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Great Adventure Paper Flowers

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I just finished wrapping Christmas presents and had some extra tissue paper that was calling my name.  I decided I would give it a shot making the famous Great Adventure paper flowers that they sold at the entrance in the 70s and 80s.  

 

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For a first attempt, I don’t think it turned out too awful. 

 

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Nice job. It came out great. Did you find instructions online or did you figure it out?

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3 hours ago, scott said:

Nice job. It came out great. Did you find instructions online or did you figure it out?

 

Thanks!

 

When we had the old Paper Flowers sign at the Great Adventure History Museum, my friend that I was working with from the park made a couple for the display and showed me how to make them (although I never did it myself).  I followed her instructions last night and just found a video that also demonstrates how to make them.

 

 

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It looks neat with the different types of tissue paper.

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