I never thought there'd be a recipient happy to receive a ruined rose. The petals could stand be a bit more raggedy (- but this paper can become flaccid and fatigued from overhandling!) Still on the checklist: cankers, thorns, and more blight.
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LISIANTHUS PETAL ASSEMBLY. Super easy ... dab the *tiniest* bit of glue to the base of your petals. (Don't get crazy with the glue, it will make the petals go soggy and flop away from the center of the flower. Overlap the 10 or so petals deeply - each succeeding petal covering 3/4 of the one before it. If you are a stickler for realism, the petals are arranged clockwise around the center.