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The folding method of paper rose by hand
2019-11-26 11:40
Crumpled paper surface wrinkles, good toughness long as hand kneading the same paper, used for origami is good, general flower shop and stationery shop have sold a special paper, suitable for manual origami and package flowers.
 
The characteristics of crumpled paper
(1) bright colors and clear lines
(2) with certain water resistance, good paper performance

 
The folding method of paper rose by hand
Tools/materials
(1) crumpled paper (beige, red, pink, white, green)
Wire 22#, 24#, 26#, 32#
Double sided adhesive tape, tape  
 
Methods/steps
Make flower bud: each flower bud needs 3 petals. First, take 22# iron wire and affix double-sided adhesive tape to the top.                                                                           
2. Flower bracts: the branches should be trimmed and wrapped with cotton paper, but the base should be thicker. Finally, the calyx tip should be scraped and rolled in, and then pasted well and rolled with cloth.Big flower method: take                                                                                                                                                                         
 3. petals from the flower bud and wrap them in a fan shape, tie them at the base with 32# iron wire, and then tie them again at three angles. Finally, the remaining 6 petals are arranged in a series around the outer circle, making it a flower.3. Leaf making: first tie each leaf, then place the large leaf in the middle, and then roll up 4 small leaves, as shown in the picture, into a group.                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
4. Leaf and bud combination: roll the combined leaves in groups over the finished flower.