Out of all our new frosted paper flower kits, our garden roses are definitely a favorite. And here’s a fun fact that you may or may not know, but a paper rose was the very first flower I made and shared on this site! We have come a long way since then and designed many different roses for you—including this frosted paper garden roses flower kit.
You can purchase this kit from our online craft store. Or you can find it on Amazon as well as Amazon UK.
Stop and craft the roses
Taking the time to work on a craft project can be rewarding in so many ways. It’s a chance to slow down, nurture your creativity, and create something you love that can last forever! Also, once you’re done crafting, you can share it with us and the rest of our crafting community to continue sparking joy.
One of the things we love about our paper flower kits is that they make it really simple for anyone to craft some beautiful paper flowers. Our frosted paper garden roses flower kit includes 16 die-cut sheets of paper with all of the rose petals and leaves ready for you to punch out and assemble. With this kit, you can make a lovely full bouquet of six roses and six rosebuds with leaves.
Another fun idea would be to forgo the stems and create a rose wreath. Or you could frame your roses and create some gorgeous artwork. Whatever you end up crafting, we hope you share it with us by using the #MadeWithLia hashtag.
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- Paper Roses Kit (Also on Amazon and Amazon UK)
- 18-Gauge Green Paper-Covered Wire
- 24-Gauge Green Paper-Covered Wire
- Green Floral Tape (optional)
Once you’ve purchased your frosted paper garden roses flower kit, just follow the step-by-step tutorial included in the kit. Or watch the video below!
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Love it…Do you have this as a down load or just a package?
Thanks so much, Laura! We don’t have downloads for our new paper kits but this kit was inspired by the Ecuadorian Roses (https://liagriffith.com/video-tutorial-frosted-paper-ecuadorian-roses/)