Sunday, 17 August 2014

Paper Tissue Flowers

  • Take a packet of pretty tissues
  • Cut one in half. Then fold one half lengthways.
  • Snip along the length of the open edge 
  • Starting at one end of the strip tie a 12" piece of florist wire through the end slit
  • Wrap the tissue round to the end. Then using the wire nearest the tissue wrap it round several times to secure.
  • And there you have it.  Hope that's okay for you Mo.


8 comments:

  1. Thank you Lynn, that is very clear :D I can't believe you get such pretty tissues! I will have to keep my eyes peeled when I am out today. Just a drive about, mainly, off to Invergordon to see the street murals, but I don't know if I'll get any decent photos as it's absolutely chucking it down. Oh, well. At least we have a car for a wee trip oot. ;) Hope it's not wet at yours.
    Love your new header on here too btw.
    Love n hugs Mo n Wee Man xoxox

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  2. Have a great day all of you. You could use paper napkins Mo xx

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  3. Wow Lynn, those tissues make gorgeous blooms! Very nicely displayed too. Big hugs, Anne xx

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  4. So beautiful Lynn <3 thanks for sharing xx

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  5. Sweet and easy - just the way I like it! Thanks for sharing....

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  6. Hi Lynn,

    Thanks for sharing how you make flowers out of napkins! I have so many fun napkins; I use them for wrapping small gifts and making coasters. Now I can add flowers!

    I looked back at your posts as I haven't been by in a while. I love the colors that you choose to work with. Your index a day wall is amazing! How fun.

    I found my doodly bird card you sent me for the 2012 ATC swap. What sweet memories!

    Peace,
    Kay

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  7. So simple but so effective.
    Sue xxx

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