Cambridge Flower Tutorial

13 Oct


You will need 2 different size Retro punches and some glimmer mist or a water spritzer.

Ink if desired. I used light weight cardstock for this flower.

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Punch 3 large flowers and 4 small flowers.

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Spritz both sides of flowers.

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Crumple into a ball.

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Uncrumple except for small flower.  Let dry.

Layer the three large flowers on bottom,

add 3 of the smaller flowers to top of larger layerd flowers.

Add still crumpled small flower to center of layered flower

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Finished flower.

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Adhere to project.

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Designer tips:

You can use 2 different colors of cardstock to give this a total different look.

These flowers can be inked or chalked for depth.

I also like to add a  little diamond glaze randomly

and then sprinkle diamond dust on them to give them sparkle.

Stickles can also be a fun way to decorate them!

By Debbie Sherman

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One Response to “Cambridge Flower Tutorial”

  1. Jan hennings October 14, 2010 at 12:28 am #

    ummm…the images aren’t showing on my computer,

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