This is for the crafty ones out there. If you’re looking to make your summer pop with color and crepe paper, you’ll fall in love with these incredibly detailed foxglove flowers! We used a soft pink for our foxglove, but get creative. They’re really simple to make and are unbelievably pretty, whether this is one of your first crafts or you have veteran hands.
All you have to do is gather the tools and materials, then download our SVG or PDF files. Follow the instructions below or download them too! Voilá, you’re on your way to crafting gorgeous crepe paper foxgloves!
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- Lia Griffith Heavy Crepe Paper – “Blush” + “Evergreen”
- Green Floral Tape
- “Magenta” + “Bright Yellow Green” Pan Pastels
- 24-gauge Floral Wire
- “RV69” Copic Marker
- White Deco Color Opaque Paint Marker
- Gather tools and materials.
- Cut out crepe paper according to pattern.
- Use a paintbrush to apply PanPastels to both sides of petals. Add white dots to top of petals, and maroon dots on and around white dots.
- Stretch center of petals and curl top edge outward. Glue and attach two sides of petal together so the curled edge is flipped outwards.
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