How to Create Paper Flowers

Today I will show you how to create paper flowers by using your favourite floral designer paper.  I find it very relaxing to sit back, watch some TV, and cut out flowers from designer paper.  This floral paper was loved so much that when I went back to my LSS it was all gone and I cried was disappointed.

Lets pull out some scissors and have a good time.

Supplies:  designer paper and scissors (pop dots not in photo)

Cut out flowers.  The brown flower can be cut out three different ways:  1)  Cut around the outside perimeter; 2)  Cut on the outside of the white portion–cuting off the dark brown all together; 3)  Use a hole punch to punch out the blue

Here are some examples of how the flowers were cut out.

Layer pop dots to add dimension to your flowers.

Stamp:  Our Daily Bread Designs

Designer Paper:  Unknown

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Posted on : Aug 03 2010
Posted under cards, Tutorials |

5 People have left comments on this post

Aug 3, 2010 - 08:08:19
Viv said:

Genius my friend!! The end result,(card) is brilliant!!
Thanks for the heads up on Captcha!!!
Hugs Viv xxx

Aug 3, 2010 - 11:08:08
Myrna said:

Beth
You are soooo creative. This is such a cool idea.
Myrna

Aug 4, 2010 - 12:08:54
michele said:

so simple and so perfect Beth. can’t believe i never thought to do this! i’m going to check out my papers right NOW.

Aug 4, 2010 - 01:08:22
Maryann said:

What a good idea and yes, why didn´t any of us think of this before? it´s just normal I think, that we never see the closest ideas just in front of us ha ha ha.
Isn´t it funny how all is focused on flowers the past time? And even every blog almost, has been showing how to make some different flowers, nobody have even thought about this before? Typical I think LOL.
Your card is sooo beautiful Beth, and it´s sooo nice, that I can leave comments here again dear friend. Have a wonderful day and take good care okay?
Biiiiiig warm hugs Maryann

Aug 5, 2010 - 12:08:45
Velta said:

Amazing girl!!! your inspiration is catching to say the least…Thank you for sharing…I am SO going to try this 🙂


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