Flowers Decorating idea for Home and Wedding (tutorial)

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Handmade nylon flowers decorating idea. I have this special love for making flowers. Flowers with paper, fabric, nylon, felt, you name it. Painting them on canvas. I also like to rearrange and change things around the house.

Orchids are beautiful and I had been wanting to make some for my home for a while now. So, I replaced the how to make nylon flower rose I made last year, with these cute Orchids. Arranged in a glass vase with stones. They look lovely when I light the candles.

Flowers decorating idea


Handmade orchids

Orchids are so serene and pure. They look spectacular in wedding decorations and parties too. This is a very easy and quick decoration idea for home.

Material for flowers decorating idea

  • Nylon (in purple, pink and white colors)
  • Rings size (1,2,3) or something round with the same diameters
  • Nylon thread
  • Stems
  • Wire (gauge #22)
  • Plier or scissor
  • Earth accent stones
  • Glass vase (mine is from IKEA)

Flowers decorating idea

To make the Orchid.
  • You will need: 3 petals ring size (3), 2 petals ring size (2) and 3 petals ring size (1).
  • To make these petals follow the how to make basic nylon flower for making petals. And if you need more information about the nylon flowers material! You can find it nylon flowers material.
  • Once you are done with making the petals for Orchid. Now it’s time to assemble the flower.
  • Starting with the smallest petals, thread them tightly on the stem. And make sure you secure each petal individually before adding the next.
  • When the size (1) and size (2) petals are done threading.
  • Then add the largest petals.
  • As, you can see in the picture the largest petals of the orchid are a little pointed and elongated.
  • Shape the round petals as shown. And thread them in place. Making sure each petal is perfectly tightened.
  • Wrap floral tape around the wire to hide thread neatly.

These are the simplest and cutest flowers to make.

You can also make them with paper and fabric following the same tutorial.

For the paper simply cut the petals as shown below with a small square at the end. Roll the wire inside.

and for the fabric petals you can wind the fabric around the wire. Then glue or thread at the end similarly.

As easy as it seems  You are done!

You can make tons of orchids in small time.

Next I fill my Ikea Glass vase with accent stones. And arrange the flowers over it!
They look beautiful with candles.
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial to make handmade orchids.
This flowers decorating idea is cute and easy.

Stocking flowers or Nylon flowers

 For more beautiful flowers made using Stocking. Check out the link below:


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  1. Elise Engh says:

    Those orchids are so very beautiful- and they go nicely with the pebbles in the vase! Have fun in Canada!

  2. Stephanie says:

    OOOOooohh-La-LA–these are fabulous! Thanks for the idea!

  3. LambAround says:

    I'm stopping by tonight to let you know that your post has been nominated for the Best in Show award on my blog! Be sure to vote and GOOD LUCK 🙂

  4. farah gul says:

    wao,simply the best

  5. Erin of says:

    These are so pretty and so unique! I love them! I have pinned you and am your newest follower. 🙂 I hope you will stop by my HomeMade Monday blog party next week at to share!

  6. Lisa @ Henderson Rubin Creative Design Studio says:

    Lovely flowers! Great tutorial. Thank you.

  7. says:

    So pretty! They would look great in my daughter's room. Thanks so much for joining my linky party.

  8. Tasha Anderson says:

    Such lovely flowers and arrangement. I am visiting you from Homework's Inspiration Party.I would love for you to link it to my Pinkalicious Thursday party.

  9. BigBearswife says:

    Beautiful! ooo and I have that same Scentsy Warmer!!

  10. Sommer says:

    Omigos hthose are adorable! What a fun and soft little accent. I hope you will come show this off at my VIP Party today.

  11. Natasha says:

    gorgeous idea thanx for sharing xxx

  12. AISHA HAROON says:

    pretty pretty flowers luv it dear!!

  13. Sam Findlay says:

    Gorgeous flowers and a great tutorial! Thanks for sharing!

  14. blesid says:

    Those look so real! And you are correct, when you light the candle they just GLOW! Love it!

  15. SJ @ Homemaker On A Dime says:

    Hi, Hani! You've got so much creativity and I'm admiring them all. Can you please share your creative posts at the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop? Hope to see you there at the.

    Btw, I also have a blog party called Market Your Biz and Giveaways so please feel free to link up your online shop and giveaways on Tuesday at 5 pm.

  16. Jamie says:

    Great ideas. Very beautiful. If you get a chance I would love you to link your decorating ideas up to More the Merrier Monday. It lasts through Wednesday so you have plenty of time to stop by. See you there.

  17. Mimi says:

    I love these flowers! Thank you so much for sharing. I've already thought of a few places I could use these 🙂

  18. Gems says:

    I have orchids all over my house…I love this idea to make them myself!

  19. Goose says:

    So pretty! You are right – these would be perfect for a wedding!

  20. The Ellis' says:

    I can't believe you made those! They are gorgeous! We would love for you to share this at our link party and come enter our free digital scrapbooking software giveaway!

  21. SJ @ Homemaker On A Dime says:

    This post made me smile. Thanks for inspiring me and many others to even attempt this feat. Really appreciate that you linked up at the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop.

  22. Just Jaime says:

    Great idea and very pretty!

  23. Jordan McCollum says:

    They look great! On the thumbnail on Sew Woodsy, I couldn't even tell they weren't real!

  24. Tanya Anurag says:

    These orchids are beautiful. The good thing is that they wont die out like the originals 🙂

    Thanks for linking. The party for this week – Tea Time Thursdays @ Kreative Korner – is on.

  25. Kassi @ Truly Lovely says:

    Those are quite pretty Hani! Love the arrangement as a whole too! Thanks for sharing on Fancy This Fridays!!!

  26. Allison @ House of Hepworths says:

    You are so awesome that I featured you this week

  27. simon says:

    Flower decoration is very important since it signifies and symbolizes true meaning of love, passion, beauty, purity and good wishes for the newly weds. Thanks

  28. john says:

    Beautiful Pics and excellent ideas of home decoration. Paper and fabric flowers make house decoration so pretty.

  29. Jenny says:

    Love your nylon orchids! Any chance we can do a feature on you and your tutorial on our orchid care website? Please let me know!

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