Need Quick Help Please! Blossom Cutter/veiner

Decorating By apesusi Updated 25 Apr 2011 , 10:09pm by DianeLM

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apesusi Posted 21 Apr 2011 , 3:38pm
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I need to order a blossom cutter/veiner this morning since I need it asap and I have been searching and can't find what I'm looking for.

What cutter/veiner was used for this flower?

All the cutter's I've seen are just a 5 petal cutter, but they don't overlap like this. Or how can I achieve this look with a regular 5 petal cutter? What veiner would be best? I've seen some with lots of lines on it, but this one looks like it only has 1 line down the center...

Thanks for your help!!

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sharinSharon Posted 25 Apr 2011 , 8:43pm
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Have you tried looking on Scott Clark Woolley's site? he seems to have quite a variety of cutters and veineers that work together. i just ordered what i needed for 5 different flowers and I saw that he had 2 separate sets of blossom cutters - AND he got me my order in 2 days! Just type in his name and his site will pop up. It is a little tedious to get thru, but worth looking at. thumbs_up.gif

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DianeLM Posted 25 Apr 2011 , 10:09pm
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You can use a five-petal cutter like this one . Press into a veiner. Use a ball tool to spread the petals and coax them to overlap. Let them set up in little cup shaped formers. If they don't overlap the way you want, use an Xacto knife to make a slit between the petals before using the ball tool.

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