For all you crafters, pros or “would be’s”, check out our rose tissue paper tutorial. It’s easy,
it´s fun and the results are truly remarkable – so much so, that I actually
dare you to tell me which rose in the video is real.
by Mary Canovas
Paper Roses that Actually Look Real – No Kidding!
Please watch our easy-to-follow video to help you follow the written instructions. I dare you to tell which of the flowers on screen is fresh and which is paper. There are no tricks here – these are actual roses cut from our garden mixed with the paper roses in the bouquet.
Make these roses for a centerpiece, as a gift for special occasions. They are really easy to make and make the loveliest bouquet that will never wither or die. Store-bought roses are beautiful but these are a personal expression of the caring and love of the crafter to the recipient.
• Tissue paper
• White glue, scissors, bamboo sticks (barbecue or kebob sticks)
• Floral ribbon (optional) or green tissue paper
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