Climb every mountain

We always love the challenge of creating a brand-new bloom — and helping you learn how to make it! This flower typically grows as a dense shrub and the blooms range in color from rose to white with unique purple markings. For our crepe paper mountain laurels, Meagan used our double-sided in white for the petals and added the purple details with a brush marker in merlot. 

Another reason to make these flowers out of crepe paper is that they are toxic to humans and a variety of animals, including cats and dogs. When you’re done crafting your crepe paper mountain laurels, you can stick them in a vase and enjoy them year-round. Or you can also turn them into a potted plant — just add some more leaves to the stem to fill it out a bit.

Crafting tip: Since the petals are all glued together and connected on each side, we recommend assembling the petals and flower before the glue completely hardens to get the best flower shape.

How to Make Crepe Paper Mountain Laurels

  1. Gather your tools and materials. Then download the flower pattern below.
  2. Cut the crepe paper and frosted paper according to template notes using scissors or a cutting machine.
  3. Glue petal halves together so the gran in the crepe paper makes a “V”.
  4. Glue petals together along the longest edge, leave the short bottom edge not glued

Full tutorial available for members to download below.



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