We all love using flowers on our layouts, cards and other projects and I in particular love making my own, especially when they're easy! And this demo, is easy, here is what you will need, your paper, compass, pencil and scissors. The edge distresser is optional and I tend not to use it, you'll see why :-
Using your compass and pencil draw six circles, starting with the largest size you require and slightly reducing each one thereafter. Then, cut the circles out (it doesn't have to be neat) and spritz with plenty of water and/or coloured mists.
Once they're completely soaked, scrunch them up into tiny little pieces - be rough!!
Then, open each piece out and using your nails, scratch the edges to distress them. If you prefer not to do this, use your edge distresser on the circles before you wet them.
Once you're done with all circles, glue each layer on top of each other and allow to dry. Once dry, you can still scrunch the layers a little bit more. Your finished flower should look something like this - I've used a Prima flower centre in the middle and its ready to use on a card/layout/whatever!
Easy as pie! :)