Metallic Peony Video

Brighten your day with a bouquet of these vibrant crushed metallic peonies. To craft this paper floral project, start by gathering the tools and materials listed below. Download either our SVG or PDF files and cut. Then visit our website to follow along with Lia’s Craft School video tutorial to learn how to assemble, Yet another paper flower project made simple!

For these metallic peonies, we used PaperPapers metallic text weight paper. This paper is our absolute go-to for floral paper crafting. It’s thinner composition and shimmering quality give it a luxurious feel — so much more to offer than most cardstocks. For our peonies, we used metallic paper in Azalea, Violette, Punch, Fairway and Gold, but feel free to get creative and play around with other colors! Browse Paper Papers wide selection here!

Tools & Materials

  • Scissors or Cutting Machine
  • PaperPapers Metallic Text Weight Paper
  • Floral Wire (18 and 20-gauge)
  • Floral Tape
  • Wire Cutters
  • Needle Nose Pliers
  • Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
  • Foam Block
  • Chopstick
  • Wooden Dowel

More to Explore

For more metallic paper flower projects, browse our website. Join us on InstagamFacebook and Twitter, and sign up for your very own Lia Griffith membership to start crafting with us today! For a chance to have your work featured on our social media, remember to use #MadeWithLia. And always feel free to reach out with any questions and feedback — we love hearing from you! Until next time ~ Lia & Team

3 Comments
  • JOSÉ Laguna
    Posted at 21:20h, 14 June Reply

    How are bay the molds for the flowers

  • Nadia alatorre
    Posted at 08:30h, 28 September Reply

    Hola! Yo quiero hacer esa flor pero engrande como puedo hacerla y donde consigo moldes grandes

    • Lia Griffith
      Posted at 10:01h, 28 September Reply

      Hi,
      You can enlarge the pdf on your copy machine to get larger petals. Happy crafting! It is one of our favorite flowers:-)

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