Seligor's Castle, fun for all the children of the world.
Sun, 17 Jan 2010
Boy it is hard work doing playlists and pastimes up to date, I am shattered. I do hope you enjoy the craft video's they are brilliant
wonderful flowers are told here for you, through
me, by KABOOSE. Now for all you parents who love aa
online magazine I will give you the details at the
bottom of the flower making, so you don't go taking
a peep till you have helped the little ones with
The images are at the bottom of
the page under the tips.
Flowers are a mainstay on
Valentine's Day, but real flower fade and
Make this pretty in pink
bundle of tissue paper carnations, they
will last forever!
- Pink tissue paper, cut into
7" x 3" rectangles (2 per
- Pink and purple chenille
- Thin white
- Take two tissue paper
rectangles and lay them one on top of the other so
that that line up exactly.
- Cut ½" wide slits along
the long edge about half way up the tissue paper.
- Cut a one-inch piece off
the chenille stem and set aside. (image
- Place the long piece of
chenille in the center of the tissue paper
rectangle, the slits should be at the top. (image
- Fold tissue paper in
half, over the chenille stem, like a greeting card.
- Holding the chenille in
place, roll the tissue paper up around the
chenille. (image five)
- Hold tissue paper in
place and wrap the small piece of chenille
(that you trimmed off in step 3) around the tissue
paper, below the
slits. (image six)
- Fluff up the petals of
the flower to your liking.
- Repeat steps 1-8 for as
many flowers as you like.
- Gather flower stems
together and tie bouquet together with a piece of
white ribbon. (See image.)
dont worry all the links and images are below.
never put a list of things on blogger, great at
zoomshare, lousy anywhere else.
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