Merely punch eight large scallop circles from card stock or dsp. I used So Saffron designer series paper (retired, but similar paper contained in the Subtles Patterns Designer Series Paper Stack). Ink up the edges. Spread pieces out on a waterproof surface and spritz with water until damp. Then wad each one up in a tight ball; gently open the wads and let them dry. Stack them and insert a brad in the center. You can use a small brad for a carnation effect or you can use a Jumbo Brad, like I did. Note: I stamped the brad using Staz-On ink. Once the brad is inserted, fluff up the layers until you get the effect you want. Make sure the flower is completely dry before adhering to your card. Or put a clasp on the back to wear it as a pin.
Here is a side view. You will probably want to ship this card in a dvd case or a padded envelope. Or hand deliver it.
So Saffron card stock, 105118, $6.95, 24 sheets, 8½" x 11"
Cajun Craze card stock, 119684, $6.95, 24 sheets, 8½" x 11"
Patterns Designer Series Paper Stack, Subtles, 117152, $19.95, 40 sheets, 12" x 12"
Certainly Celery card stock, 105125, $6.95, 24 sheets, 8½" x 11"
Whisper White card stock, 100730, $8.50, 40 sheets, 8½" x 11"
Cajun Craze Classic Stampin' Pad, 119671, $5.95
2-3/8" Scallop Circle Punch, 118874, $16.95
5/8" Neutrals Jumbo Brads, 112533, $6.95, 32 brads
Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine, 113439, $99.95
Framed Tulips Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, 121809, $7.95
Little Leaves Sizzlits Die, 114511, $5.50
Beautiful Wings Embosslits Die, 118138, $11.195
Fabulous Phrases stamp set, W 117002, $37.95; C 120501, $26.95