With over 10 years of experience designing and making paper flowers from paper, I will share with you all of my tips and tricks to make the most realistic and artful flowers from thin frosted paper. Join me to find out what tools and materials I keep in my craft room.
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Very excited about the classes. Much appreciated especially in these financially unstable times. We also need to focus on good things to help us through the many crises happening right now.
Agreed! Thanks Laura 🙂
I am very interested in Crepe Flowers or Paper Flowers. I don’t have a Cricut so I feel kind of out of touch. Everyone have machines now and I am limited on what I can do. Or I think I am anyway.
Hey Martie! I used only scissors for years when making flowers– and still do many times when the machine just doesn’t work! A great place to start would be with one of our paper flower kits (https://feltpaperscissors.com/product-category/kits-and-bundles/). The crepe paper flower kits include a template in the package, and the frosted paper flower kits are all die cut so there’s no cutting involved. We also have a book, Crepe Paper Flowers that includes templates for hand cutting as well (it’s sold out on our site but you can find it on Amazon!)
Martie I also started with just scissors. I’m slower but still enjoy the craft very much. Can’t wait to learn new techniques. meet you in class HaHa