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Tattered Paper Flower Easter Basket

At a Glance:

#3664 Skill Level: Beginner Time:
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This project features these great brands:

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supplies

FolkArt ® Extreme Glitter™ - Hologram, 5 oz.

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $7.49
Item available exclusively at Walmart
instructions

Other Supplies

5 or 6 different prints of scrapbook paper, Foam paintbrush, Wax paper, Large rhinestone (one for each flower), Hot glue gun, Ribbon, Easter Basket

Instructions

  1. Tear the papers into random circle shapes in various sizes. The largest should be around 3 inches and the smallest about 1.5 inches. The idea is to tear an organic shape, don’t worry about creating perfect circles. You will need about 5 or 6 circles per flower.
  2. Place the circles print side up on the wax paper. Coat each circle with 2 layers of Hologram Extreme Glitter. Let dry between coats.
  3. Once dry, hot glue the circles in a graduated layer fashion. Hot glue a gem to the center of each flower.
  4. Add ribbon embellishment to the Easter basket with hot glue. Hot glue the flowers across the center front of the basket.

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