Wednesday, 8 August 2012

One more flower using punched circles

Hello everyone this is Juhi, with another punched circle flower tutorial.
I hope you are having fun with month's theme "Make your own embellishments"....I just loved Snehal's flower tutorial, it is a great way to use double sided patterned paper scraps cause both the sides show up in the flower! Going along with this month's theme of making your own embellishments, I will be showing you how to make a super easy and quick flower using punched(or die cut or even handcut) circles.
You will need:
1. Patterned paper scraps
2. A circle punch or die, I've used a 2" circle punch
3. Scissors
4. Buttons for the flower center
5. Glue
First up punch out a circle from your patterned paper
fold it in half, run over the fold with your finger or a bone folder to get a good crease
Fold it in half again
and again
open all the folds, this is what your circle should look like.
Now cut radially along the folds till a little away from the centre. You will have 8 cuts with 8 sections and the circle will look like this.
Now cut radially in the center of each section.
Cut away alternate sections of the circle a little away from the center, and your circle should look like this.
Place a button in the center and your flower is ready :), now wasn't that easy!
Don't forget to participate in this month's challenge, the details can be found here.
Hugs,
Juhi

6 comments:

  1. Such a cutie! easy peasy and real fun too! thanks for the lovely tute Juhi!

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  2. Wow ! beautiful flowers....nice tute....Thanks for sharing this and thanks for the shout too

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  3. Juhi this is amazing.. I love the flower tutes you come up with.. Am definitely gonna give this a shot.. Really cute card.. Love the vibrant colors used... AWESOME!!

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  4. such a simple yet creative flower............

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  5. love the flower...will try it !!

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