Pipe cleaners are super versatile. You can make (almost) anything with them, including these flowers.
By: Andrea Mulder-Slater
What You Need:
What You Do:
Twist three pipe cleaners together at the ends so you have one long pipe cleaner.
Bend and fasten the pipe cleaner into loops, like a flower.
Take another pipe cleaner, wind it around the centre of the “flower,” poke it through a button or bead, and leave loose ends at the back.
Attach another pipe cleaner to the open ends to create a stem. Leaves are optional.
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