Nothing says season’s greetings like the poinsettia bloom. Since this is the most popular Christmas flower, we have designed poinsettias in all different papers and colors for wreaths, gift toppers, and to tuck into arrangements. These pink frosted paper poinsettias follow right along with the Christmas color trends this year. It’s also really simple to craft, which makes it easy for anyone to add this pretty poinsettia to their holiday décor.
Get started by checking out our supplies list below! Then download the pattern and tutorial at the end of the post.
Deck the Halls with Pink Poinsettias
If you enjoy having poinsettias in your home over the holidays, this paper version is the perfect place to start your flower-making hobby. With five layers of petals and leaves plus a simple gold stamen, you can make this gorgeous paper bloom in just 10 steps. Craft a few for your floral arrangement, to place on a holiday wreath, or to use as gift toppers.
You can find the templates and tutorial below to make these simple flowers in the pretty pink or any other color to match your holiday decor. For decorating tips, be sure to watch my video for some ideas on how to incorporate poinsettias into your holiday arrangements, décor, and gift-giving.
Skill level: Beginner
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- Cutting Machine (recommended)
- Craft Scissors or Detail Scissors
- Needle-Nose Pliers/Wire Cutters
- High-Temp Hot Glue Gun
How to Make Pink Frosted Paper Poinsettias
- Gather your tools and materials. Then download the flower pattern below.
- Cut and score each of your bracts in different frosted paper colors and flower centers from gold paper.
- Fold all of the bracts along the score lines to shape.
- Bend tip of wire to create loop, then flatten as shown.
Full tutorial available for members to download below.
Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.
Bonjour à toute l’équipe!
Nous rencontrons des difficultés avec la découpe avec le papier givré. Nous utilisons la machine cricut explore 3 avec une lame fine, nous avons sélectionner le papier cartonné léger et nous avons essayer toute les pressions et à chaque le papier se déchire. Nous avons un tapis standard grip qui est neuf !
Que doit t’on faire ??
Merci d’avance pour vos conseil !
Petit bonjour d’Antibes de la cote d’azur en France !
Have you watched this video yet? It will give you some good tips. https://liagriffith.com/craft-academy/cutting-frosted-paper-with-cricut/
when you download the svg file to print on your circuit the lines in-between the petals are cutting. I looked at the print and hand cut and it had it set up as perforated. How many other people did this happen to because you ruin the paper . Just thought that you would want to know.
Hi Mechell. The lines between are score lines and you will need to set those in Design Space. We do our best to help people understand how to use SVG files with our Craft Academy which is a free resource for all of our members. You can find these two videos that might be helpful in the future: https://liagriffith.com/craft-academy/how-to-use-files-cricut/ https://liagriffith.com/craft-academy/cutting-frosted-paper-with-cricut/
I am making you beautiful frosted poinsettia gift topper. I have mostly 8.5 x 11 inch paper and I can’t get this design to ungroup enough to cut out the smaller petals on one sheet and the large petals on another sheet. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks .
We have updated the file so you can now ungroup everything! 🙂