Monday, June 21, 2010

"Shabby Chic" Paper Flowers

In the new issue of Magnolia Ink that I received, there was a tutorial on how to make paper flowers using double-sided designer paper, and three sizes of the Retro Flower Punch. Here are some of the flowers that I created. I think they would fit the "Shabby Chic" or "Vintage" look on a card very well. I found them quite easy and fun to make.

Thanks for taking a look!




Linda w said...

Very neat flowers Deb. These look so much better than mine do. I need to learn how to make these.

stamp on...

Christina C. said...

Excellent job....will have to check it out!!!!

Kathy Gerace said...

Your flowers are great!! Until I read your post, I thought they were from Wild Orchid Crafts. I saw the article and thought about trying it. Now that I see yours and they are beautiful, guess I need to invest in these punches.
Kathy Gerace

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