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Married to my soulmate with 2 beautiful girls,and our English Springer Spaniel, Suki. Living a country life in Cambridgeshire, whilst baking, gardening, and photographing our daily lifes, where they find a place on my scrapbook pages.

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This blog is just that, my little place on the web.You will find my daily (or not so daily, hehe)life, my love for my new vegetable garden, baking, photography and my scrapbooking!

My Scrapbooking

Scrapbooking is a way of life for me now.It has been for over 4 years. I love journaling, taking photos of my family and love colour and texture, these are all part of my everyday life and scrapbooking.

Another Paper Flower Tutorial

blogged by me domestic goddess On 1/14/2010 05:54:00 PM
Whilst I am having some time off work, I have dragged out that box of older paper lines that I don't use anymore and have been playing, hence the flower tutorials at the moment!

Today I am showing you how to make the simple , but Oh so effective, fringed flower; reminds me of a Chrysanthemum.

Go grab a large circle punch, some light weight papers; I used Chatterbox, brads, buttons, scissors, and a poky tool!

Punch 5 circles

and make a hole with your poky tool, to add a brad

Grab your scissors and cut to the brad at 4 equal distances, ie : 12'0clock, 3'0clock, 6'0 clock and 9'0clock!

Now cut all the way round to the brad, until you have this

Grab the fringe and lightly gather and spruce,a bit like massaging a head of hair, LOL

Now add a button or bead.

I made a simple card and used a small flower. I will add a sentiment at a later date. I used my small scallop circle for this fringe flower.

Supplies : Chatterbox papers, Martha Stewart punch, scallop circle punch, brad, glass bead, Papermania card blank

I hope you enjoyed this simple paper flower tutorial, I look forward to seeing your flowers.

Thanks for stopping by
Anna x

28 Response to 'Another Paper Flower Tutorial'

  1. carina Said,'> 6:39 PM

    thank you for another fun tutorial!
    I made your other flower yesterday and it was superfun, so I sure will try making this one too=)


  2. Irma Said,'> 8:26 PM

    ohhh! thanks for the tutorial...definitely will make this flower!


  3. Tif Said,'> 9:35 PM

    Very cute! Can't wait to make some!


  4. Claude Said,'> 10:05 PM

    I'll be making some of these soon!


  5. suebaru Said,'> 10:20 PM

    You're on a bit of a flower roll ;) xxx


  6.'> 12:00 AM

    Absolutely love the flower-making ideas!


  7. Jaedyn Said,'> 3:02 AM

    What an awesome tutorial! It looks wonderful on the card, too. :-) I'm inspired, thanks so much!


  8. Elizabeth Said,'> 5:14 PM

    This is such a great and simple idea! Love it and thanks for the step-by-step tutorial. I linked your blog on a craft forum I own so that others can see your wonderful work as well! Thanks again!

    - Elizabeth


  9. Caterina Said,'> 7:19 PM

    Really beautiful! Your tutorial are very useful and smply! Thank you!


  10. Nancy Said,'> 8:01 PM

    Thank you for the lovely flower ideas. Great ideas!


  11. Anonymous Said,'> 1:59 AM

    Thanks....this is too cute and a great way to use my scraps! google account isn't working


  12. Anonymous Said,'> 8:30 PM

    Beautiful, fun, easy idea!!! Thanks for sharing!
    NICE photos of your work.



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    lovely flowers, and cards


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  17. Abbey Said,'> 6:49 PM

    Very nice idea....simple enough for the kids to do as well. Thanks for sharing. !!


  18.'> 5:46 PM

    Just adorable and just what I needed to get me to be a little more creative today! Thanks, Jane


  19. KatieJ Said,'> 3:40 AM

    Love these! Thanks for sharing!


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    This flower is absolutely beautiful! I put a link to this tutorial on my blog here:



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    I've had fun finally doing this. Thanks for this tutorial. My version is here:


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  24. Dani Fai Said,'> 4:59 AM

    Very cute.


  25.'> 9:42 AM

    your hands are magic!


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    Great tutorial...easy to understand and view your it.

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