I know I said we’re all about the poinsettias right now. But we’re also all about the hydrangeas! If you enjoy making paper versions of your favorite flowers when they’re actually in bloom, then it’s a great time to make some hydrangea flowers. Today I’m showing you how to make this beautiful arrangement of frosted paper hydrangeas for fall. Just watch my video tutorial below to see how it’s done!
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- 24-Gauge Floral Wire
- Floral Tape — Fern
- Frosted Text Weight Paper — Poptone Jellybean Green, Curious Metallic Nude, Stardream Metallic Aquamarine, and Crush Kiwi
Watch my video tutorial to learn how to craft your own frosted paper hydrangeas.
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I just got a cricut and the pattern came loaded for me to use. It says to check out your blog for instructions but it says members only. what a bummer.
Hi Christine! We have a brand new technique that I am going to be teaching. If you like to make paper flowers, we have so much to offer not only in cut files but also in workshops and tutorials. In the meantime here is a FREE for all workshop that shows some of the older techniques. Hope that is helpful. 😉
These are beautiful! I watched the video and was trying to figure out how many flower cut outs you used of each color to make one bunch.
Thank you for your help!
Thank you Erin! For each bloom I used 18 green petals to cover all the wires, then filled in with about 10-12 of each the pink and blue papers.
I purchased your punch, this punch result is not representative of the photo on the package.
Oh no! Please contact Fiskars warranty team. You can file a claim on their website, email them at Warranty@Fiskars.com, or call (866) 348-5661 x1. Filing a claim online would be the fastest route to go.
What a brilliant way to acheive an amazing Hydrangea head . This is on my to do list .I don’t have a cricut so will be using my scissors
I have made several of these without a Cricut! The hydrangea punch come in real handy as well 🙂