frosted paper lilac spoon daisy

Spoonfuls of creativity

If you look up this flower, which also goes by African spoon daisy, you’ll see there are many ways to get creative with the colors you use. For our frosted paper spoon daisy, Meagan used a combination of text-weight papers and colored her petals with a purple colored pencil and some PanPastel. Everything we used is linked below, but of course, you can use whatever colors you prefer.

To achieve the fluted, spoon-shaped petals, our tutorial will show you how to roll your petals. Another unique feature of this flower is the stamen tips, which look almost like stars. 

Skill level: Intermediate 

Crafting tips: Color the flowers before removing the paper from your cutting mat! This will make it much easier as they won’t move around. We also recommend using tweezers to apply the small yellow stamen tips. If using a Cricut cutting machine, we found that the “Copy Paper” or “Paper” setting on a dial worked best for the small pieces. Use a clean mat and fresh blade for the best cut.

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How to Make a Frosted Paper Spoon Daisy

  1. Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the flower pattern below.
  2. Cut paper according to template using scissors or a cutting machine.
  3. Color one side of the petals using the purple colored pencil.
  4. Color the center of the other side of petals using the same colored pencil.

Full tutorial available for members to download below.

frosted paper spoon daisy tutorial by Lia Griffith

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