If you do a quick Google or YouTube search, you will find countless ideas and instructions on how to make these. They are so simple and so pretty! You can layer them, trim the edges with scalloped scissors, add lace – be creative! Here are the steps I took:
8.5 x 11 sheet of paper
Fold in half, then again and as many times as you would like for the size of your rosette. A quartered sheet rosette will make about a 5.5″ diameter rosette.
Cut along fold lines.
Accordion fold each piece.
Glue each section together. Two sections with tight accordion folds will make a tight edged rosette. Use 3-4 sections for more of a fan edge.
Glue the ends together to make a circle.
Scrunch the top together and align all the folds. A flat surface helps keep the paper from buckling and flying out of your hand.
Slowly push the paper down making sure the center is tight and stays together. This is much easier when you have more rows or paper in your circle.
Press flat holding the center together.
Glue center of each side including a little around the center hole as well.
And that’s all! Embellish as you wish and add a string or ribbon to hang!
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HP Printer Paper, Multipurpose Ultra White, 20lb, 8.5 x 11, Letter, 96 Bright – 500 Sheets / 1 Ream (112000R) Made In The USA
Fiskars 8 Inch Softgrip Scissors Straight, Stainless Steel (01-004761J)
Elmer’s All Purpose School Glue Sticks, Clear, Washable, 4 Pack, 0.24-ounce sticks