A handmade bouquet of flowers tied with baker’s twine, sentiment from Momenta, and a piece of Crochet Lace from Petaloo completed this elegant Valentine’s Card.
If you’d like to make one of those “Paper Wrapped Flower Bouquets” for yourself here’s a mini tutorial I created for you!
To start with Punch 4 flowers from cardstock and cut one Scallop Circle from dictionary page or newspaper Step 1 Fold Scalloped Circle as shown above Step 2 Using your stylus, lightly press the center of two punched flowers to fold upwards Step 3 Using the small end of your stylus, fold two flowers up over the end to form a tight center for your rose Step 4 Assemble flower by hot gluing the two tightly folded petals together Step 5 Add inside layers to the two slightly cupped flowers to complete your rose
Now it’s your turn to share your creativity with us!
Here’s how our challenges work:
- Create any new project(s) using any product sold at CropStop Store. It’s okay if you didn’t buy it from us – just have a look in the store and see if we have what you’re using (we probably do). If it’s a company we carry, then it’s fine if we don’t necessarily have the particular color or style you use. Please, no back-linking old projects. Limit five (5) entries per month/challenge. You’re welcome to share ANY project with us.
- Link your project here in our linkup using this handy dandy linky tool below. Link back to this post, and mention the CropStop Challenge in your post.
- We’ll choose one random winner who will receive a prize pack of CropStop goodies! The WINNER will be announced the night before the new challenge starts. (New challenges always start on the second Wednesday of the month.)
- We’ll also choose one entry as “Top Pick” and announce it along with the winner. Whoever is selected “Top Pick” will be eligible to do a guest design post in the future.
Thanks so much for linking up with us, we look forward to seeing all your great entries this month. Grab our badge and help us spread the word that CropStop is a great place to play along!