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Rosettes a very easy to make and are perfect in a garland to add a vintage touch to your room . First choose a pretty long rectangle of paper,
I chose a polka dot grey piece of paper, around 30 cm long.
Fold your paper one way then the other, like you would fold a fan, the thinness of the strips determines the look of your Rosette but don't make them ...
Once you have finished folding the whole strip of paper fold it in half so it makes a fan shape.
Tie a piece of string around the centre of the rosette this will just secure the shape.
Fold out your rosette and glue the meeting sides together, you might want to add a paper clip whilst they are drying! Alternatively you can use double...
There! You have your rosette! Just poke some holes through the top and make a few more, and you have a super cute garland to decorate your room! :-D !...
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