Rolled Flower 2

Hiyah!

I have another rolled flower cut file for you today, I promised some more of them :). I went with a daisy style this time and kept the outer petals larger than the ones in the middle but it’s more of a subtle graduation this time, it looked more natural when it was finished. I know it’s a while til Mothers Day but I have a Mothering Sunday sentiment for you too today.

I was feeling brave when I made this card, can you tell by the colour scheme? I just love this paper (GCD – Chic Bebe) but its no shrinking violet so I just had to go with it, I pulled all manner of apple green items from my stash then played around til I was happy.

I stitched my paper onto white card, straight edges look naked to me now without stitching on them;) I printed my sentiment onto textured card and cut with Labels Eighteen and layered on top of Labels Five with a few pearls. My Lace came gathered so I gathered my ribbon to match and nestled my leaves from Branches 1 and rolled flowers between the ribbon and the labels.

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Here is a close up of my flowers, I curled the outer petals outwards then popped a pearl in the middle of each flower and curled the petals around the pearl inwards slightly.

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

(click on the link below the image to download)

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Rolled Flower 2 Digital Cutting File by Bird

Here is your digi sentiment:

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

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I have at least one more design of rolled flowers to come, I hope you like them and have as much fun making them as I do :)

29 thoughts on “Rolled Flower 2

  1. Sasha

    Another fabulous flower!! I love it Bird, and can’t wait to make one. Thank you so much! You really are so creative, talented and very generous!! x

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  2. Lisa C

    What an incredible card and the flower is fabulous! I just walked through your blog and you are so generous AND talented! Thank you so much for sharing your beauty with us!

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  3. Phyllis

    Hello, Bird.

    I am a little like the writer just ahead of me. I just spent a good deal of time going through your blog, looking at your many beautiful creations, copying some of your files, and feeling a bit guilty not paying you for your work! Wow! You are beyond generous! I will certainly be thinking about you with every rolled flower I make, like the one you have shared with us above. Please accept my sincerest thanks!

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  4. Sue

    Good morning Bird. Wow, you’ve outdone yourself with this exquisite daisies. I just love the sentiment too. I’ve never thought of Mother’s day in this terminology, but it is just perfect. You should be proud of your work with that brilliant green; I would be petrified to try to match it without a patterned piece, but you did an excellent job. As the people before me have said, thank you so very much for your generosity and for sharing your talent. Your truly a great person! Sue

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  5. Sue

    I should learn to proof before posting. It was suppose to read “these exquisite daisies” not “this”. Sorry, I just get so excited with your posting… Sue

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  6. Jaccards

    FabUlous – you must have the patience of a saint to do these designs – I love them and look forward to more unusual and different flower designs

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  7. Candy

    Bird, thanks for sharing another beautiful creation with us as well as feebie. I love these rolled flowers and thanks to your svg files I can make them now. :-)

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  8. Faith A

    WOW this is awesome, I love your files it’s so generous of you to share them, when I saw this cut file, all I could think was – glad I didn’t haver to cut it by hand LOL I shall try this soon.

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  9. Mazanne

    Beautiful card and thanks for making this cutting file. I’ve tried to do make it myself with no success. I can’t wait to use it!! I love you site and all your work!! So much inspiration!!

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