Cricut Joy Paper Flowers Beginner Friendly Guide

One of the things that I have been really interested in trying is making Cricut Joy paper flowers.  I have made them on my bigger machines and they always turn out so beautiful, which has encouraged me to so how they would turn out on the smaller Cricut Joy.  Cricut Joy paper flowers are so easy to create and you really need very little material to create them.  Not only are they easy to make and they use little material, but they are also really fast to create.  You could quickly cut out and roll many Cricut Joy paper flowers in a large quantity in very little time.  With the ability to use a variety of paper colors, this is a project that can turn very colorful and beautiful very quickly!

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Cricut Joy Paper Flowers Beginner Friendly Guide

Cricut Joy Paper Flowers Beginner Friendly Guide |

Not only did I make Cricut Joy paper flowers, but I also created an additional flower out of vellum and you have to see how pretty it turns out!  I can’t get over how easy and cute these little flowers are and I can’t wait for you to see this tutorial.  Be sure to also check out the source list below the video to see what little material you will need at your craft table to create your own Cricut Joy paper flowers!



Cricut JOY –

 Tweezers –

 Blue Joy Mat –

 Glue Gun –

 Paper Tool –

 Paper of your choice

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Cricut Joy Paper Flowers Beginner Friendly Guide |

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