New Flower and Border Cut Files

Good Afternoon!

I’m taking a break from my Halloween projects and The Shabby Tea Room had the perfect inspiration photo yesterday of Fall Flowers, we had to use the colours from the photo and incorporate lots of flowers. I considered using one of my existing cut files but thought, na, I’ll make a new one. I’ve gone for a rose feel with my petals giving them wavy edges and giving you a 3 and 4 petaled versions to add some irregularity and dimension. I added some rose shaped leaves for you too and I even made some matching borders which echo the wavy edges of the petals. I hope you like them :)

I chose 2 floral patterned papers from GCDs Lydia Collection, I cut them into 1 3/4 inch squares and stitched them onto some beige card. I cut 2 of the borders and popped some more of the floral paper on top and stitched around. This is my first stitched card with my new machine, ok it’s not perfect but it could be worse, right? I cut several of the 3 and 4 petal flower shapes in different sizes, I rounded them from the reverse side on a soft stamping pad then popped a brad through the middle. I creased the leaves down the middle before tucking behind the flower and gluing into place.

flowers 6 card

Here are your cut files – formats included are ai, dxf, GSD, pdf & svg:

(click on the links below the images to download)

Flowers 6

Flowers 6 Digital Cutting Files by Bird

Wavy border

Wavy Border Digital Cutting Files by Bird

27 thoughts on “New Flower and Border Cut Files

  1. Jeanette

    Your card is beautiful. Thank you for sharing, I’m going to have to give the 3-D flower a try.

  2. Nicole

    gorgeous card:-) I love the color of your flower!! and thanks for sharing the files, I am going to give that rose a try for sure!

  3. Jaccards

    Great as usual, going to love trying these flowers – I do love your site – can you tell us what paper/card you used??

    1. Bird Post author

      The flower was made from some 200gsm textured card from Dovecraft, I used one of those cake making tools with the big rounded end on the reverse to give it shape, I was really quite rough with it but it held up fine.

  4. char

    What a pretty and bright card I love it!! Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful card this week at The Shabby Tea Room :-)

  5. cricutalltime

    This is so gorgeous!love the border and the big flower.cute colors you used for the card.Thank you for giving us free files and posting projects with your files.Thank you for the insipiration.

  6. Nelda

    I love your site and am a follower. I have a small following on my blog and reviewed your site this week. Thanks so much for your projects, ideas, and cutting files!

  7. CANDI

    Just found your site and I can’t thank you enough for your inspiration and files. I have a Cameo coming soon and I can not wait to utilize your creations!

  8. Cindy Chadwick

    Thank you for sharing this beautiful flower. Since I don’t own a Cricut machine, I will hand cut this flower gladly.

  9. Beverley

    Love the flower card, Bird. The colors are gorgeous and the stitching makes it look like a bit of patchwork quilt. Thanks for sharing the beautiful files :)

  10. BETTY

    Beautiful card lovely colours and great stitching.
    Thank you for sharing your files and projects, its so kind of you to do so and they are brilliant.
    Hugs Betty x x

  11. Jacqui

    Such a beautiful card! I just had to download the pdf, I don’t have a machine for the cut files so will try and do by hand. Thanks so much for sharing. :)

  12. Craftymum1

    Thank you so much for the lovely designs that you share with everyone. They are really gorgeous and very much appreciated.
    Many thanks

    1. Bird Post author

      Your rose is absolutely stunning! I’m going to have to study your picture to see how you made it as it is so realistic, you’re so clever!

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