Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Create Flowers with Paper Ruffles

Do you have some paper ruffles or strips of tissue papers lying around and you don't know what to do with them? In my guest designing kit this month, I've received a pack of pink paper ruffles. It's kind of a machine stitched strips of tissue papers. I want to create something out of it.
I've rolled or twisted the paper ruffles in circles and when it gets to the size that you want, simply just cut the end off and fold the bottom half of the flower up. Later, slowly open up the flower from the middle. Isn't this easy? Try it!
(Tip: if you don't have any paper ruffles, simply just cut some strips of paper tissue and use a sewing machine to stitch along the middle of the strip.)

9 comments:

LaY hOoN said...

I used to make this during school time. Glad to see it again after many years.

Myra B. said...

This is a great idea and very pretty!

Prettier Stuff aka Melissa said...

Irene this is really cool. I will have to try this tomorrow. I love the color on this one. I can't wait to see the rest of this project.

Chok Keun said...

Love this great idea, the flower is so besautiful!

scrapbookideas said...

Great idea! I'm going to try it :)! ~xo Jess

wil said...

wauw gaaf ga ook proberen

Debbie said...

Gorgeous Irene, must give this a try myself.

Hugs Debbie xx

Shirley said...

Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing.

EFI said...

Irene i just looove your LO!!!! It is gorgeous!!!!

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