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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Scallop Circle Flower Tutorial - Win the journal pictured in this post!!!

There are some many ways to make flowers using Stampin' Up!'s Scallop Circle punch.  I found that crinkling the paper was 1) time consuming, 2) easy to tear flower when opening up, and 3) made calluses on fingers.  In just nine easy steps, create this paper flower using your crimper!!!

I set out to design an easy way to create beautiful flowers for cards, bookmarkers, gifts, etc.  This picture is an example of a few things I have done with the scallop circle flowers

  I will randomly pick one of the comments and the winner* will receive the journal pictured here.   Deadline for posting to win a chance for the journal is Sunday, July 11 11:59 PM (CT).

The tutorial is yours for only $2.50.
Upon payment, your tutorial will be sent to you by email. I usually check my account twice a day. The email will be sent to the one you have with Paypal, unless otherwise noted.  Thank you.







Winner will be picked randomly from  all posts to this posting and will be announced on Monday, July 12. 
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12 comments:

Carol McFarland said...

I love your frilly scallop circle flowers!

Melody said...

Beautiful Work!!

Mary said...

I just love your flowers!! I made some using the water, crumpling and opening them back up and you are right! They do take time but I never got callouses. :)

George & Jeanyne said...

I love the bright colors you used here! Hoping your intructions will make these easier enough to use with my club ladies!

Jean Fitch from jlfstudio said...

Thanks for sharing this Beth. Works perfectly. Beautiful projects you've created with these too!

Bandon, Oregon said...

Thank you so much for sharing your Tutorial. I've wanted to make some of these flowers, but was afraid about how my arthritis fingers would be after... so thank you for showing another way to do them....

Faith

Rita said...

Those are gorgeous! I love the colors on these projects!

Chiara said...

love it!!!

patti said...

lovely- I am always looking for new ideas- beautiful flowers-thank you

Sandy S. said...

Just ran across your blog. Your work is beautiful. Thank you for posting the tutorial

islandjacquelin said...

Love this tutorial - it is awesome!

Crystal said...

So pretty! Love the paper, too! :)

PS - Followed you here via SC blog thread. :) http://crystalscraftingandrambling.blogspot.com/