The punch on the left I just got, and it makes a rolled flower as shown here. The other punch is a normal size EK Success border punch. While I like the look of the flower that this new punch makes, it is not good for mailing at all. It stands up too tall.
So I racked my brain a bit, and come up with this flower using the same punch. Quite different, but much flatter for mailing. So here's how it's made.
Punch any length with the punch, mine is 8 1/2" This punch will also leave a 1/4" border at the bottom. If using a regular border punch, trim your's to 1/4" Start folding the strip as shown. I also cut a 1 1/4" circle and applied some super tacky adhesive. This will be used to attach your strips on.
Punch 2 more strips and start folding them in the same way, except make the folds smaller than the one before. I used 3 strips on my flower.
Once your strips are all folded, overlap the two ends and glue in place. I used a glue pen, but any glue should work. The second flower in this pic is what yours should look like after folding and gluing. It's not flat I know, but push down your flower and crease the folds good, and you will have a flat piece like the third one shown.
Now, start layering each one on your circle. You may need to add more adhesive for the last one.
This is what it should look like with all three strips. The center isn't very attractive, so I added a large button. The purple flower here is from the punch shown above, and the one on my card is a Martha Stewart border punch. So any one will work really, just make sure your folds keep getting smaller on the 3 strips!