1. First, cut the shapes of the petals out of crepe paper. If using a roll, it's easier to cut many at once as shown. Also, petal size will dictate how big your bloom is. With your fingers, shape the petals by pulling them upwards to curve them slightly.
2. Start gluing the petals in a spiral fashion onto a circle of white card stock, slightly overlapping each petal onto the previous one. Use double-sided tape for this and carry on building your flower. Do another layer of pink petals on top of the first; gluing them slightly more towards the centre.
3. Carry on as before, using slightly smaller petal sizes in a contrasting color. Use salmon pink, and make 2 extra layers. Now take a rectangle of the gold crepe paper about 2 inches wide and 12 inches long. Fold it in half width-ways.
4. Snip along the folded edge, half way down (about 1/2 inch cuts).Roll the gold paper on itself, and using a glue to secure as you roll. Fan out the top of the rolled paper. Now glue the rolled part to the center of each flower.
5. Bend the loop at 90-degree angle o you have a flattish surface in which to work with. Glue the wire to the back of each flower head. At this stage you can use a piece of green crepe paper or card to cover the glue - Simply thread it through the other end of the wire and secure in place. Vary your bloom sizes and gather stems together into a beautiful bouquet!