Aster flower From Tubules

28/05/2015, 11:36

Cocktail tubules can serve as excellent material for hand-made articles. It is possible to make, for example, summer flowers such as asters.

You will need:

  1. Tubules

  2. Glue

  3. Carton

  4. Wooden skewer

  5. Scissors

 

Step 1. Cut tubules into 4 cm parts.

Step 2. Make a small, round carton workpiece with a 3 cm of diameter.

Step 3. CCover it with glue and place the first row of tubules to serve as lobes for the aster. Then stick the second and third layers down. 

Step 4. On the reverse side of the flower make a small hole in a carton with scissors. Glue a skewer and thrust it into core .

The aster is ready!

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