|Lay the paper over a sort of sharp thing, and make it look the picture below. A really dull pencil might work. It needs to not be very sharp, so it doesn't tear the paper.|
|This is what it looks like after cutting, and all spread out.|
|Outline the flower with a thick hot pink sharpie, then lightly go over the bumps with the same.|
|I was intending to use glue dots for these flowers, but it urns out they don't stick very well to this sort of paper, so I went the old-fashioned way and used a needle and thread! Which probably looks better than if I hadn't.|
|A scribbly border.|
|I guess it's suppose to look something like music notes?|
|I love this font. It's another one from Cardmaker's Hand-lettering Workbook.|
Here's a secret: I actually didn't use paper from a book. What I did was copy the pages of a book on our copy machine, but used that type of paper so it looked like the pages of a book. The only reason I did that instead of use a real book was that I didn't want to take the book apart.