Roses are magnificent flowers with which you can decorate literally everything. They can be made of cloth, fringe, even burlap. And what do you say about roses from paper? They look like real buds, and maybe even more beautiful and certainly idle longer than the original. You can decorate them with almost anything you want - from a gift to a loved one to curtains in the kitchen!
For work you will need:
- plain paper (preferably thick, you can choose color at once);
- pastels for coloring.
1. Draw a spiral pencil on paper.
2. Draw wavy lines over it. Straight lines erase.
3. Cut the workpiece.
If someone cannot draw a blank, you can print a pattern:
4. Gently wipe away the rest of the pencil.
5. At the end of the segment make small cuts, as in the photo below.
6. Color the cuts with yellow pastels. This will be the base of the flower.
7. Start twisting the flower tight, gradually loosening it. Get the right amount. If the first time does not work, you can deploy and try again.
Spread the flower until you reach pomp. You can help yourself with tweezers.
8. Apply a little glue on the back of the flower to hold the construction together. Cut another piece of paper and attach it to the back.
Admire the result!