As some of you may have seen from my Instagram, I spent last week working with the amazing team at Creativebug in San Francisco on a new video tutorial series that will be released this Fall, and it was to my delight that this morning the final video for my last series on paper wedding crafts is ready for you to view. I love this project because it takes on vintage charm with a twist. The main project in this video is the foldable paper fan. With the Cricut Explore machine and my templates, these are so simple to make with very little material and time once the paper is cut and scored on the machine. How fun would it be to go to a wedding and find one of these sitting on your seat or in a basket beside the guest book? I am actually making a fan for each guest for my friend Lauren’s wedding in August. Swoon! As alternative versions to add into your wedding or party decor, I also give you the small rosette that can be used as a garland and a large fan for centerpieces or backdrops. You can see the full tutorial right here on the Creativebug site. This month Creativebug if offering 14 days of free membership. You can sign up right here. Enjoy! ~ Lia
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