New…Rolled Flower

Hey Guys!

I have a couple of cut files for you today, a rolled flower and the scalloped card base then thought why not add the digi sentiment too. Rolled flowers have been on my list for a while now and had to give myself a kick up the bum to finally gave it a go, it was a bit fiddly and time consuming but I’m glad I have one done and I have a few more planned which should be a lot quicker too. I needed a scalloped card to follow this weeks sketch at Card Patterns, I would normally use a Spellbinders die but I wanted this bad boy to be approx 6 inches square so I made a scalloped card base cut file. The card base has a looped edge but you can just remove those insert cuts to get a solid scalloped card as I have here.

The flowers have alot of dimension, to bring some more depth to the card, I ruffled some half inch satin ribbon and popped my sentiment frame up onto 3D foam pads. My final touch was to add some pearls to the middle of my flowers. I enjoyed making this card even though the dimension of it took me well out of my comfort zone, I hope you will have fun using these cut files too :)

rolled flower 1 birthday card

rolled flower 1 birthday card b

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

(click on the link below the images to download)

rolled flower 1

Rolled Flower 1 Digital Cutting File by Bird

scallop loop circle card

Scallop Loop Circle Card Digital Cutting File by Bird

Here is your digi sentiment:

(click on the image to expand before saving to your computer)

birthday wishes 2

 

68 thoughts on “New…Rolled Flower

  1. Candy

    Oh Bird, lovely card! Thank you Thank you Thank you for the rolled flowers. I have been tempted to purchase a diecut for rolled flowers, because I haven’t been able to master them on my own. I thank you so much for your generosity. ~Candy :-)

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  2. sal

    this is really pretty and makes me want to get stuck in and make it, sadly my space is under attack by the spring cleaning bug, once again thank you for a lovely and generous freebie

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  3. Sasha

    These are right up my street, Bird. I love to make rolled flowers and yours are gorgeous!!
    Thank you once again for your fabulous creative files, digi’s, and of course, your generosity…which is very much appreciated:) x

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  4. Mona

    I just found your site today. Thank you so much for your generosity. It is truly very kind of you to share these files and your beautiful art.

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  5. Lisa

    .·:*¨·••·¨*:· Thanks.·:*¨·••·¨*:·
    for the nice sntiment and the cutfile.
    Thanks for sharing creative project with us.such an inspiration to me.You are so sweet and generous to share you talent with us and I am very happy and thankful that you do!!Bless you, your time, hard work and your amazing talent I wish you many more creative years of inspiration!!Keep,up the fantastic work.take care of yourself and stay warm.have a marvelous Day
    hugs snowbird

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  6. Diane

    Thank you!! I bought the spellbinders die finally, but it does have it’s limits. I have to try the flower soon. They always look good and yours are great. Thanks for the digi image too.

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  7. Sandy L

    What a lovely card! Thank you so very much for the files. I was so lucky – I received a Silhouette for Christmas and I’m so excited to try it! Thank you again!

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  8. Nicole

    I was just working on some rolled flowers the other day. I like how you varied the size of the petals on your flower file:-) also love the scalloped circle!

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  9. pam

    Thanks, I’ve been wanting to try rolled flowers, yours are gorgeous! Now i won’t have to purchase a die to make them. Much appreciated!

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  10. KRAFTY KAREN

    Pat I just used some of your files to make a card and a flower as well as a banner!
    It’s amazing! Thank you so much!!
    I will be blogging tomorrow and will of course link back to you.
    Thank you again. Your card is beautiful by the way.xx

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  11. Charlene

    You have such wonderful cutting files and one day I will actually have a machine to use them :D But I wanted to thank you very much for the beautiful Birthday Sentiment.

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  12. sally price

    Hi i know i’m a bit late for this page but thankyou for putting all of your work out for us crafters, my robo loves you its never been so busy, my computer is not so keen with me clogging more files onto it it’s worried about the size of its butt. lol

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