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Flower bomb
I really liked <a href="http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/origami_kusadama_flowers">this project</a> and when i was looking through the comments, someone said that if you glued loads together you would get a flower bomb! I googled it, and found a website with a very vague explanation, so i trial and errored, and ended up with this cool flower bomb!

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  • How to make an origami flower. Kusudama Flower Bomb - Step 1
    Step 1

    Make twelve flowers following the instructions on the project in the description.

  • How to make an origami flower. Kusudama Flower Bomb - Step 2
    Step 2

    Take your first flower and put glue along two of the petals.

  • How to make an origami flower. Kusudama Flower Bomb - Step 3
    Step 3

    line these petals up with the petals of another flower and carefully press together.

  • How to make an origami flower. Kusudama Flower Bomb - Step 4
    Step 4

    Take the next flower and put glue along three of the petals.

  • How to make an origami flower. Kusudama Flower Bomb - Step 5
    Step 5

    Glue this onto the two joined flowers you already have, gluing the two outer petals to the petals on the first two flowers, and the middle petal to the join of the first two flowers. (i hope that makes sense! Look at the picture to see what i mean)

  • How to make an origami flower. Kusudama Flower Bomb - Step 6
    Step 6

    Keep adding flowers!

  • How to make an origami flower. Kusudama Flower Bomb - Step 7
    Step 7

    Here is the last flower going in.

  • How to make an origami flower. Kusudama Flower Bomb - Step 8
    Step 8

    Voila! A beautiful flower bomb.

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wool
wool
technically its called a pommander
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Danielle G.
Danielle G. · Ottawa, Ontario, CA
beautiful!
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elisa m.
elisa m. · 15 projects
Once someone gave one of those in school,thanks for the tutorial,and the good memories!!!
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elisa m.
elisa m. · 15 projects
Once someone gave one of those in school,thanks for the tutorial,and the good memories!!!
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Jet H.
Jet H. · Haarlem, North Holland, NL · 108 projects
awesome!!!!wooow i like this a lot, thanks for sharing and the tute.!;-D
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Alice
Alice · Poland, Ohio, US
oh it's great ;)
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pink vampire ninja p.
pink vampire ninja p. · 2 projects
i made it it looks amazing...
actually looks better in real life
REALLY PRETTY
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leeli s.
leeli s. · 1 project
good looking
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Angeliiii
Angeliiii · 14 projects
Thanks for all the favourites guys!
you can find the flower shapes here http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/origami_kusadama_flowers
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june S.
june S. · Ipswich, England, GB
this a great project but can you tell me how you do the initial flower shape
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