Paper Camellia

Paper Camellia

This frosted paper camellia is incredibly elegant and simple to recreate. Our Metallic Text Weight paper gives this flower a gorgeous sheen that begs to be seen. Create your own paper camellia today and show it off to all your crafting buddies or give one to your Mom for Mother’s Day.

To create your own camellia, simply start by gathering the tools and materials listed below. Scroll down to download either the SVG or PDF files, then cut. Finally, follow along with Lia’s video on to learn how to assemble your frosted paper camellia. Find all of the papers we used for this project here.

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  • Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
  • Scissors
  • Detail Scissors
  • Wire Cutter/Needle Nose Pliers
  • Curling Tool
  • Small Knitting Needle


  • A dejong
    Posted at 23:43h, 16 April Reply

    How many pages of each sheet do we need per flower?
    I’m wanting to this project with a group of 10 and we’d each need 3 flowers.
    So my question is how much paper would I need in order to make 30 flowers?😊

    • Lia Griffith
      Posted at 09:02h, 17 April Reply

      Hi, what a fun project to do with a group of friends. For one flower you need 2 sheets of the rose quartz and one sheet of the botanic. 30 flowers would require 60 sheets of the rose quartz and 30 sheets of the botanic. Happy crafting ! xx

  • bethann paczkowski
    Posted at 13:21h, 30 June Reply

    this is cutting my pattern off, help please…. thank you bethann

    • Lia Griffith
      Posted at 10:28h, 02 July Reply

      Hi, sorry about the problem. We tested the pattern and it looks fine from your end. Do you have any more details to help us troubleshoot?

  • Kathy
    Posted at 08:46h, 24 September Reply

    How do we download this and then upload to Cricut Design Space? I’m technologically challenged

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