In this layout I used Prima's new paper, the Shabby Chic and Flights of Fancy collection. Love all their new paper!! There's some Basic Grey Origins brads, rub-on and journaling diecuts, Jenni Bowlin button, and a fabric embellishment from Webster's Pages in there too. The other two flowers I made myself. The little green ruffle one is really easy to make.
Take a piece of ribbon, at least 12 inches, and with a threaded needle, run a gathering stitch down the center. Pull it up tight, check to see if this is enough ribbon used to make a round flower, if not, stitch a bit more. It really depends on the thickness and type of ribbon, how much you will need. Once you have the desired amount, gather it tight and secure both ends together. I used a large brad from Basic Grey for the center, poking it through a small cardstock circle, that I made smaller than the ribbon, so you can't see it. I used glue dots on the circle to secure it to the ribbon. This is a great way to use up bits of ribbon!
Take care, and have a great Thursday.