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Craft Ideas: TP Roll Flowers Notes | Study Drawing (Art & Craft) - Class 3

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Material Required

  • Toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls
  • Acrylic paint or tempera paint
  • Paint brush
  • White glue or glue gun
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Ruler
  • String (optional)
  • Button, brad, or scraps of craft foam, felt or fabric

Directions to be followed

  • Collect some toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls.
    Craft Ideas: TP Roll Flowers Notes | Study Drawing (Art & Craft) - Class 3
  • To create the flower's petals, you need to divide the TP roll into equal cross sections. A TP roll is typically around 4½" long—you can divide it into nine ½" sections. Mark out each ½"-wide section with a pencil.
    A paper towel roll, on the other hand, is typically about 11". You can divide it into twenty two ½" sections.
  • Carefully flatten the TP roll or paper towel roll.
    Craft Ideas: TP Roll Flowers Notes | Study Drawing (Art & Craft) - Class 3
  • With the width of the sections already marked, cut the flattened TP roll into equal sections. 
  • The resulting sections will be the flower's petals.
  • Priming the TP roll petals with white paint is recommended if you want to paint the petals with a light color like pink, yellow or light blue. If you're planning on red flowers or any other dark shade, you won't need to prime the petals.
    Paint the entire surface of each petal with white acrylic paint or tempera paint. Paint the inside of the petals as well.
  • Once you've painted all the petals white, set them aside to dry.
  • After the white paint dries, you can paint the petals with whatever color you want your flower to be. You can use either acrylic paint or tempera paint.
  • Paint all the petals and let them dry completely.
  • Once the paint dries, you can start gluing the petals together to form a flower.
    To start, take one petal. Apply white glue or hot glue on one side of the petal—anywhere from ⅓ to ½ of the entire side.
    Craft Ideas: TP Roll Flowers Notes | Study Drawing (Art & Craft) - Class 3
  • Take a second petal and glue it onto the first, aligning both petals at the sides and bottom. Press on the section with glue for several seconds to glue the two petals well.
  • After releasing the petals, you may notice they are somewhat flattened. To bring them back to their original shape, simply press on both ends of each petal.
  • Add the other petals one at a time—glue the third petal, the fourth, the fifth, and so forth. Your flower can have anywhere from five to as many as sixteen petals. It really depends on what you want your flower to look like.
    An important thing to remember when putting glue is to apply it on more or less the same section on each petal. If you applied it on the bottom ⅓ section on your first petal, then try to apply it on the bottom ⅓ section on all your petals. This ensures the flower will look symmetric.
  • Apply glue on the last petal. Glue the last petal to the first petal. Press on the section with glue for several seconds.
  • To make the petals look uniform and symmetric, you can adjust the shape of the petals. If a petal looks too wide or round, hold the petal and gently press inwards to make the shape a bit more narrow. If a petal looks too flat or squished, place your thumb and index finger inside the petal and gently push outwards. 
  • Find a small button, a brad, or a plastic gem to put at the center of the flower. You can also cut a circle from felt, craft foam or fabric.
    Glue the circle at the center of the flower. You can decorate just one side of the flower or glue another one on the flip side.
    Craft Ideas: TP Roll Flowers Notes | Study Drawing (Art & Craft) - Class 3
  • If you want to hang the flower as an ornament, cut a length of string and tie it around the tip of one petal.
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