How to Make Coke Can Rose – Valentines Day Gift

How to Make Coke Can Rose – Valentines Day Gift


100 thoughts on “How to Make Coke Can Rose – Valentines Day Gift

  1. I jokingly asked one of my best friends to a school dance and her response was "What and no flowers? Gosh Christine, get with it." so I made her that rose. She ended up being my "date" to the dance. 

  2. I'm a dislike. It is N-O-T NOT possible in my house. My mom cant cut metal and she doesn't want me to either.

  3. This cat has had some practice. The average joe or jane has no business handling razor edged metal and bending them in (this is a matter of opinion) lovely petal shapes. Seriously, I'd rather get a picture of a rose drawn in crayon than a metal shard rose. Should I cut my lovely nose upon smelling this rose, what would the reward be? Self administered plastic surgery? Needle and thread anyone? This was only interesting as a demonstration, please don't make your Mommies any tin can roses. Thank you and good day.

  4. Dude, can I say that you are a freaking genius! Who would ever think about this stuff? I love you're videos by the way!

  5. This is nice, I should make one for my mother, she's always sad on valentines because my dad hasn't given her anything since I was 4 and she would act as though my sister's roses are for her.

  6. Having watched many pp doing this in variations i much prefer yours as its quick and seems very simple. I am now going to try it for myself. thank you for showing this to me. 🙂

  7. baby it's beautiful I tried it and cut myself I cried a lot but it's will definitely work with a glove thank you so much my lovely friend

  8. Video went way to fast in the folding process. I like the way the stem and leaeve was added. Lots of practice drawing pattern was first problem I had and lots of practice needed 😀

  9. perfect as a gift for my Gf who is upset with me, I hope it works as an apology along with a apology letter and love letter

  10. Could you make a template for the pattern? It’s the Fibonacci sequence and as a result drawing the perfect ratio can be very difficult.

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