I hope you are all doing well and having a safe day!
Wow! we are already in July. Just know that :
~~ Every new month is like a fresh piece of paper and only YOU decide what will be written on it.~~
So wishing you a happy new month!!
Today’s post is a fun DIY. I saw it on Stephaniablog ‘s YouTube channel, and I decided to give it a go. I tried to make it as simple as possible and included a lot of pictures just to show you every single step. It is easy. I did it with my sisters so it was much more fun.
When my friend came over, I offered her a flower. She was very happy when she found out the chocolate inside!! 😉 It also added a summery touch to my room.
If you are ready, let’s start!
You will need:
- Crepe Paper ( I used the green, brown and yellow; but you can use whatever color you want).
- Chocolate balls (like Maltesers) or lollipops.
- Wooden stick skewers.
1- Cut your brown Crepe paper into rectangular shapes. Since I am making 5 flowers, I will cut 5 ones.
2- Put your chocolate/ lollipop in the middle, and wrap it with the pieces you just cut.
… You will get 5 mini balls.
3- Fold your yellow crepe paper, for about 3 times, then cut it.
4- Now you are left with a long piece. The next step is to cut this piece into 5 equal pieces.
5- For each piece:
- Open it, completely.
- Re-fold it, but this time you have to fold it many times; you have to get more folds. ~~I folded mine 4 time in step 3 but 6 times in this step.~~
- Cut the top in triangles.
6- Open your yellow paper, then fold it in half.
7- Put the brown ball (chocolate) in the middle.
8- And with a sellotape, stick them together.
9- Cut your green paper into 5 equal long pieces.
10- Wrap your wooden stick skewer with it.
11- Lastly, and with a sellotape, assemble all the parts ( the top of the flower and the wooden stick skewer) by sticking them together.
12- For the final touch: with your fingers, twist the flower leaves to give them a realistic look.
Here you have it. I really hope you guys enjoyed this post. If you did please hit that like botton.
Now it is your turn: What is the best DIY you’ve ever made?
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xoxo ❤ ❤