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Now you can make a beautiful flower in less than ten minutes. My name is Elijah and I am here to show you how.
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Start with a straw and whatever color or colors of duct tape that you like. You will also need scissors.
Rip or cut a piece of duct tape to be used for the stem. The strip should be just a little longer than the straw.
Lay the straw on the edge of the sticky side of the duct tape.
Roll the straw tightly into the duct tape. There you have the stem.
Prepare the tape for the petals in advance by cutting or tearing two to three inch pieces of duct tape. You can use one or many colors. The ...
Take one of the two to three inch pieces of duct tape and fold down one corner, leaving a strip of sticky exposed.
Fold down the other corner toward the center in the same way.
Wrap this around the top of the straw. This is your first petal.
Repeat the same process, placing the next petal on the opposite side of the straw from the first.
Continue adding the pointed petals to the flower stem such that the points land between the points of the previous layer.
From time to time, you can cut the point off of a petal to make it more round, then place it slightly higher up on the flower.
Keep going until the flower is the size you want. VOILA! A beautiful flower.... in less than 10 minutes. A bouquet in less than an hour.
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