One of the things I love about frosted paper is the beautiful dimension and depth it gives to paper flowers. It’s lightweight, making it very easy to curl and shape, plus it gives your paper flowers a lovely iridescent look. Altogether we have six new color packs of frosted paper — berry, citrus, conifer, melon, stone fruit, and succulent.

To help you get crafting with our new frosted paper packs, we have some free flower templates for you today that you can download below. If you are using a cutting machine, you can download our SVG cut files. Or you can use our printable PDF templates to cut your flowers by hand.

In my video tutorials below I’ll show you which of our frosted paper colors I used to craft an anemone, daisy, and succulent. You can use the same colors or play around with different ones to see which ones you like best. Once you have cut all your pieces, I will show you how to curl your petals and assemble your flowers with hot glue.

Happy crafting! Let us know if you have any questions or feedback. And be sure to share your projects with us by using #MadeWithLia.

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Video Tutorials

Each project has its own video tutorial below. Follow along with me as I show you how to craft frosted paper anemones, daisies, and succulents! For more ideas on how to use your frosted paper anemones and daisies, check out our anemone hoop wreath and boxwood wreath. If you are making the succulents, you can add them to a grapevine wreath or browse our succulent projects for more ideas.

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