Step #2: Cut petal to shapePrevNext
Cut the petal to shape by trimming the sides and rounding off the end. Repeat this process for a total of ten petals. You will want to make a variety of sizes. In a real rose, the inner petals are smaller than the outer petals. Copying that structure helps you to get the shape right.
Step #3: Color in the cut edgesPrevNext
If you don’t want the white adhesive to show, use the marker to color in the cut edges. This is easiest to do before the rose is assembled.
Step #4: Form the innermost petalsPrevNext
Take the smallest petal and roll it loosely into a tube. It should flare out at the top a little.