Tissue Paper Flowers

This is a decoration I made for a Valentine's Day party this year. The vase is made from a drinkable yogurt container. I hot glued on a red ribbon around the middle and hot glued on a bow. I painted the top to give it a little more color.

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The flowers are made from 3 squares of tissue paper cut in the shape of hearts. Then put a green pipe cleaner through the bottom of the hearts and fan out the tissue paper so they look like petals of a flower. I bent the top of the pipe cleaner so the tissue paper wouldn't slip off the top. Then I put a piece of tape underneath the petals. You can put a little rock in the vase to weigh it down so it doesn't tip over on your table.

By luv2craft from Normalville, Pennsylvania

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February 14, 20060 found this helpful

How cute and yet simple....love that you recycled the container!

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February 14, 20060 found this helpful

That is really cute! I'll have to do that!

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February 15, 20060 found this helpful

Great job! The more uses we find for items, the better off our landfills will be! You are very clever!

Thank you!

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February 15, 20060 found this helpful

OH YOU ARE GOOD !

THIS IS SO CUTE........

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February 25, 20060 found this helpful

This is a great idea for other holidays and celebrations as well. I have a home daycare and this will be a really cute idea for St. Patrick's day!! Good job!!

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March 9, 20060 found this helpful

I did something similar for easter for all the aunts and grandmas. I used the big container from flavored coffee creamer. I took off the label washed and dried it. I did not use the lid. I had left over colored tissue paper that I pulled into pieces and used white school glue mixed with water and appied with a brush to the entire surface. Resembling stained glass. Then I filled it with fresh flowers from our garden. My children did this project with me. They loved it. So did the grandma's and aunts.

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