I hope you have all been having fun trying new things or just crafting in general.
firstly you have to cut out the template and fold the flaps (if that is the correct terminology), and all four sections in I don't currently own a scoring board, so have to do it free hand just takes a little longer is all.
I had to make a little slit in the main part of the template, as I stuck
the long piece of the spout before I realised I had folded it wrong,
and the red tape didn't want to budge so stayed with it and improvised.
You wouldn't normally fold it in half, each part folds at the end of the rectangle, makes it look 3D.
To make the flower bellow I used two different sized flower punches.
With the large flower punch I punched 4 with two different although complimenting papers from the rose garden collection.
With the smaller punch I cut 7 with the same paper. It was the same as one of the larger flowers as there was a lot more colour difference in the particular design .
To assemble the paper flower I stacked the large flowers (yellow then pink) while offsetting each one.
I did the same with the smaller flowers, then distressed the edges of all the layers and finished of with a pearl gem.
To glue everything on I used UHU Power glue as it is clear drying, and if it seeps out the edges a little just wait for it to go tacky and it rubs away.You can use the glue designed for crafter's although I feel, the only differences are the price and smell.
Just to add the paper pack was free in Quick Cards Made Easy magazine, but sshhh it's a secret.