Surfing the Internet I ended up on Pinterest. I do not visit it everyday but clicking sometimes leads me there. This card is an eye catcher.
Here is the page where Crafts By Happy Stamper blogs about it. There is verbal instructions about the fold, but what if you are a beginner?
A few pictures will help you out and then it will be forever remembered.
Beginner instructions for the circle petal flat unit origami are below.
See how making your own card embellishments give each creation a very individual look. Your cards can have that unique touch that your friends will recognize as yours. Try this pattern and see for yourself.
Circle Petals Flat Unit Origami Instructions
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- Fold circle in half
- Fold in half to make four sections. Crease only on edge.
- Open and fold one quarter session up.
- Fold in half with white side facing out and fold 2nd quarter to match.
- Turn over. Bring the edge of fold to the center fold. Crease.
- Bring up the other side of center fold. Your petal is complete.
I noticed the first card has very soft creases and it gives the flower a fuller look.
If you were to make a stack of thank your cards a circle squeeze punch would make everything go faster.
Two More Examples of the Petal Fold
These paper circles are made with the Martha Stewart Circle Punch. Punch only half of your circle for this look.
The second picture is a fuller flower look. Perfect for spring or Mother’s Day.
The circle cutter can produce circles from six to twelve inches. Wall or hanging decorations are possible.