Giant Paper Bouquets for Cricut — Pacific Coastline
Up next in our jumbo paper flower series for Cricut… our Pacific Coast floral bouquet! Featuring a stunning assortment of California poppies (simple poppy flower, tree poppy, painterly poppies), complimented by some Queen Anne’s Lace, vellum Eucalyptus and Wisteria greenery, this bouquet is a showstopper. The bouquet uses a variety of materials… felt, fabric, leather, crepe paper and frosted paper, all cut using Cricut’s brand new Cricut Maker cutting machine. We’re in love with this new machine! Buy your own for just $399.99 and revolutionize your crafting today.
This is just one of nine bouquets we created for Cricut. For a sneak peek of all of the bouquets and further info on the all-new Cricut Maker, click here.
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Are you even kidding me? Amazing!
These were fun to make! lol
Do you offer these bouquets for sale? This specific bouquet fits in so well with the color scheme of my wedding and is absolutely beautiful!
Thank you! We do not sell our finished products, but we can teach you how to make this!
My daughter wants this for her wedding bouquet! It’s beautiful! I will be making it in pinks to go with her gown, and the small berries in a dusty blue.
Is there a list of the number I need to make of each flower for this bouquet?
Also, you made this with styrofoam to go into a vase. Does it make sense to use an upside down styrofoam cone as a base for her wedding bouquet, or would it be best to have a handle such as the ones you made for other bouquets?
You recommended downsizing 25-50%, and I can’t really tell the original dimensions of the bouquet in the photo in order to decide how much to downsize. Any advice on what would be best for the dimensions of a wedding bouquet?
Sorry for all the questions. I love your work and am thankful for any help you can offer. Thanks so much!
Hi Leeann! This was a jumbo bouquet that we made a few years ago and at this moment I am not sure that every flower listed is in jumbo size or regular size. We do have the Icelandic poppy in other posts that I know are not oversized that you can bast the others on. This is my newest and favorite of the Icelandic poppy and of course, you can make it in any color. https://liagriffith.com/crepe-paper-icelandic-poppies-workshop/. If I were making this a bridal bouquet, I would use long wire stems and bundle them similar to what I did in this video. https://liagriffith.com/craft-academy/arranging-a-spring-crepe-paper-bridal-bouquet/. As far as the quantity of each flower, that is up to you and how large you want the bouquet. I would start with 5 of your largest poppy then maybe 5 of each of the other flowers then filling it in with greenery. My favorite for this bouquet is the eucalyptus which I did as a demo here in this workshop. https://liagriffith.com/craft-academy/tips-for-hand-tied-crepe-paper-flower-bouquets/lessons/bonus-technique-crepe-eucalyptus/ A lot of links! Let me know if I can assist you with anything else. 😉
Could you show us how to put this arrangement together?
Sorry but we do not have a tutorial for how to arrange this bouquet however all the flowers needed to create it are linked in the post! We use floral foam in our vessel and pushed the flower stems into the foam to hold in place.
So beautifull!!! THANK you for sharing this beauty!
Where are the SVG files for these flowers?
The SVG files are available in each individual project post, listed in the first paragraph of the post 🙂
I see where you say that the paper and velum flowers can be cut with the air 2 can the faux ones be done also? Newbie here! TY
Hi Eva! What faux flowers are you referring to?
If I wanted to something like this for a bouquet, how much would you suggested sizing down the svgs?
Hi Claire! You could reduce the size 25-50% just depending on what size you want your bouquet. You could test print the pattern if you’re hand cutting or use the SVG to cut a sample of the petal to determine how much smaller you’d like to go.
not too impressed with the new wave of patterns you are doing just because I want the pattern without having to use my circuit sometimes and it doesn’t give it to me. Sorry! For example the Pacific coast bouquet. I want to make the crepe paper without using my circuit.
Hi Pam, you certainly do NOT have to use the Cricut with our crepe paper patterns! We’ll provide SVG files for those who want them, but the PDF will always be available.
Sooo super duper excited for these files to come out!!! I got the maker just so I can (try) make these beautiful flowers ????
Yay! You can do it 🙂
Received an email saying that I hadn’t been opening my emails from Lia. Not true. I look forward to everyone.
I’m so glad to hear that!!
hi, I am struggling to find the svg files for all these bunches of flowers, can you guide me as to where they are
We’re posting them one at a time– be on the lookout over the next week 🙂
This is filed under “SVG Cut Files” but I don’t see a link to any files, even when I’m logged in as a member…
We’ll be posting each flower with files over the next week 🙂
Can I make these on my Cricut air
You won’t be able to cut the crepe paper flowers on the Air, but the paper and vellum projects won’t be a problem 🙂
WOW!! It’s magnificent 🙂 (Clapping like a crazy person – lol)!
Haha thank you Janet, always appreciate your support (and excitement!)