This flower got its name when the botanist, Christian Ecklon, named it after another botanist, Friedrich Freese, in honor of their friendship. Because of this, freesias have become a symbol of friendship, trust, and thoughtfulness. We especially love this since Member Make is a time for all of us around the world to come together to craft and make new friends! 

Freesias are also very popular in bouquets and centerpieces and are often used for special events, like weddings. We’re excited to see what you do with your crepe paper freesia, so be sure to share photos on our Facebook page for members. Or you can tag #MadeWithLia and #MemberMake on Instagram.

Crafting tip: Due to all of the small pieces that need to be cut, we recommend using a Maker or Cameo 4 to save some time.



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