Beautiful Paper Rosettes | DIY Paper Craft Tutorial | Country Hill Cottage

Beautiful Paper Rosettes | DIY Paper Craft Tutorial | Country Hill Cottage


Today, we’ll craft gorgeous paper rosettes! They are stunning as décor for parties and
weddings, or as wall ornaments, and add pretty accents to gift packaging. This technique is ideal for softer papers
such as wrapping paper, lightweight cardstock, or decorative paper. You can create the rosettes in different sizes,
using uni-coloured or patterned paper. Please subscribe for more tutorials, and turn
on notifications so you don’t miss our latest videos. Trim a sheet of light-weight cardstock or
gift wrap to a rectangle strip, the length being approximately 3 times the width. You need two strips for larger rosettes, and
one strip for small rosettes. Using a pencil, mark 1, 2 or 3 centimetre
– this is 0.4, 0.8 or 1.2 inches – increments along the length of both paper strips. Fold the strips lengthwise using the marks
as a guide. Aim for sharp creases to achieve the best
look. Punch holes close to the bottom of each fold. If you want to customise the edge of the rosette,
cut the side opposite to the holes into pointed or rounded shapes. Glue both paper strips together with tape. Then thread twine or ribbon of through the
holes. Fasten and secure the twine forming a circle. Connect the ends of the rosette. Apply hot glue to a small carton circle and
attach the middle of the ornament, which helps to keep the rosette flat and in shape. If preferred, cover the centre of the rosette
with a paper circle cutout or ornament. You can also glue differently sized rosettes
on top of each other to create beautiful layered effects. Use double-sided tape on the back of the rosette
to hang it, or punch a hole into the tip of the rosette to hang with ribbon. Many thanks for watching! Click on our logo to subscribe for more and
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