Start your crepe paper stephanotis project by picking out your materials in the shop. We specifically used Linen, Fern, and Juniper extra fine papers. Because these flowers are so small, you will be able to get a lot out of each roll of crepe. You will also need floral tape and 18-Gauge green paper covered wire for this project. Once you have your materials, print the PDF template below to use as a guide for cutting your crepe petals. We used the crepe leaf template from the crepe paper garden rose. Next, follow the printable instructions and step-by-step photo tutorial below to assemble the crepe paper stephanotis.
Click here for our beginner’s guide on how to make crepe paper flowers.
- Cricut Maker or Silhouette Cameo 4 (recommended)
- Craft Scissors
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Needle-Nose Pliers/Wire Cutters
- Lia Griffith Extra Fine Crepe Paper – Linen, Fern, Juniper
- Floral Tape — Fern & Moss
- 18-Gauge Green Paper Covered Wire
These beautiful white flowers are a gorgeous addition to any home decor scheme. Unfortunately they do not have the same fragrance as the real thing. But on the upside these paper flowers will never die! If you want to see what other flowers you can make with the Linen crepe paper, check out my crepe paper magnolias and my crepe paper garden roses. Or, browse all of the projects using my extra fine crepe! Please don’t forget to share your project photos with me too! Post them on Instagram using #MadeWithLia and have fun! ~ Lia & teamThese beautiful white flowers are a gorgeous addition to any home decor scheme. Unfortunately they do not have the same fragrance as the real thing. But on the upside these paper flowers will never die! If you want to see what other flowers you can make with the White crepe, check out my crepe paper magnolias and my crepe paper garden roses. Or, browse all of the projects using my extra fine crepe! Please don’t forget to share your project photos with me too! Post them on Instagram using #DIYDreamingWithLia, and use #crepepaperrevival for your specific crepe creations. Have fun! ~ Lia Save
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When I lived in Hawaii this flower grows easily. the Hawaiians use it in their Leis. It usually has a long white stem to the petals and they braid this part with the flower not open yet. Maybe the web has a photo someplace. Usually you see it on the outer islands among the nativeish Hawaiians. Or celebrities as they are expensive for labor.
That would be gorgeous with this flower. Thank you for sharing the idea.
What a beautiful way to use this flower. Thanks, Lucinda!
Any chance of getting an SVG file? So much easier to cut petals with my Cricut 🙂
The SVG has been added 🙂
Those flowers are really lovely. I also like the leaves on the bouquet in the first picture of the page but unfortunately the leaves are not in the template. Are those from another template? If so, could you tell me which one?
Thank you so much for all those gorgeous flowers. I have so much fun making them (thanks to your very clear instructions) and they look so nice! ?
Hi Caroline! We used the leaf pattern from the Crepe Garden Roses: https://liagriffith.com/crepe-paper-garden-roses/. I’m so happy to hear you’re having fun making these!! 🙂
Thank you !
So very pretty — LOVE 🙂
Thank you 🙂
Hi Lia, I remember when I was a little girl I loved reading the brides in the Sunday paper. Back then they described everything, even the bride’s flowers! They always mentioned stephanotis. I wonder why they lost favor? (maybe the fragility?) They are so pretty! I’m going to make some, thanks!
Thanks Sue! 🙂
These certainly are delicate and so beautiful, is there a certain time of year this flower is blooming? Don’t know if have ever seen any in “real life”. Look forward to working with your extra fine crepe paper to make some.
So glad you made some and shared them with us.
Have wonderful week
Good morning 🙂
as there is no template for petals and leaves, will you please will you please inform us about their specific sizes? Knowing the width and length of petals and leaves will help to get a suitable size and proportion of flowers and bunch.
Thanks for helping
The downloads are now updated with the correct template. Sorry about that!
Thank you for the templates
Absolutely beautiful!! Thank you!!!
You’re so welcome 🙂
Lia, you have touched my heart. I also carried stephanotis in my wedding bouquet. (53 yrs ago-yikes!) It will be so special to make them. My bouquet of ombré roses is on my sofa table and my brother asked me if I grew them!! When I handed them to him, he actually smelled them even though he knew they were paper by then!! Have you tried putting scents in the flowers? I wonder what would work – essential oils on small bit of cotton tucked in?? – or on the base of the flower. Anyway, many thanks for the stephanotis. I may add them to the peony/rose bouquet I am working on now.
Love this comment! Stephanotis are such a special flower, so dainty and beautiful. Your idea to add essential oils is a fun one 🙂
Hi! I don’t see the flower template anywhere. Am I just missing it?
We just updated the post, it should be in the downloads now!