Did you know that wearing a red poppy has been a proud military tradition for almost a century? In fact, the red poppy has symbolized the sacrifices of veterans since the early 1900s. Show your support for our veterans by taking some time to create your own Remembrance Poppy Wreath!
- Take your red cupcake liners, and fold them inside out. Each poppy will need 2 different petal shapes. Cut out a large petal, about half the size of the liner. (Note: You can save time by cutting multiple liners at once.) Repeat, making a smaller petal that is the size of the base of the liner.
- To create the poppy, pick up one small petal, and pinch it in the center to add texture. Do the same with a large petal, and attach it to the back of the small petal with glue.
- Attach a black pom-pom to the poppy center. Using a green cupcake liner, cut out a petal shape. Pinch the end, and attach to the bottom of your poppy with glue. Then glue the poppy to the wreath.
- Repeat with additional flowers and petals around the outside of your wreath until it is full, and let the wreath dry completely before hanging.
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