Three years ago I made a crepe paper quince branch for our first master class. It was a member favorite — and one of mine too! In fact, I still have the original creation on my entry table. For this free version, I have updated a few of the techniques, materials, and tools. 

You can learn how to make this branch during our live workshop on January 13th at 11:00am PT, or watch the recording here later. To get ready, check out our supplies list below and download the free flower pattern at the end of the post.

crepe paper quince branch video tutorial

Branching out

Along with paper flowers and paper plants, I love making my own blooming branches to use as home decor. This crepe paper quince branch would look beautiful on an entry table, living room console, or dining room table. If you’d like, you can also add some other crepe paper flowers for a fuller arrangement.

Skill level: Beginner

Crafting tip: Use a found branch that has fallen from a tree. The number of flowers, buds, and leaves will depend on the size of the branch. For this crepe paper quince branch, I made 14 flowers and 5 buds. A smaller version could be 7 flowers and 3 buds.

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Tools

Materials

Instructions

Gather your supplies, then download our free pattern below. You can join our live workshop from this post at 11am PT on January 13th — just click the play button, which will appear at the top of the page one hour before the workshop begins.

When the live workshop is over, we will post the recording here to view anytime.