Zig-Zag Paper Medallion


Today’s card features a paper medallion created using a tea bag folding technique called the zig-zag fold.  Here’s a link to a tutorial by Judy Headrick.  Isn’t this a cool technique?  It’s tedious, but the end result is fabulous!

I used 8 punch-outs from the 2-1/2″ Circle Punch and I pretty much followed the tutorial.  I punched out one more circle from Very Vanilla cardstock and I adhered each of the 8 pieces to the circle as I assembled the paper medallion.  This also made it easier to attach the brad in the center.

The sentiment is from a new stamp set from the upcoming Summer Mini!  Thanks for stopping by today!

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Stamp Sets Happy Greetings
Ink Basic Black
Paper Very Vanilla, Love Letter DSP
Accessories 2-1/2″ Circle Punch, Basic Black 1-1/4″ Striped Grosgrain Ribbon, Neutrals Glimmer Brads, Rhinestone Jewels, Glue Dots, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Paper Piercer, Mat Pack


3 thoughts on “Zig-Zag Paper Medallion”

  1. I am so into these flowers right now too! I made them alot! lol…. you did a wonderful job on this card! Thank you for sharing! I love the polka dots.


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