Shape petals to cup inward slightly. Cut petals as shown. Each petal is individually shaped and pleated before being attached to the stem. Cup each petal outward, then curl petals outward, shaping several at a time. Tulip, lily 18 of 19 Garland Use continuous-petal flowers made without a stamen roll the strip tightly around itself, and secure with floral tape.
Attach end of strip to stamen; wind it around, gradually bringing strip higher on stamen. Wrap around end of wire.
Give the leaf a slight inward cup, following the shaping technique given for single petals seen here. Bring far tips in toward center bottom point, slightly overlapping. Place thumbnail-size wad of cotton in center; push end of wire into cotton.
Shape petals to cup inward slightly; roll three of them at the widest point to curve strongly inward. Tightly pleat bottom edge of one strip, then wrap it firmly around itself, keeping bottom edge aligned.
Curl tips of petals inward. Hold the tips together; twist. Repeat with other strips. Cut three 1-inch squares of crepe paper; make three wads of cotton the size of a pinky nail.
Shape petals to cup outward at widest point. Pleat base of each petal; pinch folds in place. Leave four inches between flowers. Swipe here for next slide 16 of 19 Making Stamens Cut gauge cloth-wrapped floral wire to desired length: Attach leaves near base of stem with tape.
Add a short stem made of gauge cloth-wrapped floral wire in one of two ways: Attach leaves low on stem. Attach to wire as for 1. Attach strip to stamen, pleating bottom edge to prevent bunching, and keeping it aligned as you wrap. Cup petals at a point just below middle; curl upper edge outward.
Attach petals to stamen, first positioning small petals lower on stamen and tightly curled around it; raise each subsequent ring of petals slightly, overlapping petals. Either attach the leaf to the wire by wrapping floral tape around the base overlapping wire and slightly cupping leaf around stem, or glue wire up center back of leaf with craft glue.
To curl a petal, roll it around a pencil. Once petals are added, wrap tape around twice more, then wrap down along stem to anchor and to attach leaves.Crepe-paper flowers capture the essence of flowers without all the botanical details. Their whimsy makes them not only a pleasure to behold, but also an enjoyable project to undertake.
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