In this mini course, Lia and Meagan share all of their tips and tricks for creating your own custom DIY double-sided crepe paper using our extra-fine crepe paper. Testing several different methods, we used our expertise in fiber and felt, bringing in a material common with fiber crafting, to create the best results for this technique.
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Absolutely love this technique, it opens up a world of options. Especially like the idea for making leaves with wire centres, so much easier than using tacky glue. Thank you
I hope you are joining us for the master class that starts tomorrow! I have more tips and tricks to share. https://liagriffith.com/craft-academy/a-beginners-guide-to-crepe-paper-flowers-vol-2/
Wow! This is great. I just made the laminated crepe and cut the leaves for the Spring summit. I used my iron set on “linen” and it worked beautifully.
This is such a wonderful way to make a gorgeous double-sided crepe. I was excited to share it again in the Spring Summit.
I laminated my crepe paper with my easy press, I have the smaller one, the heat only gets up to 350 and it doesn’t bond completely. Do I press longer or use the iron? I also have the very hand mini can this be used?
I sent a photo of my Parrot Tulips to my son and he thought they were real flowers.
Loved everything we learned in this class. The only thing I haven’t completed I’d the branch. I am just finishing the Orchids.
Look at the instructions for the Easy Press because you can adjust the temp. It took me a minute to figure that one out. lol.
Love hearing the story about the tulips and that you are enjoying the class. 🙂
Thank you, I will read that.
Lia & Team.
Really want to thank you for your great ideas and shared experiences you provide. After 2+ years of subscription I have learnt a lot on crafting, mainly with crepe paper, and have expanded my possibilities on using and desling with different materials. This particular mini course has been reslly useful for me to create my own flowers, which, due to lack of double sided crepe colors, was previously not able to create. With this great tip, I’ve got a lot of inspiration and creativity back.
All the best from London 🙂
Thank you for your kind words, Beatriz! I’m so glad you are enjoying your membership 🙂
Totally astonished by how well this technique works! Thank you for freeing me from glue! The leaves technique is perfection itself! Thank you Lia and team!
YES I’m so glad to hear you are a fan!
Who knew!?!? This is awesome. Love the possibilities. What a great trick for making long leaves with the wire running down the middle!
Isn’t that fun?!
Amazing I love this. Lia & Team are AWESOME. Cheryl
I can’t seem to find the orchids that you spoke about in your video – I enjoyed the video and look forward to trying it on these orchids. Thank you.
It’s next month’s Member Make! It will be released with the new collection on September 1st 🙂
Wow! Love the new stuff I learned watching this video. Once again, thank you Lia and team!
I’m so glad it was helpful!
You two amaze me! Lucky me I have the easy press. Love the new wired leaf technique. I have made some of your double sided crepe paper with my iron, next time I get out the big boy!
Haha well thank you Gretchen!
Thank you Lia and team . You could probably use this idea on a gloriosa lily ?
How long do you leave the easy press on the crepe paper.
30 seconds 🙂
Wow mind blown on making the leaves so beautifully, cleanly, and simply! thanks to you both for the great video!
Thank you Stephanie!!