These paper flowers won't wilt on the big day, and add an air of
rustic charm to your tables.
Cut a circle out of paper roughly 9cm in diameter (2). Draw a
spiral (2). Cut around the spiral (3), then pinch the middle. Using
your other hand, create a flower-shaped cone. Place in a small
flower pot spray painted to match your colour palette.
FABULOUS DIY IDEAS YOU WILL
Flower pots, £3.60 for 10, www.rainbowfloristsupplies.co.uk. Scissors,
£8,www.johnlewis.com. Brown Kraft paper and spray
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