To make this bouquet, you will need:
I use regular white glue. You can use school glue, but it will take longer to dry.
I use a combination of scissors and a craft knife, changing tools depending on the size and shape of the part I am cutting.
These are for shaping. A large needle or a very fine skewer would also work.
I use regular printer paper for the majority of this, but I prefer card stock for the vase. If you do not have card stock, regular paper will work, but you may need to glue two sheets together.
The flowers will not look right at all if you do this in black and white.
You can use a dead ball point pen, but I use an embossing tool I bought at a local scrapbooking store.
A ruler works well, but can be a bit awkward due to length. I prefer an old plastic card like a club card; they are stiff enough to work with, but short enough to not get in the way. Using one of each, swapping out depending on need is best.
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