ABC TV | How To Make Hollyhock Paper Flower From Crepe Paper - Craft Tutorial

submitted by reymondo777 on 05/24/19 1

Hollyhock flower (Althaea rosea ) of the Malvaceae family, originated in Central Europe and China. As a symbol, hollyhock flowers generally represent abundance and fertility. These blossoms are often given to new or soon-to-be mothers - generally to wish her luck in bearing a child, or to welcome the birth itself. They are also sometimes presented to newly married couples to wish them a large and happy family. In the East, hollyhock is very suitable for people who feel lonely, lonely, alienated and unable to feel warmth and friendship. Flowers help people feel unsettled, fear, lack of trust caused by the uncertainty that has occurred in the new stage into life, flower also represents the greatest happiness or success. 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 and light green floral tape - Scissors, white glue, floral wire, hot glue gun. - Oil pastel. I can't know exactly what information about this flower in your country, can you help me add more information in the link below, thank you very much: www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UC8MGdsdoHtenMqtxXALT1yw

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