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« on: June 17, 2012 06:55:40 PM »

After cutting out petal pieces, how would I put it together?


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« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2012 06:05:30 AM »

There are a number of ways to put a paper rose together.  If all your petals are all individually cut you could glue them to a circular paper punched base disc or connect them with a brad.  You can also make a paper rose with a flower punch (or handcut the flower shape yourself if you don't have a flower punch).  Google "paper rose tutorial" and you'll find dozen's of tutorials on how to make and put together a paper rose similar to the photo you've uploaded.
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