After our last master class, some of you asked about making larger flowers to use as wall decor. So for our March collection, we are showing you how to make this frosted paper dahlia medallion.
All you need are a few simple tools and materials plus our dahlia pattern at the end of the post. Once you are ready to assemble your flower, just follow along with our video tutorial below.
Put the petal to the medal
This frosted paper dahlia medallion will be easy to make if you are using a cutting machine. Therefore, we recommend using one! Of course you can always cut your pieces by hand. Altogether there are four layers to assemble and our video tutorial will walk you through it step by step.
When you are done crafting your paper flower medallions, we’ve love to see how you decorate with them! They would make really pretty home decor or be fun to use as party decor. You could even use them as wedding decor or as a backdrop for photos.
Crafting tip: Make sure to use a high-temp hot glue gun! A low -temp glue gun will not have a strong enough hold.
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- Lia Griffith Frosted Craft Paper – Melon Pack: colors 2 and 3 (you will need 10 sheets to make 1 large medallion)
- Bakers Twine – Pink and White
Other projects in this post: The flowering branch in our photos is from our crepe paper flowers master class, but a similar project is this crepe paper quince branch. In the bowl are our frosted paper honeycomb eggs. And next to the blooming branch is our hoya obovata plant.