We have rolls and rolls of this paper lace (don’t ask) and I was playing
around with it the other day to see if it could be made into rosettes
(my present obsession). The answer is yes, and they’re not only quite
lovely, but they’re quick and easy to make.
I folded them back and forth where each circle meets, accordion-style,
glued the ends together then hot glued the center to hold them in place. I haven’t attached anything yet, but as the photos show, I did play
around with how they could be put together.
I experimented with the
super wide purple paper lace, which made HUMONGOUS rosettes (about the
size of your hand w/fingers spread wide), perfect to party-up a place. I
could see these hanging on the wall or from the ceiling, patio-area or
They’re big suckers with a fine line between pretty and gaudy. (I’m
always having to reel in the gaudy side of my taste, I get it from my
mother.) These are on the delicate side, so they would be perfect for
gift-wrapping, and with the paper lace used in place of ribbon, would
make for a very girlie package
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