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Paper Flowers

I love PTI's Turning a New Leaf set. I thought I'd try some paper flowers made with punches to go with it. I just punched out the shapes with my scallop circle and smaller circle punches and crumpled them up. PTI's cardstock is so thick that I could separate the layers to make it more 3-D. I like the way they turned out, and as a bonus, if I need to mail these cards, the flowers flatten enough to go through the post office without a hassle. Love that. I'm not a sticky-outy card girl.
"Thank you" is from Giga Guide Lines--another of my faves. These two stamps make for fast and easy cards.
Card #1:
Paper: PTI White, Berry Sorbet, Summer Sunrise
Ink: PTI Berry Sorbet, SU Certainly Celery
Stamps: PTI Giga Guide Lines, Turning a New Leaf
Other: SU Scallop circle punch, 1" and 1/2" circle punches, corner rounder

Card #2:
Paper: PTI White, Raspberry Fizz
Ink: SU Pink Passion, Gable Green
Stamps: PTI Giga Guide Lines, Turning a New Leaf
Other: SU Scallop circle punch, 5/8" circle punch
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  1. Cheryl these are FABULOUS! I LOVE the flowers!! So darn cute!!!
    Have a GREAT day!

  2. Lovely! The flowers are so fun!

  3. Simple, yet very beautiful!!! Love your flowers and the colors that you chose.

  4. Oh wow! I absolutely love these cards. So simple but so stunning.


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