Instead of using gold paper, Meagan decided to use gold spray paint to make this gold crepe paper amaryllis. And I really love how it turned out! Because we make so many paper flowers, we wanted to create something that has more of a sculptural look.

So, similar to our waxed amaryllis, this gold crepe paper amaryllis is more like a piece of art to display rather than a flower for a bouquet. However, it is much more lightweight! So we suggest placing it in a glass cloche (and securing it with hot glue). Another option is to display the amaryllis in a pot or bulb vase.

Crafting tip: Since you can use any color of crepe paper for this project, this is a good time to use up any scrap paper you might have on hand. 

How to Make a Gold Crepe Paper Amaryllis 

  1. Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the flower pattern below.
  2. Spray the front and back side of a sheet of double-sided and a sheet of extra fine crepe paper with gold spray; allow to dry completely before handling.
  3. Once dry, cut out crepe paper according to template using scissors or a cutting machine.
  4. Cut 11 pieces of 24-gauge wire, 3 inches in length each.

Full tutorial available for members to download above.

photo tutorial for crepe paper golden amaryllis by Lia Griffith

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