The art of Paper folding and cutting is certainly not new, I suppose that paper crafting is a real love of mine, and I want to show you how easy it is to create beautiful dogwood blossoms out of something so simple: paper.
White card stock
hole punch (standard)
~Fold your squares into quarters, using the bone folder to get nice and crisp folds.
~Open the square back up, and fold corner to corner, just using your hand to crease, this gives a softer look to the petals
~Fold the paper back into a square, hold the square on the diagonal, cut the "corners" off, creating a teardrop shape
~Open your paper to reveal your almost dogwood!
...and a whole bunch more....
When you've finally cut out as many as you want, it's time to make it look real!
I glued some onto the branch but, I really liked just laying them around too!
I just loved how it turned out!! I gotta tell you, it was addicting!! Cut and fold and crease and cut and fold and crease and...........