I'm back and blogging again! As you may already noticed my website has changed a little bit. It's all due to my crush for blogging. I decided to concentrate more on it and keep only a tiny shop with few jewelry items (one of a kind mostly). I hope you'll like it and have fun exploring! :)
Today I'm sharing a way how to recycle old books to pretty paper flowers! You're gonna need a book, watercolors, a stapler and scissors. First of all take 4 pages from a book and paint one side red of each page. When the pages are dry put them together and cut in half. Put one half over the other and then cut out a circle. Staple the center of the circle and cut the sides a little bit. Take the first layer and fold it up. Repeat the step to all the layers. When you're done, simply expand all the layers and you will get a pretty flower. Add a few leafs and that's it. You can decorate anything with these cute little paper flowers. Enjoy!
A tip: paint the upper layers with lighter color and the bottom layers with the brightest you have. You'll get a more beautiful and realistic look.