Here is what it looks like:
Punch out a circle of patterned paper (I used three different sizes: 1 3/4", 1 3/8" and 1 1/4")
Punch a hole in approximately the middle (looks cool if slightly off centre too!) I used a 3/4" and 1/2" punch for the middles.
Wrap twine from the back around the circle through the hole. I used some basic tape runner to hold the ends in place. I used tone-on-tone twine but I'm sure it would look fine with any colour!
Finish it off with a brad in the centre. I'll be honest, my punched holes were slightly too big for my brads! I just did this on the fly so should have checked my brads FIRST! But, I'm nothing if not quick to fix or cover a mistake :) So I punched a slightly larger circle from the same patterned paper, put the brad through that and adhered THAT to the back or front of the first circle. Voila, can hardly tell I goofed :)
Here they are all done. My blue brad was big enough to cover the hole so I put the red fix-it-circle behind and the yellow one in front so they were all just slightly different.
I hand cut the leaves from some scrap green lined paper I had laying on the ground (no really!) and then bent them in half before I adhered them to give a bit of dimension. And of course, I inked the edged of EVERYTHING cause I am NOT capable of NOT doing that :) It's like naked buttons. I can't do it.
Have a scrappy day! Hope you enjoyed.
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