Thursday, June 23, 2011

Paper flower made with Scallop punch

Isn't this paper flower just the cutest thing? I found the idea when I was blog hopping the other day and I just had to try it. You can find all the details on how to make it at the Queen of Ink http://queen-of-ink-kz.blogspot.com/2011/06/paper-flower-technique-tutorial.html here. She has it on a card, but I am thinking about using it on the front of a notebook. I have not decided yet. When I do, I will show it the finished project. For now, I am going to make some more flowers. They are just too easy and too cute. The possibilities are endless. I could add some sparkle by putting Dazzling Diamonds on the edges of the flower. Oh, I almost forgot one thing I did differently, is instead of just water, I used body spray (Honeysuckle to be exact). It meets the same purpose but you get the added benefit of a sweet smelling flower. How great is that?

Thank you again for checking out my blog. As I said, it would not be another 18 months before I posted again. I really am trying to do better. I am going to try to schedule several posts over the next few days while the girl is out of town and the creative juices are flowing. I have another really great card for tomorrow.

Supplies needed for today's project:
SU! Scallop Punch
Daffodil Delight paper scraps
brad
Small punch
spray bottle of water or body spray (non-SU)

*All supplies are Stampin' Up! unless otherwise noted.

2 comments:

Kymberli said...

I am so glad you liked the tutorial enough to put it on your blog :).
I am going to have to run and try the body spray now... Thanks for the Great Idea.
Kymberli

Danielle said...

Thank you for the great tutorial. It was very easy to follow!