DIY Paper Flower Wedding Centerpiece\\nStep-by-step instructions on how to create airy vellum buds\\nWhat You Need:\\n\\n- Vellum (Try: USA Silkscreen Machine-Made Translucent Vellum, style number 5000, Vellum on White. Each 22\\" x 30\\" will make approximately 50 flowers.)\\n\\n- Floral wire\\n\\n- Floral tape in light green- Scissors & ruler\\n\\n*Note: All supplies were purchased at New York Central Art Supply, nycentralartsupply.com. For best results, if paper is purchased elsewhere, be sure they are the same weight as those used here.*\\n__Step 1:__ Cut the vellum into disks, or circles, with a 3-inch diameter.\\n\\n__Step 2:__ Fold each disk in half, then quarters, then in eighths until it is a small triangle. Cut in an arc over the wide end to make a rounded petal. (See dotted lines)\\n__Step 3:__ Unfold the folded disk. Cut out two adjacent petals; discard cutout. Glue the unattached ends of the disk to each other.\\n__Step 4:__ Fold, or pinch, the tops of petals in half (see the dotted lines). Keep in mind that making these flowers should be a process as carefree as the blooms themselves: pinching the petals is what gives the flowers their shape, so get creative.\\n__Step 5:__ Use pliers to form a small loop on one end of a strip of floral wire (use varying lengths between 10-16 inches each).\\n__Step 6:__ Wrap the loop with a piece of floral tape to form the pistil of the flower.\\n__Step 7:__ Thread the wire through the center of the flower until the pistil is in place.\\n__Step 8:__ Starting at the base of the flower, gently wrap the remainder of the wire stem with green floral tape. Bend the stems into whimsical shapes to complete your arrangement. If desired, use additional floral tape to attach two or more stems together, forming a spray of flowers.