Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Cherry Blossom Branches
When I moved to Washington in April I saw my first cherry blossom tree. I had always thought they were pretty but now I want them to be annuals! But since they aren't I decided to make some.
The first step is going out in your neighborhood and collecting branches.
Take all your supplies: paper, scissors, glue, glue gun, pencil.
Cut out your paper cherry blossoms.
Then glue the white bit to the pink bit.
The last step is gluing the flowers to the branch. And there you have cherry blossom branches that last through the winter.