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Social Media. Step 4: Attach Petals Now lets start creating a flower from these random pieces of paper! Lay the circle base down with the center circle up.
The center circle is your guide which you'll use to lay the petals around. Start with the biggest petals.
Attach one large petal to the base using glue or tape, or a combination of both. On the first layer I like to put down a strip of glue on the base, then reinforce by tapping down the petal. You won't see the tape as more petals are going on top.
You can also use a glue gun. When you place the first petal remember to hug the center circle guide. Place the second petal opposite the first, also hugging the center circle. Then fill in either side with the two remaining petals.
Move onto the medium petals. I use an off white cardstock, the thicker the better, the max thickness of what your printer can handle. Once you print all 4, cut each template petal out. You will be using these as a tracing guide. Lay one template petal on your color choice of 8. I like to save time, because we all have busy lives, so I without tracing lay the template over 3 sheets of paper and cut around template with my scissors and cut 3 sheets at once.
Next you will have to curl your petal, this gives it the realistic look! I use a Crayola thick marker for my large petals and a smooth pen for my other petals. Curl each tip of the petal. Then you will need to fold the bottom tab where the glue is going to be applied.