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Crafting Crepe Paper Poppies, New Class on Skillshare

Posted by Heather Grimstead on

Crepe Paper Poppies

Hello, Heather here, the owner and designer behind Especially Paper. I've just published my very first class on Skillshare, a learning community for creators. I'd love it if you'd join the class on crafting crepe paper flowers — the first 50 students can enroll for free!

Using simple flower-making techniques, turn crepe paper into a flower inspired by icelandic poppies. Paper flowers are often crafted on flower wire to use in arrangements, but this method creates a flat-back flower. It’s a little easier for a first flower and having a flat back is useful for displaying on a wall, setting on a plate for a place setting, or — like the example in this class — adding a clip to the back. These would be lovely incorporated into a wedding reception or bridal shower.

The class is split into short video segments so you can watch a bit at a time or skip ahead to the techniques you'd most like to view. Plus, multiple templates are included with the class including a PDF for hand-cutting pieces, an SVG file to use with Cricut Explore and a DXF file to use with Silhouette Studio.

Enroll for free
(first 50 students)

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