Cutting Crepe Paper with the Cricut Maker
Wreaths are a wonderful seasonal home decoration. We’ve created this stunning metallic crepe paper wreath, perfect for fall. Using the all-new Cricut Maker, this wreath is so simple to create.
This cutting machine cuts more effectively and efficiently than any other machine on the market today. Finally, we have access to a machine that cuts crepe paper! For years, we’ve been waiting and wishing, and finally it’s here. The Cricut Maker features a rotary blade which cuts crepe like a charm. We have been in a committed relationship with Cricut cutting machines for years now and the new Cricut Maker totally seals the deal. We are in love with this machine and all that it is capable of! A $399.99 investment that promises endless creative capability… Revolutionize your world of crafting with this dream of a cutting machine today.
This afternoon on Facebook Live from Lia Griffith, Lia will be introducing you to the Cricut Maker. She’ll share her tips and tricks for using this new machine and demonstrate perfect crepe paper cutting technique. Tune in at 3pm PT and come prepared with your questions. You don’t want to miss this!
This wreath features our extra fine crepe paper, available for purchase in our online shop. We recently released a video tutorial for making your own double-sided crepe. This project uses this technique to fuse gold and copper crepe. Watch the video below in preparation to help make the crafting process just that much simpler. Happy autumn!
- Cricut Maker or Silhouette Cameo 4 (optional)
- Craft Scissors
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Needle-Nose Pliers/Wire Cutters
- Lia Griffith Metallic Extra Fine Crepe Paper — Gold, Copper
- 18-Gauge Green Paper Covered Wire
- Floral Tape – Gold
- Stitch Witchery Fusible Web
- Gold Hoop – 12″
- Gather tools and materials.
- Line up the fusible web with the back side of the copper crepe paper.
- Line up the gold crepe paper on top of the fusible web back side facing down.
- Set your iron to the highest temperature (using no water) and iron over the crepe until it is fused together.
Full tutorial available for members to download below.
After you have added all the leaves you can add some acorns. Gluing them into place, refer to our Crepe Paper Acorn tutorial for instructions on assembly.
Craft With Us!
Join us on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest, and sign up for a Lia Griffith membership to start crafting with us today! For a chance to have your work featured on our website, use #MadeWithLia when sharing photos for your completed projects. And remember to reach out with any questions or commentary — we love hearing from you! Until next time ~ Lia & Team
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