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Fun Rose Flower Making Craft

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In this tutorial you will learn how to create this pretty paper Rose Flower Making Craft these. You can make these beautiful paper roses on Valentine’s Day and decorate your place with them.

Rose Flower Making Craft

Supplies needed:

  • Red Color Paper.
  • Scissor.
  • Glue.
  • Pencil or Wooden skewers to create curves on the petals.

Step One

You will need four square pieces of paper. I used 6cm x 6cm paper. The more the size of the paper the larger will be the roses.

Fold each piece of paper in half.

Fold in half again

Fold again so you will get a triangle shape.

Step Two

Draw a round shape of a petal and cut it.

Then cut the bottom point. Repeat the process on all four pieces of paper.

Step Three

Now cut a petal out of each flower, cut one petal from first flower, two petals from the second flower, three from the third flower and cut the fourth flower in half.

The small petals showing below will be the center of the flower

Step Four

Now overlap the remaining petals and glue them.

Roll the single petal tightly and roll the double petal slightly larger than the single. You can use wooden skewer in order to roll the single petal tightly.

Step Five

Use a pencil or a wooden skewer and create curves on the petals.

Step Six

Start gluing the flower pieces, the ones with more petals should be on the bottom and the ones with fewer petals should be on the top.

And Roses are ready!

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