Remember a few weeks ago I talked about making medallions (also known as accordion-folded flowers or medallions)?
Well, I’ve been making some of those in various sizes to assemble into flowers and put in a small flower pot.
These are some of the individual medallions I made using the Sycamore Street Designer Series Paper from the Sale-a-Bration flyer.
Now, you can stack 2 or three (or more) medallions together to make the flower. The large orange medallion is made using the Tangerine Tango from the Designer Series Paper Patterns Stack – Brights Collection (#117155).
The large Tangerine Tango medallion is made from a 2″ wide by 24″ long strip of paper. The medium-sized medallions are made from a strip of DSP that is 1 1/2″ wide by 12″ long. The smallest medallions are made from strips that are 1″ wide by 12″ long. All strips are scored at 1/4″ intervals and the folded accordion style. To make scoring these strips easy and quick, I used our Simply Scored Scoring Tool (#122334). This product comes with everything you’ll need: the base with 1/8 ” marks, 3 place markers, and a stylus. Extra place markers and stylus are available to purchase.
I made these while I was watching a movie on TV. I’ll show you the finished flower pot later.