I have to admit that I find a great joy in inventing my version of paper flowers every week. Gerbera daisies are such a happy flower so it seems that this week I have a double dose of cheer.
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I made these paper blooms with a variety of papers in text weight (anything lighter than card stock) that I purchased at paper-papers.com. Some are metallic and others are an uncoated stock. The centers of each bloom are finished with a glitter paper in either black or lime green which are two common colors for the gerbera centers. You can find all of the tools and materials needed listed on the right hand side at the top of this post – including links to our top-match paper picks from our shop for this project.
I have provided the pattern for both a printable template and an SVG file for all of you who do have cutting machines. Of course to save time so I can get onto the next project for you, I used my Cricut Explore to make this gorgeous bouquet. Once you have gathered your paper and materials, just follow my step-by-step tutorial below. Enjoy! ~ Lia
- Lia Griffith Frosted Craft Paper – Melon Pack Colors: #1, #2, & #3, Succulent Pack Color: #2, and Citrus Pack Color: #2
- 18-Gauge Wire
- Floral Tape
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