Day 13: You Can Never Give Enough Thanks!

I personally LOVE this card! I learned this technique while at convention. Do you see these awesome 3D flowers?!? They are made from a simple circle punch with the edges sponged in Tangelo Twist! The tulip flower base is simply a scallop circle punch cut into little pieces!! How cool is that?!?  This card is super simple and elegant in my opinion. I hope you love it! Check out my Technique Club for more tips!


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27 comments

  1. Could you give us the dimensions of the flower (circle to fold)/ instructions..would appreciate it.. Do you have a youtube for this..or others? Thanks…

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    • Hi Kris! Thanks for your comment! I used the 1 3/4″ punch and sponged the edges before folding with a bone folder…I’m in the process of starting a YouTube channel but it will still be another couple weeks!

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    • Hi Kim…I used the 1 3/4″ punch and sponged with tangelo twist…I used a bone folder to make the flowers…I ised the 7/8″ scallop punch with mossy meadow cardstock and cut for the base of each flower

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    • Wow! That’s such an amazing compliment! Thank you! I think I need to add this video to my To Do list! I only recently started making videos, but I’ll definitely come back to this card!

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  2. What a gorgeous card – the colours go so well together! Can’t wait for the video on how to make it.
    Could you please advise the name of the flourish stamp?
    Thank you

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  3. Thank you so very much for sharing this very creative bloom. I created 2 cards using different size circles, and I was very pleased with the outcome. I also directed all who asked to your blog. Again, many thanks!

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