25 favorite crepe paper tutorials

Hello, lovely readers! For this week’s crafty compilation, I’m sharing some of my favorite tutorials using a craft medium that’s inexpensive, readily available, and so much fun–I’m talking about crepe paper!

darling decor

pretty party backdrop via glorious treats 

colorful rainbow wreath via fiskars
sewn party streamers via my paper crane
fringey streamers via oh happy day
crepe paper twine tutorial via cut out + keep
easy halloween wreath via country living
dots garland via oh happy day
ruffled gift wrap via lorajean’s magazine
holiday bells via martha stewart
modern lanterns via project wedding
spring wreath via house of smiths
lots of crepe paper wedding details via design sponge
diy medallions via once wed

fabulous flowers

flower bouquet via the bride’s cafe 

scalloped flowers via lisa pace
hanging roses tutorial via the house of smiths
ruffled flowers tutorial via today’s fabulous finds
mini roses via filth wizardry
simple orange flowers via how about orange
multiple flower tutorials via martha stewart weddings
peonies tutorial via dear lillie
oversized flowers via martha stewart
flower garland via hip hip hooray
flower lampshade via counting it all joy
glittered flowers via artful affirmations

What’s your favorite way to use crepe paper? I’d love to know!

crepe paper garland {a tutorial}

When I saw oh happy day’s paper dots garland post last month, I fell in love with the garlands’ simplicity and sweetness. Varying only slightly on Jordan’s design (I used crepe paper streamers vs. sheets like she did, because that’s what I had on hand), I really liked the end results.

All you need is half an hour, two free hands, and some crepe paper…

Step 1: Take crepe paper in one hand (I used my left), and use your other hand to twist a section approximately 2 inches or so…


Step 2: Move your (left) hand down a couple of inches, again, twist your crepe paper…

Continue twisting until you are happy with the length.


Doesn’t get much easier than that.
(For those who may want to know, the black and white dotted streamers came from Party City.)

Definitely a 30 minute makeable.