DIY Paper Camellia (with free flower template)

The camellia flower is also another great starter paper flower that is super easy to make.

This paper camellia is a basic layered paper flower that is both great for beginner paper flower crafters as well as a more advanced crafter looking to add a piece to a bigger project.

This is a great flower for viewing head-on, as in, it is less compelling on a stem. I like to use it as wall decor, in wreaths, or in arrangements where the stems are not visible.

paper camillia

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Templates – This Paper Camellia templates is available in both SVG and printable PDF format for Free in my Resource library.

Let’s get started…

Tutorial for How to Make Paper Camellia

Step 1: Print your free paper flower template

This step is only for if you are cutting these by hand. I’ve created a printable flower template available in multiple formats.

Step 2: Cut the printable flower template

I cut my paper flower templates on the Cricut but it is totally doable by hand.

paper flower template

Step 3: Curl the petals

You can use a scraper, or just do it by hand. I use this scraper I have for my cast iron pan.

The smallest layer is just folded inwards.

paper flower template

Step 4: Assemble the layers

I like to have the curls for the 2 largest layers face down and the rest face up.

I also like to use tape for the 4 largest layers to add more depth. I then use the glue for the topmost layers.

That’s it! Easy Peasy!

paper camillia

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11 thoughts on “DIY Paper Camellia (with free flower template)”

  1. Mara Rivera

    Please share link to register for access to the resource library.

    1. Hi there, it looks light you’ve registered successfully! The info has been sent to your email. Great to have you!

  2. Susan

    I signed up but I have not received email confirmation.
    Do I need to pay subscription in order to access free twmetes?

    1. ilyssa.norda@domesticheights.com

      Hi there! All the templates are in my free resource library (see link in menu bar). No purchase necessary!

  3. Sheila

    I new to cricut but, when I did my very first paper flowers, I follow your tutorials and this one is my favorite one to make. Thank you for the easy tutorial.

  4. Retha

    Thank you for this great resource. I can’t wait to get started making these beautiful flowers

    1. Ishieta Chopra

      Welcome πŸ™‚
      Happy Crafting!

  5. Christie

    Hi I recently joined your news letter. I love your paper templates I use fabric instead of paper they turn our so pretty but I’m having a hard time downloading some could you tell me what were they saved on please?
    Christie

    1. Elf @DomesticHeights

      Hi Christie,
      The Free Templates are all in the Free Resources Library and can be found using the search bar.
      In case you need further assistance, please send an email to info@domesticheights.com and our elf will help you out πŸ™‚

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