Paper Roses for operation SMILE
Sunday evening at The Grange saw 3 generations making tissue paper roses to give away at the Ceridian sales and management kick-off meeting in Macclesfield later this week #CeridianKO14. They aren’t difficult to make – you need 6 squares of tissue paper (about 4 in square) folded up like a fan, or concertina. Wind a pipecleaner (green is good) around the middle, shape the 2 ends of the tissue paper and then open out the fan and seperate the layers. There are lots of You Tube videos to show you how.