Spring rosettes for hanging
Make spring rosettes for hanging from card and paper. Tie the rosettes in the middle with a piece of cord and assemble them with double-sided power tape. Print the template and cut out the adorable designs from card. Assemble all the different decorative parts with Multi Glue and then attach the finished design onto the rosettes.
How to do it
When making rosettes, the length of the card or the paper should be approx. twice as long as wide. The width of the card or paper determines the diameter of the finished rosette. Use a piece of A4 card or paper for the large rosettes and add 10 cm to the length. Cut and attach the additional 10 cm piece of paper or card onto the A4 sheet with double-sided power tape.
Fold the sheet in a concertina fashion lengthwise. Tie a piece of cord around the folded piece of paper precisely in the middle and leave quite a bit of cord for hanging. Cut off the other end of the cord.
Assemble the sides of the rosette using double-sided power tape. Place the cord for hanging underneath the tape and assemble the two sides.
Attach double-sided power tape onto the other half of the rosette.
Assemble the rosette as described previously.
Print and cut out the designs using the template. The large rabbit fits the large rosette (A4 + 10 cm); i.e. 21 x 39.5 cm.
Cut out all the parts for the rabbit and glue them together.
Attach the rabbit onto the rosette using Multi Glue.
Cut out the various designs and assemble them with Multi Glue. The flower fits the large and/or the small rosette (A4 + 10 cm), i.e. 21 x 39.5 cm and 15 x 29.5 cm. The chicken fits the 15 x 29.5 cm size rosette. The small rabbit fits the 15 x 29.5 cm size rosette. The bird fits the 15 x 29.5 cm size rosette.
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Print the template here.