Making paper Hydrangeas with your heart punch 1.

Cut a strip of white card stock 1” wide and fold in half lengthways. Insert the folded card into your punch (fold down) leave a small gap between the heart point and the card fold. Punch two per flower. 2. On a soft pad shape the petals with a large emboss tool and add some veins with a smaller one.
3. Sponge certainly celery in the centres. 4. Bashful blue on the outside of the petals. 5. Glue the centres together off setting them in a cross shape. 6. Add a half pearl to the centre and Pinch all four petals.

7. For a different look punch a ½” circle and shape into a cup 8.Add a foam dot to the centre and stick your circle on top. Add glitter.

9. To make some curly vines to add to your flower spray double punch the wide oval with certainly celery card stock, thin on one end and thicker at the other. 10. Curl this around a thin paint brush. 11. Add the wing and branch from the 2 step bird punch as leaves. 12. Make some Hydrangea leaves with the same heart punch by folding in half, running through the crimper and pinching the top together with a little glue (refer to my fuchsia pattern on my blog).

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