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For one finished effect, you can now use the flat shapes as they are. Just place the centre piece in the middle and glue it down. This is great for scrapbook albums where you don’t want too much bulk pr fpr cards you want to mail.
You now know how to make flat paper flowers with your heart punches and are ready to adhere your finished flower to your project!
Now, would you like to know how to make paper flowers with a 3-d effect?
Remember there are also step-by-step instructions for making Paper Roses on another page - why not consider using both on your project? :)
The flowers look quite different when they are done in different colours, in contrasting colours, with patterned paper, with stamped embossed images on them, and when you use different textured papers or other bits and pieces for the centres. You could also add layers to make a really full flower or bulk up the petals by embossing them before assembly in your Big Shot machine.
Once you know how to make paper flowers you will probably think of lots of different ways to use the end result, such as placing them
These beautiful paper flowers can do more than embellish your scrapbook pages. You can even use them to create lovely cupcake toppers.
Did you think that learning how to make paper flowers was going to be hard? I hope you found it wasn't! Let your imagination go and enjoy your new found skill!
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Here's how to make texturised chipboard blooms with flocking powder and glitter
You know one of my favourite things about papercrafters? It's their willingness to share ideas with one another and to learn from one another.
Do you know how to make paper flowers in a different way than I have shown here? How about sharing it with me? You can have your own web page by filling in the form below. You can then show it to your friends and family.
And you'll be sharing your creativity with other papercrafters who will appreciate your work as well.
Thanks in advance for being willing to share how YOU make paper flowers.
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