What you'll need: a tall jar (I used salsa), some green material & green napkins, 2 sheets of pink decorative paper, and 1 bristle board.

 

Tools ~ scissors, pen, ruler and craft glue.

Tulip

Treat Stand

The pedestal: Use a pizza pan/or anything else (like a laundry basket), that you can use to outline a large circle and draw a mark on your bristle board. Do the same for your pink paper. Glue 1 sheet to each side of your bristle board circle. Measure a line half way down your circle and cut. Create a cone with cut ends and glue together. 

 

The petals: Cut slits about 4" down & 4" across. Make sure you leave yourself a wide enough base (uncut) to hold all of your treat bags. I found that cutting out the bottom of my cone helped make it balance better on the jar. You can always glue your flower cone to your jar, as well, if you find that it's not balancing.

 

Place tulip base in a basket or stand (tissue box would work well). In this example I used a brown wicker basket with brown paper stuffing (easy to find at any craft store). 

The stem:  Measure length & width by lining up the top of your jar w/ the top of your material. Mark with a pen and cut. Apply a thin layer of craft glue on the back of your material (not too thick or the glue will seep out of the sides). 

April 15th, 2016

For the pink popcorn click here.

If you'd like any additional information or if there's something I might have forgotten to mention, please feel free to comment or message me.

The leaves: Draw & cut a circle in the center of 2 green napkins. Apply a thin layer of glue to the inside of the circle and paste to your stem. Stagger both pieces and open (to fluff out leaves)

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