I have another Demo Shoebox project for you. But first, I have one question for you. Do you have a difficult time trying to use your scraps of Designers Series Paper (DSP)? Well, I have a solution - Paper Flowers! With your scraps of DSP and a few other supplies, you can make some beautiful Paper Flowers.
Well, whatcha' think? This flower was easy peasy. You know, it just occured to me. If you are wrapping up a gift and you realize you don't have any bows or the bows that you do have look terrible, you can whip up one of these babies to use instead of a bow!
My Stampin' Supplies
- Designer's Series Paper
- Orchard Harvest DSP - cut into 9; 10" x 1/2"
- First Edition - punch out 2; 3/4" circles
- Card Stock
- Any color that coordinates with the DSP - punch out 2; 1" circles
- Classic Stampin' Ink Pad
- Soft Suede was used here
- Antique Brads
- 3/4" Circle Punch
- 1" Circle Punch
- 1/16" Handheld Punch
- Paper Piercer and Mat
- Stampin' Sponge
A special thank you goes to Lisa for sharing her fun project with us.
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