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This is the zinnia from Giant Flowers. I cut this flower out at 4" and it measures about 5 x 5 when just sitting. it did have more work to do on it ,curling all the petals. Don't use heavy cardstock, especially when you are flipping or curling the paper as it doesn't curl as well. [Richelle]

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This is the Lotus Flower. I cut it out at 3.5" and it measured about 5" I cut this one out on a heavier cardstock because I love this red cardstock, it's a red linen stock which made it hard to get the petals into the base. I think it was just a little too thick of a cardstock. They did go in, but I hot glued the petals to the base so they wouldn't keep falling out. I would recommend not using a thick cardstock on these flowers. Heavy text weight papers seem to work a lot better. [Richelle]

These flowers really are large. Here are the largest size for each of the different flowers. Daisy - 18.5” Lotus - 16” Rose - 15” Poppy - 18” Peony - 13” Ashley - 18” Pansy - 18” Zinnia- 18” Hibiscus - 16”

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