue papers so it kinda looks like a blossom. Slowly pull it off the pencil.
Twist the green part. This is so that the papers won't go poof.
Now, you need the wire.
Cut some long and short wires. The long ones (about 2 inches) to tie the blossom around the thicker branches (2-3 times around to ensure the flower won't fall off) and the short ones (about 1 inch) for thin branches (my stick has thick and thin branches on it).
Press the paper blossom onto the stick and take the wire. Twist the wire around the flower and the stick. Make sure it is tight and will not fall off.
Make and put as many blossoms as you want.
Like this. :3
Now, you need a jar or vase to put the branch into. After that, the following steps are optional.
To put decorative paper onto the jar to cover the label, I folded tape (best if it's transparent) so that it sticks both sides.
I cut out pretty paper that was wider than the label and long enough to perfectly wrap around the jar.
Or you could put those smooth, polished rocks you find in the floral aisle in stores in the jar. That'd be pretty, too. Kaching! Another idea!
Okay, not the best picture. But this is what mine looks like. It looks a bit too simple and plain. But you decide. You can have it full and blooming, or simple. Hehe. Bye! :D