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Valentine's Tissue Rosette "Wreath"

Thanks to Pinterest, I was inspired by this gorgeous Tissue Rosette Kissing Ball and thought "I so have to do that!!"  And I've said that about a thousand times over!!  I've made fabric rosettes before, but loved using the tissue paper as it was easier to handle.  The rosettes were time consuming to make; I cut long strips of tissue and with my hot glue gun, my new best friend, I glued away and burned myself a couple of times--- and OH MY WORD--that hurts!  I love that every time I made a rosette it always turned out a little bit different.  The technique is basically turn, twist, turn, twist, glue.. and repeat.  I found that checking YouTube for tutorials was a lot easier than trying to follow someone through step-by-step pictures.  
As my title explains, I didn't make a kissing ball, but instead chose to make a Valentine's "Wreath."  I put "Wreath" in quotation marks as I actually used a cheap-o frame as my base, instead of your typical store bought foam or straw wreath.


Supplies:
Cheap-o frame ( Mine was a clearance frame that was already painted.  I just left it be and glued the rosettes on top).
Glue Gun
1 roll of Tissue (party streamers)
stickers
tissue paper circles
tulle

So find yourself a video tutorial and be on your way!  Once I glued my rosettes on the frame, I used the tissue paper circles (but any scraps will do) to fill in the tiny gaps.  Finally, I used tulle to hang it onto the door.  I just LOVE it!

And on a side-note, I am glad I used a frame base, as once Valentine's is over... I can actually use it as a frame!

Will you be crafting this Valentines holiday?

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8 comments on "Valentine's Tissue Rosette "Wreath""
  1. SOO cute!! I love the colors! It would look great on my door:)

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  2. BEAUTIFUL!!!!!! Would LOVE to have one just like that!! (hint...hint) :-) xoxoxo

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  3. Great job! Festive, fun! Thanks for sharing at Shine on Fridays!

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  4. Careful with that glue gun, Girl! But it does look smashing :)

    Visiting from DIY Home Sweet Home linky party and thanks for sharing :D
    ~Suzanne in NW Illinois

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  5. Super cute! After burning yourself with the glue gun a thousand times you get used to it. haha! Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

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  6. I've been inspired by all the rosettes on pinterest as well and was contemplating a kissing ball. I love your take on it though as a sign. I'm your newest follower.

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  7. This is adorable-I'm your newest follower-stop by for a visit!!

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  8. Sooooo pretty! Thank you so much for linking up this project to my Valentine Link Party! I appreciate you doing that!

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