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How to Make a Large Bread Dough Rose

By: Savannah Starr

Bread dough flowers are a fun and easy way to add florals to your favorite crafts! Learn how to make a large bread dough rose from Savannah Starr and add one to your next project. Use stale bread and Aleene's Tacky Glue for this old-school technique.

This technique is perfect for any kind of project but it works especially well with Valentine's Day crafts. Use this vintage craft technique to create florals for your Valentine's Day celebration! Best of all, these flowers will last forever (no need to water them). If you have some stale bread in your home that you've been meaning to throw away, check out this tutorial and save yourself a trip to the dumpster.

 

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