Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Making Stampin' Up! Paper Flowers

STEP 1: Punch five flowers from card stock.
Here we’re using the Blossom Punch (item 125603) and Tangerine Tango Card Stock (item 111349), but this technique works for any flower variety. To get a different flower, try hand-cutting the flowers into the shape you want. You can also use the Big Shot™ Die-Cutting Machine (item 113439) to mass-produce your flowers.

STEP 2: Poke a hole in the center of each flower. The hole is for the brad that we’ll be attaching in step five. Here we’re using the Paper-Piercing Tool (item 126189).

STEP 3: Spritz the flowers. This is important for getting the right texture when you scrunch the petals. We use the Stampin’ Spritzer (item 126185) to get it
 just right.  

STEP 4: Layer the five flowers, attach a brad, and scrunch the flowers. Let the flower dry, and you’re done! These are our Pumpkin Pie Brads (item 119740).  

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Welcome to Create with Gwen! I value your comments and will answer your valid questions. Thank You. Happy Stampin!

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