Circle Cutter

Fishy Flower Friday

Who could of thought you can create a flower with a fish punch? Well you can and its really eash to do one.

I used the Kreaxions Circle Cutter and Kreaxions Punch 607 Koi create the flower.

You will need

1- 1/2 inch circle

1- 1 inch circle

12 Koi punched pieces from patterned paper or cardstock

Liquid Adhesive

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Step One:
Punch out your pieces and you will need the 1/2 inch circle to be your base of your flower. Add some adhesive to the circle and adhere 4 of the Koi punches on it. I created look a like cross.

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Step Two:
Then add the rest of the Koi punched pieces all around then let it dry.

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Step Three:
Adhere the last punch on top and you are ready to add yoru flower to any of your projects

Here is my finished project:

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Thanks for Looking

Lucy Chesna

6 thoughts on “Fishy Flower Friday

  1. Bev Code

    OMG Lucy.. that is so cute and what a great idea..

  2. Linda Beeson

    I am amazed, pretty cute flower.

  3. Lisa Moen

    Oh my! I would never have thought to use fish to make a flower! Brilliant, my friend!

  4. Barbara Lochridge

    Awesome idea for the fish!!

  5. GinniG

    What a clever idea!!! I would never have thought to use a fish punch like that either! GREAT idea!!!

  6. Jasmine

    Great work Lucy! What a fantastic idea!!

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Circle Cutter

Fishy Flower Friday

Who could of thought you can create a flower with a fish punch? Well you can and its really eash to do one.

I used the Kreaxions Circle Cutter and Kreaxions Punch 607 Koi create the flower.

You will need

1- 1/2 inch circle

1- 1 inch circle

12 Koi punched pieces from patterned paper or cardstock

Liquid Adhesive

100_7271
Step One:
Punch out your pieces and you will need the 1/2 inch circle to be your base of your flower. Add some adhesive to the circle and adhere 4 of the Koi punches on it. I created look a like cross.

100_7272
Step Two:
Then add the rest of the Koi punched pieces all around then let it dry.

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Step Three:
Adhere the last punch on top and you are ready to add yoru flower to any of your projects

Here is my finished project:

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Thanks for Looking

Lucy Chesna

6 thoughts on “Fishy Flower Friday

  1. Bev Code

    OMG Lucy.. that is so cute and what a great idea..

  2. Linda Beeson

    I am amazed, pretty cute flower.

  3. Lisa Moen

    Oh my! I would never have thought to use fish to make a flower! Brilliant, my friend!

  4. Barbara Lochridge

    Awesome idea for the fish!!

  5. GinniG

    What a clever idea!!! I would never have thought to use a fish punch like that either! GREAT idea!!!

  6. Jasmine

    Great work Lucy! What a fantastic idea!!

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Your email address will not be published.