What you will need:
Card stock for the cone
Glue gun and glue
Pages of an old book
Second: To get the paper to curl, I held it against the edge of a table, pressed my palm down and pulled. It helped when actually gluing the cone together.
Third: Glue the edges together.
Fourth: Tear strips from the pages of books about 1.5 inches wide. Fold them over until they are about .5 inches thick.
Fifth: Beginning wrapping your strip.
Sixth: To achieve the rosebud look, fold the strip like is shown in the bottom two photos. This will give the illusion of separate pedals.
Seventh: Stop and look at something cute after every 10 roses because you will want to quit the project if you don't.
Eighth: Glue your rosettes onto the cone. Keep them as close together as possible so you can't see the cone in between.
Ninth: Keep doing it until you reach the top!
This is an incredible easy, but time consuming project! Just keep patient because the outcome is absolutely adorable!
Below is the photo of the other trees we made for the Rosewood event. We will be writing out tutorial for these in the next week or so. Most of them are relatively easy compared to the rosettes!
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