Then, release the coil from the tool, but don’t glue it yet. Instead, let the coil rolls inside the circle template to get the intended size. In my case, I use size 11 for my loose coil. It depends on how big you want your flower to be.
For those who don’t have the circle template, you can release your coil and allow it to loosen naturally until you get the size that you want. After that, glue the end of the strip (Don’t put too much glue). Be careful and don’t forget to maintain the size or else it’ll be difficult for you to create your petal.
Pinch the opposing ends of the loose coil to form the eye shape. Repeat the steps until you have six coils of such shape.
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