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Stephanie Schütze

Flower Power Card

Hi there,

it’s Stephanie here today and I want to show you a mixed media flower card with Texture Ribbons – Organza from the Donna Salazar With Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® New product line.


I followed the video instructions from Donna Salazar how to create a beautiful Organza Flower on a stick. But at this time I wanted to use that flower on a card And it works very pretty too.

And here is my tutorial how I made it.


1) Cut out some flat flowers, 2 small and 2 bigger flowers and roll up the corners a bit.

2) Roll up the inner flower, like a bud, by getting the opposite sides are glued together with some DODZ™ – Small.

3) Then put this little bud on the second small flower also with a DODZ™ – Small.

4) Curl the bigger flowers.

5) Glue the bigger flowers to each other with a DODZ™ – Medium.

6) You finished your first part, the paper flower rose.

7) If you like you can cut out another paper flower, to make your flower bigger.

This is what I used, a Die I stenciled and embossed and colored with Distress and Gelato.


Now create your organza flower.


8) Cut out 7 stripes of Organza from Donna Salazar, glue the end together and make loops. Use the Crafty Power Tape – 81′. Then gather up the ends and wrap around your Crafty Power Tape – 81′.

9) Place the petals to a flower. You don’t need additional glue because of your Crafty Power Tape – 81′.

10) Adhere your paper flower to your organza flower with a DODZ™ – Medium.

11) Use your heater to crumple the organza and adhere your Organza flower to the big paper flower with a DODZ™ – Medium.


You can also use the Crafty Power Tape – 81′ to adhere your big flower on your cardstock. Now you can decorate it more. I love the 3D Foam Keys from Donna Salazar, so I embossed one of the keys and added it to my card.

Tip: Emboss the 3D Foam Shapes directly on the Foam Sheet. You can replace and apply it better after embossing.


It was such a fun to create this big dimensional flower. Thanks Donna for this great idea!

Have a nice day!

Stephanie 🙂