Paper Flower Tutorial – PART 5

My own little garden in my scrappy corner. The Echo Park paper makes these little blooms pop!

So today is the last day of my week long flower power tutorials!  It’s been fun to create all of these along the way, and I think I have saved the best tutorial for last!

A few nights ago, while I was watching a Startgate Universe with my hubby, I decided to see how many different flowers I could come up with only using my trusty circle punch and some pretty paper.  Two episodes later, 6 pretty flowers were in bloom around me!  I’ve picked a few of them to share with you today.

So, all you need for these pretty daisy-like flowers are circles, circles and more circles.  You will need two different sizes – I used 1″ and 3/4″ for the tutorial, although you can make them any size you would like!  And since the printable pdf tutorials have been popular this week, I decided to do one more in that format for you!  Take a look here for your copy.

I call these "Flower 1". Original, isn't it!?

Over at Scrap a Little, you can find a cute origami flower that would make a great flat embellishment on a project.  Go check it out! And if you are looking for a great, simple design with no special tools needed, check out this post at scrapbook.com.  CrimsonMama was kind enough to share her step by step guide with me for my post this week!

I hope you have had fun this week making flowers with me!  Be sure to visit again soon because I think I need to come up with some projects with flower embellishments now! Have a great weekend everyone!

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8 thoughts on “Paper Flower Tutorial – PART 5

  1. Thank you for the tutorials . . . and for the instructions in a pdf file formate. Since I’m deaf, this really helps me to be able to do something without having to have someone “translate” a video for me. And I LOVE flowers . . . always looking for new ways to make them. Again, THANK YOU!!!

    • Hi Katherine! Thanks so much for commenting! You know, I had never really thought about those coming to Scrappy Canuck that might not be able to hear the videos! I think from now on, I will include printable tutorials with the videos! I really appreciate you taking the time to comment! Glad you enjoyed the tutorials!

  2. Pingback: Making use of the flower tutorials! | SCRaPPY CaNuCK STuDioS

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