watercolor and crepe paper poinsettias

Eat, pink, and be merry

These watercolor crepe paper poinsettias make such pretty holiday decor. If you’d like, you can also use them as gift toppers or give them away as gifts. 

Although this flower is a step up from our previous poinsettias, it’s a great project for a beginner paper flower crafter. And it’s also fun for those of you who are advanced as we play with the effects of water on the crepe paper.

If you haven’t joined one of our live workshops before, make sure to read the steps below. Otherwise you can skip on down to the tools and materials list.

How to Join Our Member Make Challenge

  1. Become a member and — if you want to meet other flower makers and get more crafting tips — join our Facebook page for members (the link to join will be in your welcome email).
  2. Gather the craft tools and materials you need from our list below. Then download the crepe paper flower template or SVG file at the end of this post.
  3. Join our YouTube Live on November 19th at 11:00 a.m. PT to learn how to make these watercolor crepe paper poinsettias. We will share the link to join on the Facebook page for members and send it to members who are on our email list. It will also be available for playback here once the live workshop is over.
  4. Don’t forget to get creative with it! You can always use different materials or try different techniques.
  5. If you need some guidance, reach out to us and others in our crafting community. You can also post progress pictures or ask questions on our Facebook page for members.
  6. Lastly, share your final version of your watercolor crepe paper poinsettias! You can post your pictures on our Facebook page for members or on your Instagram page with the hashtag #MemberMake.

 

Explore More

Want more flower templates and tutorials like this one? Browse all of our crepe paper flowers for more ideas. Or see our previous Member Make workshops.

 Tools

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 Materials

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