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

Anonymous said...

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

Anonymous 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!

Anonymous said...

Great cards this week. Love your work!

My SweetCards said...

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