The design, when opened in Silhouette Studio, doesn't look like much more than a long strip of perforated lines. But once cut, folded, at attached you'll be able to use the folded paper to create beautiful paper medallions
I'm going to share how to create a paper medallion wreath using this cut file on the blog next week, but until then, find your favorite patterned paper or make your own custom pattern paper at home and start cutting your perforated strips so you can follow along and make the paper medallions!
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