These would make pretty Easter corsages, or look nice as kiddie bows, or attached to an Easter basket.
OK--I tried the flowers from a few posts back. Again, it's not MY original idea, but I'm showing you how I did it.
I cut 7 roughly circle-shaped pieces. The largest was about 5 inches in diameter, and the smallest about an inch.
I practiced the burning part on some scraps first. I found that the 'sweet spot' is about an inch and a half above the flame. Hint--to get the flowers to curl in the same direction, hold the flower in one direction and turn it like a clock. Don't flip it over and burn different sides, unless you want it to curl in opposite directions.
Here's mine. I stuck it on my hand so you'd get an idea of the scale. I think I'll sew a brooch pin on the back so I can stick it on a purse, a dress, or thread a bobby pin through the pin and put it in my hair.