Step 1: Use a punch to punch out circle - choose any size depending on how big you would like your flower to be.
Step 2: Fold up one third.
Step 3. Fold up the other side, overlapping the first fold.
Step 4: Repeat with 5 more circles.
Step 5: Adhere them all together to make the flower. Add a brad or other embellishment to the middle.
For the card, I decided to use only three circles to make a different shaped flower. I used the Homespun Chic and Smoothie Shoppe Collection.
I love the look of the whole flower on my gift box and what a quick and pretty way to decorate a gift!
I hope you try this! Have a wonderful day!
TFS! These are really cute!!!ReplyDelete
OMGosh how cute!!! Thanks for sharing this.....I will most definately be trying this SOON!!!ReplyDelete
I totally love this! You guys are brilliant!ReplyDelete
OMY !! what a great great tip ! :)ReplyDelete
What fun! So simple so Cute! Love it. TFSReplyDelete
Super idea! One to remember.ReplyDelete
great idea! can't wait to try itReplyDelete
Great tutorial - I'm a visual type of gal so this really helps for me to understand the technique being used.ReplyDelete
Such a great flower!ReplyDelete
Love this idea! I used it to make a hanging pendant from GCD Studios paper.ReplyDelete
Beautiful flower, love that folding technique!ReplyDelete
ooooooooooooh, now this I can do! thank you so very much for sharing this simple yet so beautiful techniqueReplyDelete
soooo cute & looks like my circle punchie is gonna be loving this flower tip:) i understood most up to step 3...do just do the first 3 steps again,gluing side by side ??ReplyDelete
You are correct Kerri!!! Just repeat the steps with five more circles and then adhere them next to each other on your project to make your flower:-)ReplyDelete