ROSE is a wildly cultivated, usually prickly-stemmed, pinnate-leaved flower. It belongs to the Rosa family and is a type of shrub. It is found in almost every beautiful color except for green.
Roses grow in every season. And with plenty of sunshine and good growing conditions, roses can add elegance to any landscape. It is also known as the"Queen of the flowers".
- Ring size 6
- White and red stocking net
- Floral tape
- Nylon thread
- Stem wire
- Napkin/ tissue paper
- All purpose school glue/ glue stick
- Cut the napkin in half and then fold it to form the bud of the rose. Apply glue on the napkin, place the stem wire over it, at one end and roll. Keep shaping the bud while wrapping. Stick the end when your finished. See the picture below:
- Now wrap the white/ red stocking net over the bud 2 or 3 times.
- Follow the instructions for making petals and assembling the flower in the post Basic Nylon Flower
- Thread a petal to the bud and shape it; as shown below:
- Now thread all the remaining petals; in the order 3-4-4. (i.e 3 petals gathered around the bud closely, next 4 petals a little opened and then the last 4 petals completing and forming the rose). Wrap floral tape around the wires.
- Shape the petals to give the rose a final touch.
- Now join the leaves (roses are incomplete without leaves) and place them in your vase.