Ferns are a type of greenery that is beautiful all year round. We love them in these mini wreaths and you can also create a full potted plant from the frosted paper fronds. This simple frosted paper fern wreath can be made using any size of wreath form, and you can download the fern templates below in two sizes — mini and large.
Fun with ferns
You will find three fern shapes in our template below. Download the SVG file if you are using a cutting machine or the PDF if you are cutting by hand. While you can use any text weight paper you like, we used all four shades from our Conifer pack to give our frosted paper fern wreath more variation and depth.
Because they are mini in size, we suggest making at least three wreaths to add to your wall. Another idea is to use them as table decor or for a centerpiece. If you’d like to make multiple wreaths, we have put together a bundle of our frosted paper and mini grapevine wreaths to help you save some money on this craft project.
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- Cutting Machine (recommended) with fine point blade
- Craft Scissors or Detail Scissors (if cutting by hand)
- High- Temp Hot Glue Gun
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- Lia Griffith Frosted Craft Paper – Conifer Pack: all 4 colors
- Grapevine Wreaths – 3 six-inch or 1 ten-inch
These detailed ferns are simple to cut on your personal cutting machine with the basic fine point blade. When making your frosted paper fern wreaths, cut one of each of the three fern shapes in each of the four colors in the frosted paper Conifer Pack. This will give you twelve fern shapes in a variety of colors for each wreath.
Arrange the ferns around each wreath and secure them with a touch of glue along the spine of each fern.
These can be hung on a wall, added to a bookcase, or placed in the center of a dining table for a beautiful display. See this post and video tutorial for more ideas on how to craft with paper ferns.
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After much experimentation, I found that using the pearl paper setting on my Cricut Maker 3 worked best for Lia’s frosted craft paper. I also used less pressure and a fresh blade. All other settings I tried just chewed up this paper.
That is great to know! I will test the Pearl Paper setting again. I know that they just made some updates.
Hi…what setting on the Cricut maker for this paper? I bought the moss, sour apple, and fairway from Paper Papers. I can’t remember the setting. Now the paper is ruined. I have a cricut maker. Thank you!
We use the medium or heavy card stock setting depending on the weight of your paper! We always recommend doing a small test cut first 🙂
I’m new to silhouette and I seem to have problems transferring your files from into my silhouette design studio, any ideas?
Hi Sandy, all I really know is that you have to convert the SVG file to a .studio file which can be done using Silhouette’s designer edition software.
Do you have any suggestions for the paper wreaths on the front door and staying together with the weather? I would think a spray to strengthen would help… Maybe?
Unfortunately we haven’t found any great methods to protect paper from the elements! I bring mine in during bad weather and hang it on the inside of my door 🙂