Tuesday, July 3, 2012

The Scrapper's Toolbox: Flower Power--Punch It Out!

Happy Tuesday Morning Fellow Crafters,

Kristine is at it again and ready to help you dust off your punches and repurpose them for flower power! Who doesn't love adding a cute flower to a card or scrapbook page? And this ornament punch turned flower embellishment has a low profile...even better!


Directions:

Punch 5 ornaments from patterned paper, punch (2) 3/4" circles from card stock, and (2) 3/4" circles of adhesive sheet - 1 for each circle.  



Zig-zag pinch the base of the ornament to create the petal shapes.



Stick them to your 3/4" base circle covered with adhesive sheet, then cover with another circle with the adhesive side down to hold it all together. 



Embellish the center and -Voila!  Quick, easy, and the flowers can be made with scraps.  Enjoy!


For other great crafting ideas and projects, visit Kristine's website at www.creativeflarecards.blogspot.com.

Happy Scrapping,

Just A Scrappin' DT and Kristine

8 comments:

  1. What an awesome idea, thanks for sharing. Love the way the flower came out.

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  2. What brand is the punch? I've not seen this one. =D

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    1. It's the Stampin' Up Ornament punch, item #119847. I am a Stampin' Up demonstrator, and you can get this punch from my site www.creativeflare.stampinup.net - as well as access my full blog and other creative projects.

      so glad you enjoyed this article!
      -Kristine

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    2. It's the Stampin' Up Ornament punch, item #119847. I am a Stampin' Up demonstrator, and you can get this punch from my site www.creativeflare.stampinup.net - as well as access my full blog and other creative projects.

      so glad you enjoyed this article!
      -Kristine

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  3. Oh my goodness this is just so cool! Love the ideas!

    Hugs,
    Jo

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  4. BRILLIANT! Now I have to have that punch! I NEVER would have thought to do that.

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  5. Love it how do you come up with such neat ideas to use punches.
    Thanks for sharing.

    pattispaperfun.blogspot.com

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