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TEABAG FOLDING Origami Dahlia Flower Using Scraps!

Hey friends, last week I shared a fun tutorial showing you how to make a Dahlia Flower using the Teabag Folding Technique.

TEABAG FOLDING Origami Dahlia Flower Using Scraps!

This is such an addictive technique and it’s quick and easy to do too!

TEABAG FOLDING Origami Dahlia Flower Using Scraps!

You need 8 same-sized circles, which can be any size you like. I used 2″ diameter circles which gives you a 4″ diameter flower. I found this to fit well on a 6 x 6 card blank.

TEABAG FOLDING Origami Dahlia Flower Using Scraps!

I find double-sided paper works best and something that has a detailed pattern one side and something plainer on the other.

TEABAG FOLDING Origami Dahlia Flower Using Scraps!

SUPPLIES USED TO MAKE THESE CARDS

First Edition, Pick ‘N’ Mix 6 x 6 paper pad available here.

Woodware Oneliners stamp set available here.

Made To Surprise Zig Zag Embossing Folder available here.

Cardmaking Magic Verses stamp set available here.

Crafters Companion Floral Friends stamp set available here.

Please check out my full tutorial below to see how I made them.

I like that you can make these any size you like, for male or female and for any occasion! They look fantastic in Christmas papers.

TEABAG FOLDING Origami Dahlia Flower Using Scraps!

These flowers are dimensional so my envelope boxes would be good to post them in.

These are also great cards for using up your scraps!

TEABAG FOLDING Origami Dahlia Flower Using Scraps!

I added an embossed layer for more texture and dimension.

TEABAG FOLDING Origami Dahlia Flower Using Scraps!

Thank you for stopping by today.

Happy crafting

Sam

xoxo

 

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2 thoughts on “TEABAG FOLDING Origami Dahlia Flower Using Scraps!

  1. Love these cards Sam. I’ve made them before, but in watching your video I can better make them. You’re explanation/directions are much better! Be safe & TYFS

  2. I loved this tutorial Sam. Don’t get me wrong, I love the things you make, but it was so nice to go back to a less fussy card, that is easy to mail. This one I am definitely going to try. I love it.

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