{ True/False Orange Trees }

February 20, 2014 § 1 Comment

Prepping for True/False. Did this at least 200 times.

{ How to make flower petals out of paper for the coolest film festival in the Midwest }

  1. Cut a circle. One sheet of posterboard = 30 circles.
  2. Fold the circle into eighths and snip out a petal shape.
  3. Unfold! Ta-Da! The Glory!
  4. Snip two petals from the blossom.
  5. Fold one petal over another and glue into place.
  6. Pinch the tips to achieve dimensionality. Repeat steps 1-6 a million times.
  7. Meanwhile, make a bunch of oranges with water balloons, Plaster of Paris and lots of orange paint.
  8. Attach oranges, flowers and cloth leaves using twine and lots of hot glue. You’ll figure out how.

True team effort + brainchild of Gabrielle Parish, goddess of True/False art.


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