I started with the Floriano Punch from McGill. I punched 3 flowers.
On two of the flowers, I made a cut to the center, pulled one petal over the other, and glued them together.
On the third flower, I cut one petal off completely, pulled one petal over the other, and glued them together.
This is what the three flowers should now look like:
You do not need the petal that you removed.
Next, ink the edges of all of the flower petals. I used the same color, but I think a contrasting color would be very pretty.
Now, curl the edges of the petals. I used a pen that was sitting on my table.
Trim the bottom of one of your 4 petal flowers. This will help it sit better on your project. Once you have done that, glue (I used Liquid Glass from Close To My Heart®) your two 4-petal flowers together, one on top of the other, but off-set. This way, you see eight petals.
Take your 3-petal piece and trim the back of it as well. It will sit better in the flower center. Use a little more Liquid Glass and attach this piece to the center. Add a pearl for the center, and you are done!
Your flower is ready for your card or project!