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I tried to have a nice flower bed at one point. It didn’t go well.
I planted lots of seed and the only flowers that grew were some cosmos. The flowers were pretty but they looked like giant weeds from the street.
I’ve never had a green thumb. Well, I take that back. I can get things to grow but I can never seem to have my plants grow in a way that looks nice.
My plants don’t die, they just look sad. And that is almost worse because you feel bad throwing them away because they’re still alive. But they don’t look good enough to keep.
Make the paper cosmos as a filler flower in a bouquet or for any other use you can think of. These cosmos go really well with my peony template.
Handcutting instructions: Cut a strip that is .25″x10.5″ or 7mm x 26.5 cm. Next cut a fringe with the slits about 1mm to 2mm apart.
- Silhouette, Cricut, or Scissors
- 18 gauge green paper covered floral wire
- Metallic text-weight paper
- I use the colors rose quartz, fairway, and gold
- High temp hot glue gun
- Wire cutters
- Archival ink color Potting Soil
- Mat and Shaping tools
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