How to Make Crumpled Flowers for Scrapbooking





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Published on Nov 8, 2009

This scrapbooking video has been posted at http://sundayldesigns.com/how-to-make... and shows you how to make pretty crumpled flowers using just 3 circles of patterned paper, a brad and some moisture! The moisture is important as it creates much more texture in the flowers than when crumpling dry!

Comments • 14

This is awesome! Thank you for sharing!! 
@Kayleeloulou3 Hello There, that big ring is a 3 inch book ring. It is hinged and therefore easy to place pages on and off. A normal keyring would be very difficult to thread your pages on without ripping them. search for the term "book rings" and you should find a supplier. the most common size in shops (including normal stationers) is 1 inch. Hope that helps. SundayL
@85babycakes You could try, but glitter mist is made with VERY fine powder particles and any larger would just clog the spray nozzle. An alternative is to crumple the flowers with ordinary water and then add glitter to them when they are dry. Hope that helps SundayL
do you think i can make my own glitter mist?
@salsals35 Yes, when the flowers dry they are quite stiff! Although I used shimmer mist, it's basically just water. You can just dunk the paper quickly into a cup of water, don't have to 'spray'.
Great technique TFS :) I'm off to try it myself now.
Yoli L
Really nice Idea! Go go go!!!!! I have to make some crumpled flowers now!
Jennifer Smith
Totally love this! Great idea!
Hi Sunday, I have seen other paper flowers recently on you tube however I have to see I think I like this technique best and am going to actually give it a try. Thanks for sharing and I hope all is well! Valerie
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