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Aqua Tissue Flower

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Bring the beauty of spring indoors with this Aqua Tissue Flower.  Perfect for arranging in a floral centerpiece or using for a bouquet, this tissue paper flower is easy to make and requires no water and sun!  Make these lovely tissue paper flowers in a variety of colors to create your very own indoor flower garden.  These tissue paper flowers are a cost-effective way to decorate for a shower or wedding or just to add a bright accent to your living room, bedroom, or living room.

Aqua Tissue Flower

Materials:

  • XL Glue Dots
  • 1" Glue Lines
  • Tissue Paper
  • Dowel
  • Scissors

 

Instructions:

  1. Cut three different size petals (you will need five of each and should have 15 petals total).
     
  2. Scallop the edges of the petals using scissors.
     
  3. Center the end of the dowel over an XL Glue Dot and press down firmly, while wrapping the XL Glue Dot around the end of the dowel.
     
  4. Beginning with the smallest petals, pinch the ends on each petal together and press it firmly around the end of the dowel and fluff.

    Aqua Tissue Paper Flower
     
  5. Wrap a 1” Glue Line around the dowel, just below the first layer of petals.
     
  6. Add the next sized petals to the dowel by pressing the pinched ends into the 1” Glue Line.

    Aqua Tissue Paper Flower
     
  7. Continue to add the final set of petals in the same manner as the rest until all of the petals are attached to the dowel.

    Aqua Tissue Paper Flower

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