The weather is warming up, which means spring is around the corner. Our club chicas are helping us redecorate the office with this cute, fun DIY projects — just in time for spring!
- Colored construction paper
1) The first step is to cut out nine circles in different colors. There should be three groups of circles: small, medium, and large.
2) Next, glue them together. You should have three different circles that have four circles glued together.
3) Next, get another color paper of your choice, just a small piece, and roll it to make the stalk for the paper flowers.
4) Then, use tape to attach each of the flowers to its stalk. Be sure to staple the flowers together so that there is one group of three flowers.
5) Fold another colored paper entirely in half to make the card, and use another small different colored paper to make the pocket. Once the pocket is ready you will be able to insert the flower bouquet.
- Kleenex tissue paper
- Bobby Pins
1) The first step is to fold the Kleenex into an accordion fold.
2) Next, put a bobby pin in the center of the Kleenex tissue once it is folded already into an accordion.
3) Then, cut off the ends.
4) Next, color the ends of the Kleenex with the color of your choice.
5) For the last step, start unfolding the Kleenex petal by petal and you will have your flower you can make several flowers if you like.
- Heart Template for flower
- Colored construction paper or scrapbook paper
1) The first step is to cut out the heart four times.
2) The next step is for each rose to cut out four hearts from scrapbook paper.
3) Then turn one of hearts upside down so that it looks like one of the center petals of a rose bud. Then, use glue to stick the top of a pipe cleaner stem in its place.
4) Next, place a second heart on top of the first one with glue. With your fingertips, curl the tips of the hearts.
5) Next, fold the remaining two hearts in half vertically, fold the rounded sides of the hearts backwards, and then fold down the tips.
6) Finally, put the sides of the center between the folded hearts using glue so that they stay in place.
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