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Old 01-16-2010, 01:07 PM   #1  
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Couple days ago I posted tutorial on my blog for a scrunchy flower using the XL fancy flower punch from the SU! Occasions Mini catalog. You can use scallop circle punch as well or anything similar.
http://ilinacrouse.blogspot.com/2010...-tutorial
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This is really cute. Thanks for sharing the directions!
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Loved it. Thanks! And I love your blog. Such cute cards!
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Thanks for the tutorial link. What a fun technique.
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I love making these flowers. Great job on your tutorial.
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Great tutorial! Thanks for the information.
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Oh yes, I saw your Tutorial and loved it!
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Thanks for showing us how to make these cute flowers. I'm looking forward to making some.
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I finally found a few quite minutes to sit down and enjoy your wonderful blog with a cup of coffee. I also saw your scrunchy flowers made with scalloped circles and I really love them as well. I can't wait to try both since I also have a few old books I've been saving to use for crafting. Again, thanks so much for sharing!
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O.K., I love this flower so much, I just went to your Stampin Up site and ordered the new flower punch and the scallop edge punch as well. LOL. Thinking those old books I've been saving all these years will finally see the light of day pretty soon!

Needed a new scallop edge punch anyway, my Fiskers was on it's last leg I'm afraid, so it's all good.
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