Intermediate | 1 hour
In this class, Livia shares her technique for making wild roses and thistles out of tissue paper. From dip-dye bleaching the paper to attaching the petals and leaves with floral tape, Livia covers every step of the paper-flower making process. She then shows you how to display the branches to make a gorgeous, organic tabletop centerpiece, perfect for weddings, parties, or any festive gathering.
Here’s what you’ll need:Materials:
- Tissue papers (about one sheet each in light green/peach/burnt/orange/raspberry/purple/yellow)
- Fine crepe paper in yellow
- Canson paper in various shades of green
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks
- Fringing scissors (optional)
- Wire cutters
- Paper scissors
- Rotary cutter
- Cutting mat
- Transparent quilting ruler
- 18-gauge 18”-long straight floral wire
- ½”-wide floral tape in light green and dark green
- Cotton safety swabs
- Metal or glass container for mixing bleach solution
- Household bleach
- Drying rack
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