The original idea came from the duct tape club www.ducktapeclub.com. But their Instructions are very vague and there is only four non informative pictures, after making these roses for a year or so i have my own style that I am sharing
Step 1: Get your stuff together
Some time: Not a lot but at least 10 minutes
Some tape: I use Duck Tape brand Duct Tape
Some floral wire: found almost in any floral department
Step 2: Rip Tape!
Step 3: Making the Petals
2. Fold the top left corner over on itself making a triangle with some adhesive left on the bottom.
Step 5: Building off of the base
When adding petals I have found that it works the best if you add them in the fashion in the picture below, at an angle and then wrapping them.
Step 6: Finish the Petals
Step 7: Stem
Now take your stem color and rip a half strip about 1 circumference around or 1.5 depending on how long your stem is.
Start at the top by the rose and wrap tightly down the stem, if you have leftover keep it for the next step.