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What supplies do you need to make tissue paper flowers?

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In addition to tissue paper and scissors, the supplies needed to make tissue paper flowers depends upon the specific style of flower. For instance, Martha Stewart's tissue paper dahlias require only 24-gauge white, cloth-covered floral wire.

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What supplies do you need to make tissue paper flowers?
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The flowers at the Nick Jr. website begin with sheets of tissue paper folded as fans. The instructions also call for green pipe cleaners. Green florist tape, pinking shears and colored markers are optional.

Party City's site shows how to make tissue paper flowers that resemble daisies and carnations. The other materials needed include bright green curling ribbon, bamboo skewers for stems, green shredded paper and a vase. Individuals use floral foam to secure the position of the flowers, if desired.

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