Thursday, May 5, 2011
Make Flowers Out of Used (and Unused) Dryer Sheets
Next, I cut a wooden skewer in half, wrapped it in green floral tape. Then I ripped off a strip of floral tape and wound it around the wire tail I was holding against the wrapped skewer. I thought it didn't turn out too badly. But as usual, it got me to thinking again. Why couldn't I take a fresh, unused dryer sheet and
accordion fold it into a "tissue" flower? Not only does it smell nice but it looks good, too.
If you're interested in how to make tissue paper roses or fluffy flowers, just do an Internet search using search words how to make folded tissue roses (flowers). Here's the video I used as instruction for the rose: http://www.ehow.com/video_4982729_steps-paper-rose.html