Tuesday, June 3, 2008

My 5 Petal Flower

I love to put big flowers on cards for the centerpiece. This 5 petal flower is so easy to make! Got your Stampin' Up! punches ready?

You need the scallop punch and circle punches (1, 1 1/4, and 1 3/8).

First, cut out 5 one inch circles for your petals. Then punch out one scallop punch for the center.

Adhere the 5 one inch circles all around the scallop and it should look like my photo below.

Flip it over and you've got a nice large 5 petal flower! Layer the center with a 1 3/8 inch circle and 1 1/4 inch circle.

I gave my flower a little dimension by adding pop-dots between the scallop and the 1 3/8 inch center. If you have any questions, please e-mail me! Once I learn how to post tutorials on my sidebar, I will post this one. It's a good one to keep around, don't you think?

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Recipe: Doodlebug and Making Memories patterned paper, SU! cardstock, SU! Lots of Thoughts stamp, SU! punches.


Anonymous said...

gorgeous card!

Port Orchard flowers

Mary Fish said...

Brilliant! Who needs Die Cut Flowers? I need to give this a try.

Kris said...

Great idea Tiffany. I'll have to try this out myself. I love the die cut blooms, but didn't even think of creating my own.


Niki Estes said...

Such a great card and what a great idea for making the flower!

luv2scrap said...

Great cards this week. Love your work!

My SweetCards said...

Pretty card, great idea. Now I am off to make one myself!