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How To Easily Make Paper Flowers With Cricut

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Learn how to make paper flowers with your Cricut with this quick and easy tutorial. You can use them in so many ways, like this monogram letter for my craft room. 

Cricut Paper Flowers On Monogram

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I’m so excited to be teaming up with a great group of crafty bloggers for the Summer of Flowers party featuring Cricut! What is the Summer of Flowers you ask?

Every day this week a bunch of my creative friends are sharing flower ideas all made with their Cricut. A huge thank you to The Country Chic Cottage, 30 Minute Crafts, 100 Directions and Mad In Crafts for hosting this event.

Be sure to read all the way to the end to see their projects. And, there is an absolutely amazing giveaway that you definitely don’t want to miss!

If you have visited here before, you know I love my Cricut. It has helped me make cute pillows like this mermaid for my daughter and this blessed pillow for me, plus so many other things.

Today I wanted to share a very easy tutorial for paper flowers. You can also use this same process to make felt flowers.

Paper flowers can be used in so many different ways. You can add them to a picture frame, shadow box or to a monogram letter like I did. Let me show you how quickly you can make these.

letter M monogram with paper flowers

Supplies Needed To Make Paper Flowers


wood letter M on polka dot paper

Step 1.

Determine what flowers you want to make. I used several different ones from Domestic Heights. Simply upload them to Cricut Design Space.

paper flower on computer

Step 2.

Duplicate the flowers to make the most out of your paper. You should be able to fit 6 on each 12×12 sheet.

duplicate flowers

Step 3.

Place the paper of your choice onto the cutting mat and load it into the Cricut machine.

cricut mat with paper

Step 4.

Cut the flowers and repeat until you have enough flowers for your project. I used about 36 for this monogram.

Step 5.

Remove the paper from the mat and weed the flowers. 

Step 6.

Assemble the flowers using your hot glue gun. Create as many flowers as you need for your project.

paper flower

Step 7.

Now just hot glue the flowers to the monogram letter and admire your craftiness!

close up of flowers

This would be a great idea for a nursery, or office. You can even spell out words for the holidays. I’m thinking BOO would be really cute for Halloween using pretty Halloween paper. 

paper monogram and blue clock

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paper flowers made with cricut

Also, be sure to visit Our Crafty Mom next week, as I will be talking about some really helpful craft storage ideas, including this vinyl storage organizer from ArtBin. One thing I struggle with is storage.

But I’m learning, in a small space, vertical is the way to go. I’m waiting for the day when I can have an entire wall of storage shelves in my craft room! Wouldn’t it be fun to have several of these organizers side by side showcasing all the pretty colors of vinyl? 

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Lynne B

Friday 13th of September 2019

A Cricut would have made my life SO much easier when my kids were little! I'd love to give one to my sister for Christmas.


Friday 2nd of August 2019

WOW! What a great idea! I hope I have a chance at winning. I love making flowers on my cricut


Friday 2nd of August 2019

Good luck to you!


Thursday 1st of August 2019


Tonya Mcminn

Wednesday 31st of July 2019

I would make shirts.

Julie Waldron

Tuesday 30th of July 2019

I will make home decor and let my daughter use it to make decorations for her classroom.

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