Last year you all went totally crazy for my free giant Camellia paper rose template, so I was thinking about teaching you how to make small paper roses as a Camellia style?!
I did a lot of troubleshooting with this design before I released it because I wanted to get those delicate petal layers to look just perfect!
I’ve been loving this metallic cardstock paper lately. I first used it with my Anabelle classic rose that came out last month. This paper adds such a pretty shimmer to the flower’s petals! And this new paper Camellia rose design works fabulous for arrangements, bouquets and wreaths!
Here are the supplies you will want/need to successful make these lovely Camellia small paper roses.
- 50 lb text weight metallic cardstock. Find some here or here.
- Glue gun
- 18 gauge wire
- Wood dowel
- Cricut machine (Explore or Maker) OR use your scissors to cut by hand. New to Cricut? Join my free Cricut workshop!
- Camellia rose template – Find them here or on Etsy.
- Check out my full paper flower supply list here!
- Optional: Paper Blooms Shaping Mat and Tool Set – This is a product I created especially to help with small paper flowers!
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Are you ready to make small paper roses for yourself?! Grab your supplies and hit play on the video below!
How to Make Small Paper Roses: Camellia Rose Video Tutorial
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