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Dorina D

Fun tutorial and the flower came out so cool. This card is darling.

Looking forward to the fun on Saturday, even if I have to work first!


Love this card! Thanks for sharing another fun way to add texture to flowers! Kathi


One of the first tools I ever bought. Good to see it used still.

Rea Custer

Adorable card.

Kim Thomas

You are so talented Laura! Thank you for the inspiration. You are amazing! Take care. :)

Kathy Martin

Laura ROCKS! Very cool flower! :)

Cheryl Hutcherson

Love this! I forget about my crimper...not anymore!

Eveline van Heijst

I love my crimper. I might not use it much but I know where it is. I bought it at the weekly market in my town. They have a craft stall there every week.


Humm, have not used that in a while!! Better take my crimper out of the closet LOL
Tks for the inspiration 😄


What a lovely idea. I just love how the flower turned out. Another use for my crimper. I haven't used it for awhile so this is a great tutorial. I forgot that you lose a little of the original length when you crimp. I'll have to dust the cobwebs off of mine (perfect time as it's Halloween) and give it a go with my next project. Thank so much!

Cynthia B.

Thanks to Laura for showing off her beautiful layered flower and card! Why yes, I do have a paper crimper that I have used exactly once (?!). Thanks for the reminder to dig in and use it!


Fabulous flower tutorial! TFS


The photographs you took really helped me out! Wonderful flowers!


Laura... terrrrrrrrrrrrrrific tutorial! The flower has that 'WOW' factor. If you did mail it you would have to give Canada Post more money due to the thickness, eh?!
Thanks for sharing!!!


Great quick tutorial Laura!!! love the flower :)

Renee VanEpps


Julie A. Shearer

Adorable !! Thanks for all of the tips.

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