Paper Flowers using the Crimper

·        1″x12″ strip of patterned paper
·        1 x 1-1/4″  Circle
·        Strong Adhesive
·        Eyelet Border Punch
·        Paper Crimper
·        Brad or Button for centre.
·        Punch eyelet border along strip of 12 x 1″ patterned paper
·        Crimp the strip of patterned paper – run it through the crimper about 4 times to make the strip quite pliable to work with
·        Cut circle from base cardstock and cover with strong adhesive – about 1 ¼” diameter.
·        Attach one end to the outside of the circle.
·        Folding as you go, work around and around the circle with the piece of crimped patterned paper.
·        When finished your flower should cover the circle entirely

·        Attach either a brad or a button to secure it together & then add it to your project

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