I noticed that many of you have wondered how the Lettering Delights' Threaded Rosettes look like when cut out and assembled, so I thought I would make a couple to show you how the finished rosettes should look like.
From the picture above, the red and pink flowers are from yesterday's Freebie. You can grab it from here. I realized that if the thread holes were large enough, it is better to use twine rather than a thin thread to thread through the rosette. I used regular twine to pull the folds together for the blue layer as shown in the picture below:
I adhered the two layers together with hot glue.
These flowers do take some time to put together. One has to be pretty patient when making them, especially when each layer has so many folds. I think that the efforts are well worth it though cos' I just LOVE the flowers I made.
To get your freebie rosette, click here.