Start by stamping your image onto a complimentary color of cardstock. For the purposes of this tutorial, I used a contrasting color, to see easier. Then punch with the scallop punch, centering the center "6 petal" flower. The innermost ring has 3 petals, the next has 6.
With a handheld 1/8" punch, punch the very tips of each of the 6 petals. Also punch the center. Then, using the paper piercing tool, pierce the decorative holes in each of the "petals" of the scallop.
Thread a large blunt needle with about 15" of taffeta ribbon. Come through the center, FROM THE BACK, and secure very end with a bit of SNAIL.Next put the needle through one of the outsite holes, pulling loosely. Then back up through the center until all six petals are formed. You will need to use your fingers and manipulate the ribbon to face the direction you want it to. I loop mine around my finger as I pull it through.
After the last "petal", trim the end and secure on the back with SNAIL. Then push a brad through the center and open to secure. I have also glued a half pearl in the center, depending on the look I am going for. Then you can embellish with a hat pin or not, and stick it wherever. It looks great layered on top of the full size flower image! Try this, and feel free to post a link in the comments section, so that we can all take a peek at YOURS! Good luck!, Jennifer