I’m always excited to unveil our monthly Member Make Workshops, but this one is particularly close to my heart. Surprisingly, we’ve only crafted the lovely stephanotis once before, but I felt it was time to up the wow factor on these beautiful, oft-forgotten flowers. This Crepe Paper Stephanotis will make a one-of-a-kind addition to your holiday home decor, and we just know you’re going to love it!

If you look to your right, then you’ll see the list of tools and materials you need to begin crafting this beautiful piece. Our Crepe Paper Stephanotis is an advanced project tailored for our more experienced crafters, we nevertheless encourage all our members to join us live on Friday, December 15th at 12 p.m. PST. However, If you miss us, don’t worry; we’ll post the video here! Ready to get started? Then scroll below. 

Stephanotis flowers, also known as Madagascar Jasmine, are so special to me. Fragile and sweet-scented, these little floral gems exude vintage charm reminiscent of a bygone era. I’ve always cherished these sweet flowers because my mother carried them in her bridal bouquet. In fact, in the language of flowers, Stephanotis symbolizes marital happiness and emotional purity — a true celebration of love that’s absolutely perfect for this time of year.

Much like the delicate nature of winter blooms, these Crepe Paper Stephanotis flowers require precision and artistry. Our workshop will guide you through crafting lifelike petals and using colored pencils to add subtle color nuances. Of course, if you’re new to some of these techniques, that’s okay! We’re here to walk you through it step-by-step.

We added a 6″ grapevine wreath to this project for a unique holiday spin. The result? A bold, modern centerpiece that will certainly steal the show this season! Place your Crepe Paper Stephanotis on your mantle, in your window, or at the center of your holiday table and wait for the forthcoming oohs and ahs!

We can’t wait to see how you’ve styled this stunning showstopper! So remember to share your holiday creation in our crafters’ community or on Instagram using the hashtag #MemberMake.



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