Make a Daisy from a Scallop Circle Punch


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I’m getting all my June birthday cards done and sent out this week.  This was the first one I made today.  My close friends and family know that they will pretty much get a card from me on their birthdays.  I tell my five brothers that I’m sending them money in their birthday cards… lol… but I don’t tell them how much.  It’s usually just a few dollars to buy a cup of coffee.

If you are subscriber and Follow My Paper Journey you too will get a card if you list your birthday and mailing address.  So if you want a birthday card from me while I’m on this deployment, please update your information and you will get a special card made just for you.

To make the daisy flower I used the 2-3/8″ Scallop Circle punch and cut in-between each petal down to the center (without touching of course) and used a pen to gently roll the edges.  I duplicated the same process using the 1-3/4″ Scallop Circle punch.  It’s so fun… you’ve got to try it.

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