This was the punchers and paper scraps that I choose
Use the biggest flower type punch and take 3 or more flowers from the same scrap paper
Then if you like, distress the tips of the flowers, I used the vintage photo distress ink from Ranger.
With a toothpick or a thin round stick curling petals down
The end result should look something like this
in a foam or your mouse pad with a pen that has a completely round end (without protrusions) put pressure on the middle of the flower, it will make the petals stand.
Join the flowers so the petals are misaligned between them and put aside.
Take another piece of paper and with the other punch make two flowers.
Now you have to cut a small triangle between the petals do not go to the flower center.
Here you can see the difference before and after.
Then sprinkle your two flowers with water, is a very light spray, paper is not to get soaked. In mouse foam turn your flowers upside down and use the stylus pressing on each flower petal.
The result should look something like this:
Turn the flowers back to your decorative paper side and return to using the pen, but now in the center of the flower
Now we just have to mount your flowers so that the petals become misaligned, get on top of the first flowers that you did and put the brad in the middle. Then you have your paper flower.