It’s no secret I’m prematurely welcoming spring in so I thought I’d jump the gun a bit more with some of my favorite paper plant tutorials and inspiration out on the web, in random order. My paper plants (#5 on this list) were my most popular post of 2015, so clearly you are liking them as well! In my free time I’d love to make a bunch for my house, which doesn’t get too much light.
Get the complete list after the jump!
#1. I love the color palette Jessica of Bramble Workshop used on these pretty papier mache cacti for Hello Lucky! This one doesn’t come with a tutorial, but it’s great for color palette inspiration.
These would be so lovely in a house, especially one with a Black Thumb gardener 🙂 AND, lucky you, you can order these from Taylor Stone’s shop.
Put your Google Translator to work because this tutorial is in German. I love this cutie pie paper cactus. Plus, it’s great for recycling tins.
This is one of my all time favorite paper plants made by Lars contributor, Corrie Beth Hogg. Corrie makes other wonderful paper plants like the fiddle leaf tree and heart leaf plant coming up.
This was our most popular post from 2015. You loved our paper plants! I have to admit that they are my favorite project as well. I did all sorts of plants, cacti, and succulents in this arrangement. Just paper and paint!
Lia Griffith has beautiful flower and plant tutorials. These ferns are so pretty!
These stylized paper cacti are whimsical decoration for a sweet display case.
Denise Beckand always creates whimsical decorations out of paper. I particularly love these paper plants.
Colorful patterned plants created out of paper, of course! They come as punch outs so you can put them together yourself.
These were another hit here on Lars. Cardboard cactus tutorial.
Pretty paper inspiration from an Italian Design studio. I love the dark navy/purple and the shadows it creates. This would be so lovely for a window display. But I’d even love it for a living room.
Make a greenery garland! Perfect for holidays and parties!
I love the texture Silvia created with these paper plants.