make roses in paper

## Step 12: Finished

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its cool,nice and awesome....but maybe you forgot something most specially the instructions because the instructables needs instructions...and also the pictures are not in order....<br>For me I will give 1 out of 10...<br>Thanks!!!
<em>it was a nice one<br /> the pictures were very clear and&nbsp; beautiful<br /> the negative........................<br /> there was no instructions<br /> and the pictures were not in order,all were jumbled.<br /> the best i could give out of 5 is 1</em>
Constructive criticism? <br /> <br /> I'll just go with the obvious. Good point, and bad points.<br /> <br /> The Good:<br /> &nbsp;Pictures are clear, unblurred and simple<br /> <br /> The Bads:<br /> &nbsp;There is no instruction for the steps.<br /> &nbsp;What steps are there, are out of order.<br /> &nbsp;<br /> If there was a scoring, the best I&nbsp;would give, out of 5, is a 1.<br /> Yes, the pictures are clear. But they apear to be in no particular order.<br /> <br /> I&nbsp;would love to give this person instructions on what to do to make nitroglycerin, using the method shown here. I'd guarantee a bad experience, in that scenario. Forutately, no worries of paper being too hot, or cold, or not in an order, for preping your wooden .. I&nbsp;mentioned wooden? not metal oven? Oops.. my bad.<br />
I was just thinking of the &quot;12 Steps&quot;, and a particular Seinfield episode, Where George loses it, because of a step being skipped.. well in his mind.<br />
I'd love this if it were in order and had some kind of written instructions.<br />
The pictures are excellent but seem really out of order - need something like materials first, shape the petals, then apply them, or something. I&nbsp;could definitely figure this out if I&nbsp;felt like it but I'm assuming that's crepe paper?<br /> <br /> Text also helps a lot, a bit of a step by step. <br /> <br /> Otherwise, great. Seriously, awesome clear pics.<br />
amazing, looks really real.<br />