June 16

What is your name (Name on file with Stampin' Up!)?< /br>Quel est votre nom? (Nom donné à Stampin' Up!)*

Linda Herbert

What state do you live in?


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  • If you send me your email address, I will send tutorial.  Thanks   Lavonne

  • I was checking out the samples and discussions on Stamping Connection and I was surprised to see the name Linda Herbert.  You see, that was my maiden name!    It's nice to see there's another Linda Herbert around. Hello, there!
  • Hi Linda,
    I am so glad you like these vintage type flower pin cards - I see you live in Arizona too! Here are the instructions to make this project (I also posted in the comments under the picture on my page) Distressed Ruffled Scallop Circle Flower
    by Mary Lecuyer, mklecuyer@hotmail.com
    Punch 5 scallop circles (I used coordinating colors from SU Patterns Pack III) & distress each on edges with classic ink; then fold/crumple into a ball.
    Unfold & crumple again into a ball. Uncrumple and stagger on top of 6th scallop circle. 6th scallop circle was only folded/crumpled once as it will be a stabilizing base.
    Put mini-brad through all 6 layers, then dab top of flower in inkpad for distressing markings.
    Tie piece of twine, jute, yarn, etc. through button (I used SU designer buttons) and hot glue on top of brad. Hot glue brooch pin to back of flower. Crumple & scrunch flower edges around button one more time for extra ruffles.
    Pin flower on card cut from cream colored Bridesmaid specialty paper and edged with border punch.
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