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  • white card stock
  • adhesive of choice ( i used quick dry)
  • ink pad
  • Irridescent glitter paint
  • assorted beads

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STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

In CCR, add Home Accents Petal2-s to cutting mat. Click hide contour. Click on outer most black line to delete (hide) it. This leaves you with a solid shape once you exit hide contour mode. Resize new solid shape to 1.347x1.431.
Using Cricut craft room basics, chose rectangle and resize to 0.56x0.222. Weld to top center of shape. Make 28 copies.
Again, using cricut craft room basics, create circle (1.75 x 1.375).
Cut out all shapes and ink edges of all shapes. You do not need to ink the circle. Curl petals using end of paintbrush/pencil/pen/etc.
Apply small amount of glue to rectangle portion of petal and adhere to outer edge of circle. Do this 3 more times. You should have petals at 12 o'clock, 3 o'clock, 6 o'clock, and 9 o'clock. Adhere the next 4 petals in the open spaces of previous row. Continue this pattern until you run out of petals.
Adhere beads to center of flower.
Randomly paint thin layer of irridescent glitter paint to petals.
Allow to dry completely.
Use to embellish, well, anything!

Step 1

In CCR, add Home Accents Petal2-s to cutting mat. Click hide contour. Click on outer most black line to delete (hide) it. This leaves you with a solid shape once you exit hide contour mode. Resize new solid shape to 1.347x1.431.

Step 2

Using Cricut craft room basics, chose rectangle and resize to 0.56x0.222. Weld to top center of shape. Make 28 copies.

Step 3

Again, using cricut craft room basics, create circle (1.75 x 1.375).

Step 4

Cut out all shapes and ink edges of all shapes. You do not need to ink the circle. Curl petals using end of paintbrush/pencil/pen/etc.

Step 5

Apply small amount of glue to rectangle portion of petal and adhere to outer edge of circle. Do this 3 more times. You should have petals at 12 o'clock, 3 o'clock, 6 o'clock, and 9 o'clock. Adhere the next 4 petals in the open spaces of previous row. Continue this pattern until you run out of petals.

Step 6

Adhere beads to center of flower.

Step 7

Randomly paint thin layer of irridescent glitter paint to petals.

Step 8

Allow to dry completely.

Step 9

Use to embellish, well, anything!

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SHOWCASED - A FEATURED PROJECT
SHOWCASED - A FEATURED PROJECT
PRIZED - PROJECT FAVED 25+ TIMES
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CELEBRATED - PROJECT FAVED 50+ TIMES
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