Lavender is just so lovely! We found a way for you to make your own crepe paper lavender plant and bring this loveliness inside your home. The best part is it’s only 6 steps! You can even add some lavender essential oil to your plant to capture the aromatic smell. We’ve listed out everything you need to make your own crepe paper lavender plant below. Just gather the tools and materials listed below and follow along with our step-by-step tutorial to start your own crepe paper herb garden.
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- Cricut Maker (optional)
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Lia Griffith Extra Fine Crepe Paper – Aubergine and Cypress
- Terracotta Pot
- Floral Tape
- 18 Gauge Floral Wire
- Gather the tools and materials.
- Cut out crepe paper according to the pattern.
- Glue and wrap the longest strip of crepe paper around and down floral wire, with the loops facing upward.
- Use floral tape to cover about an inch of floral wire.
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Hello, I was curious what the green rectangle on the svg is for? It cut out separate from my leaves. Thanks!
Hi! If you “attach” the green rectangle to the leaf piece, it will cut out double the amount of leaves 🙂
I cannot get the SVG file to download, has it expired on this project?
The SVG is there. If you are a member you’ll have access to it. Have you looked in your download folder on your computer?
I have a question about the SVG file. When you open it in cricut it shows 3 mats, I don’t see anything on the 3 mat.
There was a small error in the SVG file– please download again!
I noticed Cypress crepe paper is discontinued what color should be used in its place?
How many Lavenders do you get from 1 package of paper?
I want to make these for my daughters weeding.
This color has not been discontinued you can still purchase it we are sorry if the wording was misleading. We are however changing some names and will be releasing a diagram soon explaining these changes! 🙂
Can you tell me the settings for cutter? I have a Silhouette Cameo 3. Thanks for your help!
Hi Nancy! Unfortunately I don’t know the best setting since we don’t use a Silhouette machine here. Hopefully Silhouette’s customer service can guide you!
Unfortunately, Silhouette’s customer service was unable to guide me.
I love working with your patterns.
Oh no! I’m sorry they couldn’t help you. As far as I know, the Silhouette doesn’t cut crepe paper but will be able to with the new Kraft Blade available in the fall. We use the Cricut Maker here in the office, but honestly still cut most projects by hand!
Lavender Plant: I purchased the color Aubergine for the dark color. What is the lighter color?
Hi Nancy! We only used Aubergine for the lavender. It’s just the lighting that makes it look like two.
Just discovered your flower kits and I’m in love!!! As someone who has crafted for years this is so new and exciting. Thank you for helping all us handmade crafts fans add some more beauty to our lives! thanks