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Great video. I wish they were all this well done.
We learn and improve along with everyone else. 😉
Wonderful on bridal bouquet! Roses, stephanotis, greenery.
I would love to see asiatic lilies with the roses for a bridal bouquet, along with some gypsophlia for background
We do have many lily templates, this being my favorite which you can make into an asiatic with color. https://liagriffith.com/crepe-paper-easter-lily/
As for babies’ breath, we have yet to jump into making that filler. 😉
Loved the tutorial. Made my first rose and everyone was impressed at how realistic it looks. Want to make them in different colors. I have a large rose garden (27 varieties) looking forward to spring so I can try to make them all…
So good to hear! Welcome to paper flower making. 😉
I love the roses. I am thinking of valentine gifts for friends and family. Thank you
That would be perfect! They will love them.
Yes to bouquet, perhaps lilies.
That will be a gorgeous bouquet! 🙂
Can I buy materials from the UK?
Yes, we ship to the UK! Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about shipping.
Great Tutorial, Lia! Thank you!
You’re welcome Alice, glad you liked it!
Are the foam ball in the Rose kit the same size as the ones you use in the video? When I stretch the crepe paper is distorts the petal.
Hi! Yes, I use the materials from the kit in the video. You might be over stretching– are you part of our private Facebook group for members? If so, you can upload a photo there for advice. Or you can email it to us at email@example.com and we can give more tips.
The roses come out so beautiful they’re like so perfect thank you for the video
So happy to hear!
This is gorgeous.
When wrapping the stems with crepe paper, how much do you stretch the paper?
I like to stretch mine almost to the smooth point. It takes a little practice. 😉 This is by far my favorite version of this rose.
Waiting on my materials
I hope they arrive quick!
Awesome Video Lia! I’ve made roses from your past videos as well so my creative juices are flowing right now!
Love to hear this, Joyce!!
Great lesson. Thank you!
Thank you for the feedback, Helen!
Beautiful so going to try making them on my maker and by hand and see how they turn out, tho I’m very sure they won’t turn out as nearly as nice as yours, Thanks lia&Team x
You might just surprise yourself how beautiful yours will be. 😉
I don’t have the maker so I will be cutting them all out by hand. Wish me luck haven’t done crepe paper flowers yet. I am sure they won’t turn out as beautiful as yours but I will keep working on them. Thank you for the video and the information.
We still cut most of our flowers by hand! You will do great, and I’m sure they will be beautiful.
Thanks, Lia! Your video was very thorough!
I do try to give you everything you might need. Thank you for sharing.
I really enjoyed the class video and I’m preparing to cut the pieces on the Cricut this afternoon. Extra-fine crepe paper has cut beautifully using the cotton setting, green mat, rotary blade and default pressure. Is Double-sided crepe paper done the same but using the Denim setting? Any recommendations?
Yes, we find that setting works best, but then suggest doing a quick test cut since the software does change. If you have not yet, be sure and watch the video here in the Craft Academy in the Mini Courses section on cutting crepe paper. I know it is a bit scary the first time. 😉
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