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This project is my attempt at creating a duct tape rose that is as realistic as possible.
Red duct tape (about 3-4 ft. per rose) Green duct tape (about 2-3 ft per rose) Red marker Green marker Floral wire (or other stiff wire) (about 10 ...
To form the petals, start by cutting off a piece of wire that is about a foot long and a piece of red duct tape about 4 inches ...
Start forming the rose by taking the smallest petal and loosely roll it into a tube. Then with each additional petal there are few extra things that you ...
Repeat the previous steps with each additional petal. After adding a petal, stop and make adjustments as needed. The final shape is determined by the kind of bud ...
Once all the petals are attached, form the stem by tightly twisting all the wires together. To cover the stem, cut off a piece of green duct tape ...
The last thing to add is the sepals. Cut off a 3 inch piece of green duct tape and fold one end over, similar to the way the ...
Do some final shaping and your duct tape rose is complete. Each rose will take about 30 minutes to make. So it is not a quick crafting project, ...
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