Monday, June 20, 2011

Tissue paper flower

Paper flowers (MC)

 (600x600, 290Kb)
We will need:
- Corrugated paper
- Scissors
- White floral tape
- White floral wire
- Glue
- Small beads

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1.Cut a strip of paper about 4-5 inches (10-13 cm) wide and 18 inches (46 cm) long.The folds of the corrugated paper must be parallel to the short side.Fold in half several times until you get a rectangle with a width of about 2 inches (5 cm).
2.Cut the top edge, rounded it to create the shape of a semicircle.Expand the strip of paper.
3-4.Again, fold the strip of paper, but not exactly in half, and with a shift.Now cut a straight edge in a semicircle, like last time.Expand.
5.Now fold the strip in half in length.Take one end of the strip and attach it to one end of the wire, making a loop and tighten it around the paper.
6.Begin to form a flower.Screw the paper around the wire and close it all the floral tape.When the flower is fully formed, cover tape portion of the stem.
7.Use your fingers to sort out the petals of a flower.Corrugated paper extends a bit, so you can gently pull on the tips of the petals to create a more realistic appearance.In the center of the flower, add a little glue and sprinkle the small beads.
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