As requested, here's a quick mash-up tutorial for these paper roses:
Rose #1: Using a square cut from A4 paper, make a rosebud. You can use this video tut: [link]
Rose #2: Using a square cut from A4 paper, make a Kawasaki rose. There are a kajillion tuts for this rose. Here's one: [link]
Then, using the strip of paper left over from cutting your A4 square, cut a small square and fold it into a rosebud, the same as Rose #1. This little bud will fit perfectly in the centre of the big rose and it looks aahhhhsome!! Hot glue it in place.
Leaf: I *think* I used an A4 square for each one. It was so long ago, I don't remember. But here's a tut on how to fold it: [link]
You will notice the leaf turns out with a tiny stalk on the end. You'll use that for attaching it to the stem later.
Stem: I used washing-line wire. It's a thick-ish, flexible plastic-coated wire.
Cut a piece of wire to the length of stem you'd like.
Cut a looooong thin strip of paper and wind it around the wire stem in a single layer to cover it. Secure it at one end with hot glue and wind it at an angle.
When you get to a point on the stem where you'd like to attach a leaf, hot glue the little stalk to the plastic stem, and wind the paper around it to cover up the join.
when you get to the end of the stem, cut the paper and secure with hot glue.
Calix: These are the 4 leaves attached just under the rose. Here's a sketch on how to make it: [link]
Push the end of the stem through the hole in the calyx and glue in place. Allow a bit of the stem to stick through it for stability, but not too much because the rose wont fit over it.
Now attach the rose!
Let it rest on the calyx and glue in place.
Annnd you're done! Yay!
Please lemme know if this helped anyone.
Questions are welcome :]