All you need to make these are some craft tweezers and the scallop circle punch. Take your craft scissors and cut into the scallop punch creating a pinwheel.
Now with your tweezers, grab the end of the pinwheel and twist the paper around the tweezer head working until you get to the center. Place a glob of tombow glue on the circle base of your pinwheel. Hold the flower to the center base as you release your tweezers. Don't be afraid if your flower "opens up" & becomes bigger. If you want a "tighter" rose don't allow it to open. Apply pressure for about a minute until the glue holds your flower in place. Apply to your card base with tombow glue as well.
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