Did you know that succulent plants are some of the easiest flowers to take care of? They require minimal water and are super thick, so they can brave the toughest environments. You know what’s even easier? Double-sided crepe paper succulents! These require zero water and our double-sided paper is thick, so your succulents will look beautiful for a long time.
And the cherry on top is, anyone can craft these succulents! All you have to do is gather the tools and materials, then download or follow the steps found below. Give your space some arid aura with these gorgeous potted paper plants!
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- Lia Griffith Double-Sided Crepe Paper – Green Tea & Cypress + Ferns & Moss
- Green Floral Wire – 24 Gauge
- PanPastel – Metallic Light Gold
- Gather tools and materials.
- Cut out crepe paper according to pattern.
- Use fingers to stretch the bottom of each petal. Then, use curling tool to curl top point outward. Use fingers to stretch the top of each petal.
- Cut wire into fourths. Glue the three smallest petals around the top of wire.
- Continue to attach petals from smallest to largest.
- Brush gold PanPastel on the tips to add dimension
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