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December 05, 2012


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Love the door knocker art! So, how do you make those scallop circle flowers? I can't wrap my mind around the fold pattern. Do you cut 4, then fold each into a 1/4? Note cards are adorable. I have now used 2 of the Fabriano note cards with my dip pen and Sumi ink. What wonderful paper! Of course, I still haven't cut into any of the Card Shoppe paper, except what I need for my Christmas cards. Based on my normal time table for admiring, it'll be about 2014! Hope your week is winding down nicely.


Love that Thanks MB die and using it with the Fabriano note card! And that door knocker is so cool! I can't wait to see how you decorate it in the coming year!


Cindy, I love the Fabriano note cards. I too, would love to see how you fold the scallop into a flower. I still have my Fabriano note cards that I bought from you 3 years ago. I love them so much that I'm afraid to use them !! LOL !! I guess I better work on that :)
That door knocker is just too cool !! I need one of those - Hope you have a wonderful holiday.

Cindy Lyles

I made these flowers using photos from this blog:

for visual reference.  I cut five - used one as the base and folded four.  Paper is easiest - I have made them with muslin and pinned folds in place then machine tacked at the center, then used a big brad to conceal the stitches.  Paper is by far the fastest versus fabric. They are fun to do!  xoxo Cindy

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