Tutorial: aluminum flowers, teardrop-shape petals

mommyandme2September 12, 2011

There is a blue Miller Lite flower & a Vanilla Coke flower, made with teardrop shaped petals. We cut 5 petals for each flower. A small hole is punched in the pointed end of each petal. A brad goes through a tiny flower, a plain circle and the pointed end of the petals. Arrange the petals evenly. Use a drop of superglue to hold them in place if necessary. The ones we made are about 6" in diameter. See photo # 19. Any questions? - Laura

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