EASY PAPER FLOWERS
Today's post is to show you how to make some simple, layered paper flowers.
It is my Design Team example for August's Unstampabelles challenge, which is:
August - Anything but a Card TWIST Create a tutorial in your blog OR add a link to the one you used to create the item
- A circle punch with two sizes. I've used the Creative Memories 1 1/4 and 1 1/2 circle shapemaker.
- Doubled sided paper.
- Something to make a hole with. I used a blade.
The first step is to punch 8 of the larger shape and 4 of the smaller shape.
Put a small hole in the centre of each one. Scrunch them all up.
Then it is a simple matter of pushing a brad through the smallest ones, followed by the largest ones. I alternated the papers so each second one was the reverse side of the patterned paper. Then you can shape each flower until you are satisfied with the result.
Please take a look at the other Designer's work over at Unstampabelles. There are some really inspiring projects. Each week in August you will see something new and there is a wide variety of items to see this month.
You could win this die.
Don't forget - no stamping.
Thanks for looking. xx