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Flower names are not always easy to say. Try saying any of these names:
If you can say any of them you’re waaaay ahead of me!
In the video, there is some text saying, “Sorry I pronounced dahlia wrong.” Well, the whole time I was filming the video, I thought I was saying it right. After I’d filmed and edited most of the video, I thought to myself, “Maybe I should check to make sure I’m pronouncing dahlia right… It would be really embarrassing if I said it wrong the whole time.”
So I YouTubed it. Well, the first and only video I watched was saying “dahlia” way differently than how I was saying it.
I’m going to be honest with you, I’m a pretty lazy person. I didn’t want to film and edit the video all over again. Not even a little bit. That is why I put that text. Would you want to film the whole thing again?
I found out later that there’s a British and an American way of saying dahlia. The YouTube video was saying it the British way. I’m American. So for America, I was saying it right!
So while you’re creating this small paper dahlia, think about who you think is saying dahlia right? Britain or America?
Resize file to 11.821 wide by 11.603 tall.
How would you like a free poppy template?
- Silhouette, Cricut, or Scissors
- 18 gauge paper covered floral wire
- 3 in 1 Jewelry pliers
- Metallic text-weight paper– I use the color quarts
- You can use card-stock instead of metallic paper
- Ultra-low temp hot glue gun
- Floral Tape
- Mat and shaping tools
- Ink Daubers
- Paintbrush- one small and one large
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