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Flower garland gift wrapping

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make this colorful and delicate wreath of paper flowers to decorate and present  gifts.

We need:
  • Papers of different colors.
  • Stamping forms: flowers, hearts (optional).
  • Glue stick.
  • Hot glue gun.
  • Cutter.
  • Thick needle.
  • Fine gold or silver cord.
  • Scissors.
  • Or filigree quilling tool (optional).
  • Tweezers (optional).
For this idea you can combine the colors you like them according to the occasion. I preferred to use all pastel shades and build a harmonious combination with them.
As you can see, based on this idea are simple shapes such as flowers, leaves and some hearts. And to them I took some of the stamping of paper I have. Two forms of hearts and a special brand Ek Tools I love a big punch two flowers, leaf and flower center. But if you do not have this kind of die cutting, do not worry! They can make their own patterns with some paper or thin cardboard and achieve the same result.
The first thing to do is cut so many flowers, leaves and hearts in all colors you want to combine … a beautiful palette of colors!

use a cotton swab to put the glue stick. You can also find these lines at small bars with special tips.

Once we set up all the flowers and their including centers, we give them a hint of movement. If you have a quilling tool or watermark (with which we wind paper) can use it to this step. If you do not have to seek a brush or similar with a small tip and roll up her tips of the petals of flowers.

See how nice stay! It’s a nice touch.

We seek now the leaves and hearts, we make a small cut in the cross cutter and bend a little. We spent the golden cord by the needle and prepare for starting assembly of the wreath.

We spent all leaves and hearts that we will combine with flowers.

And with the hot glue gun or liquid silicone paste flowers we started on putting together a nice string garland.

Here you can see how it looks on a gift package. It is a lovely touch not take long and it looks beautiful!

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