This DIY boutonniere is incredibly beautiful and made entirely using crepe paper. It features rosemary and lavender to add a natural touch. Pin it on your groom for your special day and keep it for years to come. The best thing about this project is that crepe paper lasts so you can save this boutonniere as a keepsake for the future. We’ll walk you through how to make your own DIY boutonnieres below.
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- Lia Griffith Double Sided Crepe Paper – Green Tea & Cypress + Ferns & Moss
- Lia Griffith Extra Fine Crepe Paper – Lilac, Linen
- Lia Griffith Floral Tape – Ferns & Moss
- Copic Maker – Blue (B95)
- 24-Gauge Green Paper Covered Floral Wire
- Green Ribbon – Offray “Dancer”
- Gather the tools and materials.
- Cut the crepe paper according to the pattern.
- Stretch the middle of each petal; use your curling tool to curl the top edge outwards.
- Glue and attach the petals around the end of the floral wire.
Full tutorial available for members to download below.
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