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Step 12: Adhere roses to base

Glue the roses to the white areas of the base piece. I found it helpful to use my stylus to press the base to the flower from inside the base.
<p>I used greeting card stock paper, but it only is available in white. Though I love this project, the colors are more applicable for a baby shower corsage. Anyone have any ideas to change the color of the flowers? What did others used for the paper which would be available in lime green or light navy blue and off white? </p>
<p>What weight paper did you use to print out the pedals and leaf? I tried card stock, but way too thick! I'm still looking the template for pedals and leaf. I checked with Canon Paper Craft but couldn't find it. Any directions from those that have successfully completed this craft? Thanks again of time.</p><p>Oldermemere</p>
I made these to use instead of bow on a baby shower gift. They were beautiful. <br>Every one thought they were so pretty. <br>
<p>How could you make it without the measurements? How did you know the size of the sections? Oldermemere</p>
<p>I'm really interested in making this project for my granddaughter's shower. I need specific measurements of the pedals, leave section and ribbon. Without those directions, I can't proceed. Can you help? The downloadable instructions did not provide those details either. Thank you so much. Can't wait to get started! Oldermemere </p>
<p>I'm really interested in making this project for my granddaughter's shower. I need specific measurements of the pedals, leave section and ribbon. Without those directions, I can't proceed. Can you help? The downloadable instructions did not provide those details either. Thank you so much. Can't wait to get started! Oldermemere </p>
how do u do that<br>that is beautiful rose flower <br>i like it
Very nice and constructive. Thanks!<br />
WOW i would like to make one of these but i am making a charmander paper craft for my cousins...
Wow. These are amazing. My parents don't know I have a date to my dance, and I know I need flowers THESE ARE GREAT! Sitting in my room with a glue stick, a Bill Pokemon card as a ruler and a pair of scissors, I put together the best damn looking corsage I've ever seen.
And just a tip. If you're gluing the petals together (folding, step 3), it helps to make sure you've got it lined up right by having a light nearby to hold it up to.
LOL!!!
I'm in the process of making a corsage and boutonniere for my boy and i-- out of duck tape <sup>-</sup> yesssss it's awesome.<br/><br/>Aside from that, I think these look great too.<br/>
I made one and im really happy with it. Next task find a girl to give it to. Thank you for posting this. P.S. But have you checked out the site where he found this. there are many cool things like christmas cards and stuff.
That's amazing! Now all I need is a girl to make one of these for!
o my gosh... THESE THINGS ARE SWEET!!! dude, where did you learn this?
Hi! Thanks for the compliment! I saw the project template on <a rel="nofollow" href="http://cp.c-ij.com/english/3D-papercraft/event/o-minirose_e.html">Canon's Creative Park</a> website and downloaded it. They also have instructions for this project, but they weren't very good, so I just experimented and changed things a bit as I went along. Thanks for looking!<br/>
This is a very delicate craft, cool
Dugg it!
Wow, those really don't look like paper.
Thanks for the compliments! I actually ended up giving this to my sister-in-law to wear at her bridal shower and she loved it. <a rel="nofollow" href="http://paperwoods.com/2007/02/16/a-paper-corsage-for-the-bride/">Here's</a> a picture of her wearing it!<br/>
Wow those look amazing!

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