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How to Make an Upcycled Coffee Cup Flower Bouquet

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Make your own handmade flowers and show someone how much you care. Learn how to make an upcycled coffee cup bouquet - it's an inexpensive alternative to the real thing. Save those coffee cups and help the Earth.

Use a die cut machine to create the perfect florals. Blend Aleene's Tacky Glue and metallic powder to create the perfect hue. For the center of the flowers, you can use beads or polymer clay buttons wrapped in craft foil. Use wire for the stems and group your flowers together. These flowers don't require any upkeep so they are perfect for hostesses, busy moms and anyone else!

 

For a step-by-ste photo tutorial of this project, check out Coffee Cup Flower Bouquet.

 

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Feb 11, 2012

Why is the video private? I would have liked to have viewed it for a better idea of how to make the flowers.

 

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