Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Paper Flowers

Thanks for stopping by today!  I have another project to share with you from the Stampin' Up! convention. My girlfriends and I signed up for Carrie Cudney's "I Am A Pattern Mixing Pro" class.  Here is the project we made. So much fun!  Click on the photo to see it larger.

It starts out as a blank canvas, I think its 8x10, we added the First Edition DSP and some acrylic paint. Then comes the flowers.

They are very easy to make. Punch out 4 DSP scallop circles. Fold them in quarters then adhere to a punched out circle for your base.  Adhere to your canvas.  I was suppose to stamp the two flowers using the First Edition DSP but I didn't.  I liked it as is.

The tulip looking flowers were also punched out with the Scallop circle and folded in a tube like shape, glue and then attach to your canvas. We used the Multipurpose Liquid glue.

Add your buttons to embellish. So cute! 

Keep Creating!
Barbara Pisciotto
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