2 edition of petal from the rose found in the catalog.
petal from the rose
Kekobad Ardeshir Marker
Errata slip in each v. inserted.
|Statement||Kekobad Ardeshir Marker.|
|LC Classifications||HC440.5.M35 A3 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||85932155|
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Then place the 4-petal rose into the center of the 5-petal rose and so on until you reach the final 1 petal rose layer. The end result forms a rose shape. To attach the layers, place the glue around the base of the rose. Then press the layer of petals onto the base to help it stick together. When drying rose petals in a book, place on a tissue and cover with another before closing your book. This will help dry them out as excess moisture will be drawn out by the tissue. Place the book under something heavy like under a mattress to help speed up the process.
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The novel details lives of two very opposite Victorian women, Agnes and Sugar, and the linchpin on whom they revolve: William. Rose Images. Make something awesome. Cut out petal shapes from the book pages.
Make some slightly larger and some smaller for the insides of the rose. Save. Step 3. Curl the top edges of the petal back. Save. Step 4. Fold the petal in half lengthwise. The curled edges will be on the outside of the fold. Allow the Book to Sit for Weeks Lay the book flat and allow the petals to dry in the pages for two to three weeks.
If you’d like to give your petals a flattened look, place a heavy object on top of the book to compress the petals while they dry.
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Put the petals in a bucket and pour over 4 pints/2 litres boiling hot water. Add a Campden tablet and leave to infuse for