1. Punch a circle. (Mine are 1 3/8".) Fold it in half horizontally and vertically.
2. Fold up the 2 bottom edges of the circle. Use the horizontal and vertical folds to mark the start and end points of your fold lines. After it's folded, it will look like the circle underneath.
3. Flip the circle over. Fold the two bottom edges in to the center fold line.
4. This is what the finished piece looks like. Add a little adhesive to the inside to hold the piece closed.
Eight of these will make a full flower.
TIP: Use a double-sided paper with a lot of contrast between the 2 sides.
For my card, I wanted to keep the card itself fairly simple so the flower would be the star. The card base is Groovy Guava, and I swiped it with my Groovy Guava spot in both directions. The River Rock dotted paper is 1 3/4" wide, and I matted it on a 2" piece of Ruby Red. I added 3/4" twill tape across the center. After attaching the flower, I used a piece of linen thread to tie around the twill tape. I stamped the sentiment on a 3/8" wide strip of Naturals White cardstock and used the word window punch to round off each end. I used more linen thread to tie the sentiment to the piece of linen thread on the twill tape. I also adhered the "tag" so it would hang nicely.
Supplies (all SU): Stamps: Boho Backgrounds; Paper: Ginger Blossom DSP, Groovy Guava, Ruby Red; Ink: Groovy Guava, Ruby Red; Accessories: word window punch, 1 3/8" circle punch, twill tape, linen thread