DIY: Paper Rosettes
Spruce up your ceiling with these easy-to-make beauties
When decorating the home, you may choose to leave the ceiling bare and empty or you can liven it up to achieve a festive look. Consider having Christmas lights, colorful buntings or banderitas, and even colorful paper lanterns.
If you already have a copy of our October issue, we're sure that you've seen the paper rosette added in the daughter's bedroom of the Pescheux Home. Create a similar piece with the help of this fun project!
- 8 20" x 30" sheets of Japanese paper per flower
- Floral wire (available at craft shops)
- Layer eight sheets of Japanese paper together
- Make an accordion with 1 1/2-inch folds, starting from the bottom working towards the top
- Place floral wire at the center of the Japanese paper and twist to hold in place
- Use scissors to cut the edges
- Carefully separate the layers of Japanese paper, pulling each one away from the center
- Fluff the layers to create volume.
See more photos of the Pescheux Home and other lovely spaces in the October issue of Real Living Magazine! Download your digital copy of Real Living on the Real Living App. Log on to summitnewsstand.com.ph/real-living for more details.
Photo by Dairy Darilag.
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