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This instructable will teach you how to make Duct Tape roses, They are pretty good for valentines day and other events like fund raisers. *EDIT* The ...
What you will need for this project is: Some time: Not a lot but at least 10 minutes Some tape: I use Duck Tape brand Duct Tape Some floral wire: fou...
Start by ripping a 2x2in strip of tape. It doesn't have to be exact, it fact i recommend making varying sizes of petals it makes it seem more real.
1. Fold the top right corner over on itself making sure you leave some adhesive on the left side 2. Fold the top left corner over on itself making a ...
Take your newly made petal and wrap it around the top of the "Stem"
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to get petals. When adding petals I have found that it works the best if you add them in the fashion in the picture below, at a...
After a good amount of petals (your choice really) You should have something that looks like this.
Now you have a pretty good rose that you can use, but the wire stem is pokey and hurts when you get stabbed with it... So lets make it a little safer....
Take the excess of your stem color (or rip some more little squares) and apply them to the underside of the rose, adding another layer of protection t...
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