paper flower tutorial

Grab your books and scallop punches, we're going to make paper flowers!
And here's a DIY Crafting Kit I have in the shop that has supplies to help you get creating.

Even though I am a crafty, creative shop owner that works all day long playing with paper, glue and ink, sometimes I'm at a loss for cute packaging. When I first began blogging, I used what I had on hand and I still do. That's where the book pages come new books were harmed in the making of this craft. Just books that were no longer being read and now put to good use.


This scallop punch was one of my first crafty purchases, it's from Stampin' Up. The larger 3" scallop punch is from EK Success. I find that ten petals gives me a nice full flower for the smaller punch size. For the larger flower {seen attached to the kraft bag in the first photo} I used 5 of the 3" petals and 3 of the smaller petals and just stapled the papers together. You can see that it gives you a more open flower bloom. 

Here's a step-by-step.

Looking for more photos and details on how to create a paper flower? Check out this paper flower tutorial.

Even looks spiffy enough for a boy...this one's going on a care package we're sending to Zach.

Want more detailed photos? Here is the original Paper Flower Tutorial post.

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