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How To Make An Unusual Peacock From Beautiful Flowers

Posted on August 11 2017

Charity here from Scrapping Chaos to show you how to make an unusual peacock using beautiful flower petals. Petaloo by Floracraft sent the Rinea Design Team 50pc packets of  Floradoodles in cool tones. These flowers contrast delightfully with the Glossy Copper Foiled Paper from Rinea. Follow the steps below to make your own 

~ Flower Petal Peacock ~
Rinea Foiled Paper

Supplies:
Glossy Copper Foiled Paper, cut to fit 7 x 11 Frame.
Foiled Paper in Contrasting color for Head and Neck
Decorative Corner Punch for edge of Peacock Body
An assortment of Floradoodles in cool tones, cut into individual petals.


Draw or Print peacock silhouette. Trace onto foiled paper.
 Add petals to the peacock silhouette starting at the tip of the tail and working upward.

 
Trace the head and body of the Peacock Silhouette onto a contrasting color of Rinea foiled paper from the Jewels Variety Pack.

 
Carefully cut out the shape. The curve of paper from the peacock's neck makes an excellent wing shape. Use corner punch for the lower edge of the body.

 
Glue the body over the tail feathers, adjusting and filling in petals as necessary. Place the short petals on the head for a top knot. Then put the Flower Petal Peacock in the frame. Add layers of cardboard till foiled paper fits snugly without a wrinkle.

Rinea Foiled Paper

If you use this idea, please post your project on the Rinea Facebook page. We would all love to admire it!!!

Scrap On! 
~charity~

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