|I used vellum on this one. Gorgeous!|
|Here's one using old book pages. I use a scalloped circle punch for this and love the results.|
Here are a few photos of how I glued the little circles onto another little circle. You can use anywhere from 10 to 16 or 18 circles, depending on how tight you want the flower.
|Fold your 16 circles in half - cut an extra 1" circle and draw 4 quarters on it with a pen.|
|Put a pinch of hot glue on the corner of the folded circle (see below picture), with the folded side UP. Lay the folded circle, fold to the left, on the first vertical line so that the circle portion is on the right of the line.|
|Put glue on your next circle. Always be sure the fold is UP. Then place it inside of the first folded circle, so that the bottom points meet each other.|
|These are nice and flat - easy to put on a card that is being mailed.|
|I have some of my paper rosettes for sale in My Etsy shop here.|
Have fun making some of these darling circle pinwheel flowers. The gal in the video glued each one to the end of a decorative straw, to make a pretty little bunch of flowers.