For this project, all you need is your choice of colored cardstock or patterned paper. I used paper from the Brights collection from SU!, your SU! circle Scallop (#119854) punch, scissors, liquid glue and a toothpick. If you have some reverse tweezers, they are helpful but not required.1. Punch 5 Scallop Circles. Cut the first one to the center of the circle.
4. The next petal, cut and then count 6 scallops and cut.
9. Using a toothpick, roll the scallops/petals backward on each flower part.
I don't know what kind of flower to call this, maybe a carnation, but I do think they are pretty.