As the wedding moves ever closer, I start to think it’s time to implement all the plans I had in my head way back when.
One of these many projects are some rose petal cones made from doilies. The doilies were purchased a-g-e-s ago, for the whopping huge price of $2 per packet of 20.
Instructions are remarkably simple: you can either just roll the doily into a cone and stick it in place with tape, glue, or a cute sticker, or cut the doilies into thirds and roll those up, sealing them the same way.
For speed, I’d be marking up one of the doilies, and then cutting a bunch of them at once with a craft knife.
And the end result may be something as beautiful as this:
image from Martha Stewart.
Now I just have to check whether I’m allowed to scatter rose petals in the streets of Melbourne…