ABC TV | How To Make Plumeria Obtusa Paper Flowers From Crepe Paper - Craft Tutorial

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Plumeria, commonly known as frangipani, is one of the sweetest and most pleasant flowers. It's the national flower of countries 'Laos and 'Nicaragua'. The plumeria flower has a special significance in the Hawaiian culture, as it symbolizes everything that is positive. It is used for making leis and jewelry in Hawaii. Interestingly, plumeria flowers also have a significance in the Hindu culture. Dedication and devotion are the qualities represented by this flower. In some parts of South India, garlands of plumeria flowers are used in weddings. Sometimes, the flowers are also worn in the bride's hair. In the Chinese culture, plumeria is considered more special than orchids and is associated with love. A lover usually gives this flower to his beloved to express his feelings. These flowers primarily symbolize beauty, charm, and grace. Plumeria flowers symbolize natural beauty. Secondly, they represent spring, new life, new beginning, or birth. Give the love of your life plumeria to make a lasting impression. SUBSCRIBE for ABC TV Videos: www.youtube.com/c/ABCTVCraftTutorial?sub_confirmation=1 All "ABC TV" Videos: www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcMqdjxWoOlLhsTyc_Rfy4tAzoQt4Pdga Follow me with hashtags: #abctvcraft #paperflower Material for Flower Making: - Crepe paper made in Italy - Dark green and white floral tape - Scissors, clear glue, wire for flowers - Clear PVC tube - Holi color powder or master pastel (yellow color) I can't know exactly what information about this flower in your country, can you help me more information in the link below, thank you very much: www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UC8MGdsdoHtenMqtxXALT1yw

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