In this crazy military life we lead, we have become experts at saying, “See you later,” rather than goodbye. Chances are, you’ll run into each other again somewhere, sometime. Or at least you can pretend you will and avoid lots of tears.
I CASEd it from a Handmade magazine and it uses a sentiment from a Stampin’ Up! retired set. I was mostly intrigued by these flowers and wanted to try them. To make them, cut a rough, wavy edged circle about 2” in diameter (you can freehand it; it’s very rough). Then cut a wobbly spiral into the center. Again, rougher is better. Starting in the center, just roll it up.
When one was rolled to my satisfaction, I put a dot of hot glue on a nonstick mat (or a nonstick pan will work) and stuck the rolled flower into it. This is a pretty small piece. I think the opening in the frame is only 3”x3″. It’s a great way to use up scraps of DSP, too.
I hope you don’t have to say goodbye to any amazing friends anytime soon, but if you do, here’s a way to send a little piece of you with them!