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Flower-Scallop Circle Punch

Hi All,
Here is a quick video on how I made the flower that I posted the other day. Enjoy!




Hope you are having a great weekend.
Christina

43 comments

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  2. So love your tutorial's you explain every step nicely you make it so easy. I love, love flowers so on a fixed income, you have to learn to make them instead of buying so again thank you for taking the time... :)

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  3. Just watched the video. I'm going to try these tomorrow. I will use the scallop on mini monograms, because i don't have a punch, can't wait, thanks for the great idea!!

    PennyG cricut mb

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  4. So cute Christina, and so easy. I, like Penny will use Mini Monograms as I have no scallop circle punch. thanks for your videos and help
    Susan

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  5. Great technique, thanks for sharing. I am going to try these on my next project.

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  6. Wow, what a great flower and it seems easy to make. Thank you for the excellent step by step instructions. Cant wait to give them a try.

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  7. Thanks for sharing. This looks like something I will try.

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  8. So pretty to be so simple to make. Going to try them tomorrow.--Ryansmaama
    gkburrow@cmaaccess.com

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  9. How easy is that? Love it. Another thing I need to start using. Wooooo Hoooo! I love new techniques!

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  10. How cute and easy! Thanks for sharing this with us. Love, love, love your videos!

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  11. This looks great, thanks for sharing! Cannot wait till your next video! Bye, Anne-Marie

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  12. Wow, I love the video. This is so easy. I would have never thought it could be so easy. Thanks for showing how to do this!

    Cynthia

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  13. i like that flower, and it is easy to do. Thank you

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  14. CUTE! I have done something similar just using a scallop edge scissor to cut the circle...this was pre-cricut...aka...the dark times! HAHAHA

    nikki

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  15. OMG!!! These are so easy to make, thanks so much for the great video tutorial.

    I can't wait to make some of these flowers for myself!

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  16. Wow Christina! These flowers are perfect & easy, definitely something I can tackle!!1:) TFS
    hugs,
    Emma:)

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  17. Great video Christina! Need to a scallop punch and get to work-this would be perfect for my sister's B-Day card. Thanks!

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  18. Hi Christina,
    I absolutely love all of your tutorials. They are very well instructed. Oh, and I have a blog award for you. Please visit my blog at http://lovethatbug.blogspot.com/2010/02/my-very-first-blog-award.html
    to pick up your award.
    Stacy

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  19. Thank you Christina for this video....I want to make my own flowers and have been looking on the you tube and really didn't like any of them....but I love yours.....and I will make them just like you explain....except I'm going to use my cricut to cut them out.....and thank you so much.....

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  20. Another great tutorial, Christina!! Thanks so much for sharing how to make these beautiful flowers! I have seen other versions, but I like yours!!! Seems simple and so pretty!! Thanks for all that you so generously share with us!!!

    Blessings and hugs!
    Linda

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  21. Very cute flower! Thanks for sharing the video with us! Have a great Sunday, Mary

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  22. That's such a pretty flower! I wonder if any of the scallop circles on the Cricut would work. I'll have to give it a try. Thanks, Pam

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  23. As usual Christina you amazed me! I loved your last flower and this one is even more life like.

    I created mine in a SU' darker royal blue (forgot the color last scrap piece) :( and it looks like it is swede gorgeous cannot begin to describe it.

    Thank you for all you do I am forever grateful not only for your vidoes but for your kindness and willingness to share!

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  24. You are the QUEEN of flower making!! I love your creativity!
    Penny :)
    barefoot at spyfbi dot com

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  25. Fabulous idea! I love this flower. You are teaching me so much about flower making. Thank you they are wonderful!

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  26. hey, guess what, I just tried this and it's so fun, then I looked around my scrap room and spotted the medium sized punch for the itop and wondered how that would look, gave it a try and it's really cute because the petals are more blunt, it's so cute, thanks for the great ideas!!!!!!

    PennyG cricut mb

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  27. that is really cool, thanks for showing this.

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  28. The Happy Stamper :)February 21, 2010 at 9:09 PM

    Hi Christina,
    I love this flower tutorial. Great job dear... I will have to try it. I still love your new website design, super cute girlie!
    Huggs,
    Gale :)

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  29. What a great easy flower! Thanks!
    Pamela

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  30. That does look super easy and it comes out looking great!

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  31. GREAT FLOWER AND IT LOOKS FAIRLY EASY TO MAKE A WEEK OR SO AGO YOU USED A CROCHET FLOWER ON ONE OF YOUR PIECES DID YOU MAKE IT YOURSELF? DO YOU HAVE A PATTERN I WOULD ALSO LOVE TO TRY ONE OF THOSE
    THANKS
    DEBBIE

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  32. Love it. Thank you for sharing.
    flapril

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  33. Your videos are just so great. I think anyone could now make one of these flowers. Thanks.

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  34. Thanks Christina for this video!
    I just bought some Glimmer Mist
    and can't wait to use it after I
    make some of these flowers.

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  35. Way cool! Thanks so much for taking the time to make the videos for us! I really appreciate your efforts.
    Sheri

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  36. I love these flowers. And they are so easy to make. Looking at the pics of them I thought they were made from fabric or ribbon. Beautiful.
    Lori

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  37. Love the flowers. Way to cute!

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  38. Just got referred to you by Robyn, (THE PINK STAMPER)...LOVE, LOVE, LOVE those little flowers, they will certainly become one of my regular embellishments!
    Thanks Christina!

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  39. Love it! Those flowers are way too cute!!

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  40. Hi Christina, I actually made some of these for a card challenge and I think they turned out pretty darn cute. If you have time you can check it out here.
    http://vicki-vintagelace.blogspot.com/2010/04/play-date-cafe-challenge-pdcc-25.html

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  41. Hey Christina, I tried another technique with flowers. After breaking down the fibers, peel the card stock in two. I used 3 scalloped punches, which in turn were 6 papers.

    If you want to see how they turned out:
    http://pastedpictures.blogspot.com/2010/04/flowers.html

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  42. Christina..I made a couple of these great little flowers today, they are so cute. I can see this being just the beginning. Thanks for all you great videos and ideas I look forward to your emails everyday. Thanks again for sharing you time with all of us.

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  43. Hi Christina! I made three of these using 2 colors of glimmer mist for each flower, instead of water. WOW! Easy and very pretty!! Thanks for the video. :)

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