Last week the trade for my monthly downline meeting was anything using one of the spinner pieces.

Liz Fong created this very cute little centerpiece.


Here is a close up of the front.  She inked the stamp with StazOn and colored in with markers.


Here is how she made the Petal Cone into a box.

After you have cut the petal cone, fold down the "petals" so you can see the score marks.  Then place it into your cutter with the score at 2 1/2". I marked the score of mine in black so that you can see it better. You may need to turn this over and score the other side, or it may go through enough.


Fold the side flap and cut a little "V" at the score that you have just made. This will allow the cone to be able to fold.


Then just fold the petals under and the point down and in.  You'll make two of these.


If you want the box to be taller, then score the petal at 3" or whatever would suit your need.

Two of the flowers are  1 3/4" scallop circles folded in half each way.  Then she added an extra fold on two of the sides.  The second flower is the half scallop from the Petal Cone Die folded in half.  Then each half is folded in half again.

Great job, Liz!  Thanks for the fun, fun idea!

Please e-mail me if you have any questions about this project.

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