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These DIY crêpe-paper flowers are gorgeous and will guarantee long-lasting.

TULIP: Use 6 petals, a fringe stamen and two elongated leaves. Shape petals to cup inward slightly, roll three of them at the widest point to curve strongly inward. Pleat base of each petal, pinch folds in place. Attach heavily cupped petals to stamen, add remaining petals, overlapping slightly. Attach leaves low on stem.

PEONY: Use 35 petals and a button stamen. Shape petals to cup inward slightly. Pleat base of each petal, pinch folds in place. Attach to stamen, positioning innermost petals low, with midpoints at stamen’s head, raise each subsequent ring of petals slightly. Curl tips of petals inward.

LILY: Use 5 petals, a pistil stamen, and an elongated leaf. Fold petals in half lengthwise, crease, then unfold. Shape petals to cup outward at widest point. Attach to stamen in an evenly spaced ring, leaving the pistils…

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