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Punch 603

Creating Handmade Flowers…

Hi everyone! Its Wendy and I'm back to share a card I created using the Kreaxions Lotus punch (#603). I was so excited to have the chance to work with the Lotus punch this month because I knew it would take the work out of creating handmade flowers. 

To create the flowers I used on the card, I punched a handful of Lotus flowers from cardstock. Next you need to spritz them with water. Let them sit for a few seconds and then scrunch them up. Allow them to dry. When they are dry, smooth them out a bit and layer 3-4 flowers together, adhering them in the centers with wet adhesive. The result is gorgeous handmade flowers that only took minutes to make. 

Flower punch

To create the cut-away circles and decorative edge to the banner, I used the Circle Cutter

Flower closeup

8 thoughts on “Creating Handmade Flowers…

  1. Bev Code

    fabulous colouring, great flowers and beautiful finished project… cute elements

  2. Linda Beeson

    Your flowers are wonderful, what a great idea!

  3. Valerie Bishop

    Just gorgeous!! So beautiful!

  4. Barbara Bruder

    What a beautiful card. I love those flowers, thanks for sharing how to make them.

  5. Lisa Spiegel

    OMG I know what punch I’m getting next! Those are fantastic!

  6. Angela Fehr

    The flowers are lovely and I love the circular elements!

  7. Elaine Hannagan

    I love the lotus flowers They are lovely. My question is how do you fit a card made with this beautiful flower in an envelope? I see many 3 dimensional items on cards so I know there’s a way.
    Thanks for the wonderful idea.

  8. GinniG

    They’re AWESOME!!! LOVE the flowers!!! I’m with Lisa! This is the next punch I’m getting! LOL!

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Circle Cutter-

Punch 603

Creating Handmade Flowers…

Hi everyone! Its Wendy and I'm back to share a card I created using the Kreaxions Lotus punch (#603). I was so excited to have the chance to work with the Lotus punch this month because I knew it would take the work out of creating handmade flowers. 

To create the flowers I used on the card, I punched a handful of Lotus flowers from cardstock. Next you need to spritz them with water. Let them sit for a few seconds and then scrunch them up. Allow them to dry. When they are dry, smooth them out a bit and layer 3-4 flowers together, adhering them in the centers with wet adhesive. The result is gorgeous handmade flowers that only took minutes to make. 

Flower punch

To create the cut-away circles and decorative edge to the banner, I used the Circle Cutter

Flower closeup

8 thoughts on “Creating Handmade Flowers…

  1. Bev Code

    fabulous colouring, great flowers and beautiful finished project… cute elements

  2. Linda Beeson

    Your flowers are wonderful, what a great idea!

  3. Valerie Bishop

    Just gorgeous!! So beautiful!

  4. Barbara Bruder

    What a beautiful card. I love those flowers, thanks for sharing how to make them.

  5. Lisa Spiegel

    OMG I know what punch I’m getting next! Those are fantastic!

  6. Angela Fehr

    The flowers are lovely and I love the circular elements!

  7. Elaine Hannagan

    I love the lotus flowers They are lovely. My question is how do you fit a card made with this beautiful flower in an envelope? I see many 3 dimensional items on cards so I know there’s a way.
    Thanks for the wonderful idea.

  8. GinniG

    They’re AWESOME!!! LOVE the flowers!!! I’m with Lisa! This is the next punch I’m getting! LOL!

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