Tutorial: Wrapped Roses

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By DCWV Diary

I have a fun tutorial for you today! This gorgeous birdcage was a huge hit! Wouldn’t it be gorgeous as a table centerpiece?? This tutorial is for the wrapped roses which don’t need a template and don’t need to be cut out perfect!! Love that, right??

Supplies & Tools

Directions

1. Select a print from your DCWV Stack. Turn it over to the back side and trace a 6” circle. Cut it out, this is your 6” circle template.

2. Cut a spiral circular pattern from the outside of your 6″ circle until you reach the middle. Punch out a 1 ½” circle from another sheet for the back of the rose.

3. Using the image as a reference, begin creating your flower by taking the middle section and wrapping the paper around itself. Continue wrapping until you reach the end. Manipulate the flower (wrapping tighter vs. wrapping looser) until you reach the desired look. Glue your flower to the 1 ½” circle.

4. Repeat for as many flowers as you want!

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