Hello everyone! I was inspired by May Park's rolled felt flowers using our Flower Circles Die to make my card for today. I used patterned paper instead of felt and thought I should share a few tricks I've learned for conditioning paper to make it easier to roll. wfc-rolled-flowers-thankful-card 1. Choose a few patterned paper you like. Diecut with the biggest scalloped circle die from Flower Circles Die. wfc-rolled-flowers-thankful-card-step-1 2. Slice the scalloped circle diecut open and use the end of a paint brush to shape it into a spiral shape. We call this "conditioning the paper". wfc-rolled-flowers-thankful-card-step-2 3. Wrap the conditioned paper on your finger tip to help shape it into a flower. wfc-rolled-flowers-thankful-card-step-3 4. Lay the rolled flower loose on your table and glue the loose end to the body. wfc-rolled-flowers-thankful-card-step-4 5. Use the end of a paint brush again to roll the tips of the petals out for a more realistic look. wfc-rolled-flowers-thankful-card-step-5 6. Apply liquid glue to the edges and press down firmly on your surface. Hold until the glue is dry. wfc-rolled-flowers-thankful-card-step-6 7. Adhere a foam dot to the back of a enamel dot for the flower center. wfc-rolled-flowers-thankful-card-step-7 Easy peasy, right? wfc-rolled-flowers-thankful-card-closeup I hope that you are inspired to give it a try! I love it when a die can help me make dimensional embellishments. Flower Circles Die is now back in stock! Thank you for stopping by! Happy Crafting!