Create this pretty pomander using flower-shaped cuttings and a
FLORAL INSPIRATION FOR THE
Fold a piece of ribbon in half lengthways and stick the ends to
the ball so it forms a handle.
Cut flower shapes from the paper using a petal-shape cutter.
Layer the flowers in pairs and glue together. Once dry, place a pin
through the middle of each and stick into the Styrofoam ball. Pull
the petals up slightly so that they don't look flat. Make sure the
flowers are close together so the ball isn't visible.
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Paper, £2.40 per sheet, paperchase.co.uk.Ribbon, from £1.50
per metre, vvroleaux.com.Pins, £2.55 for 114,
essentialscompany.co.uk.Petal cutter, £4.25
thehobbyhouse.co.uk.Styrofoam ball, from £1.99,
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