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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

4 U

 These 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 some flowers.
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 wilt. Beautiful

Make this pretty in pink bundle of tissue paper carnations, they will last forever!

What you'll need:

  • Pink tissue paper, cut into 7" x 3" rectangles (2 per flower)
  • Pink and purple chenille stems
  • Scissors
  • Thin white ribbon

How to make it:

  1. Take two tissue paper rectangles and lay them one on top of the other so that that line up exactly.
  2. Cut ½" wide slits along the long edge about half way up the tissue paper. (image one)
  3. Cut a one-inch piece off the chenille stem and set aside. (image two)
  4. Place the long piece of chenille in the center of the tissue paper rectangle, the slits should be at the top. (image three)
  5. Fold tissue paper in half, over the chenille stem, like a greeting card. (image four)
  6. Holding the chenille in place, roll the tissue paper up around the chenille. (image five)
  7. 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)
  8. Fluff up the petals of the flower to your liking.
  9. Repeat steps 1-8 for as many flowers as you like.
  10. Gather flower stems together and tie bouquet together with a piece of white ribbon. (See image.)

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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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