Rolled Flower 3 (Rolled Roses)

Good Evening!

I have another addition to my rolled flowers, this time it’s a rolled rose, cool huh? You may have noticed that the petal shapes match my ‘flat’ flower shapes that’s because they are the very petals I used to make my rolled flowers so you can chose whether to make your 3D flowers from my individual flower shapes or from the rolled ones, the outcome will be fairly similar but if you ask me the rolled ones are easier and quicker :) This is my last rolled flower for a while, I picked 3 to create and share to give you the most variation ’til I make more. I do have my next cut file ready to go which I am excited about and can’t wait to play with so keep your eyes peeled for that ;)

My followed the Mojo Monday sketch for my layout combined with The Shabby Tea Room’s colour scheme. I decided to make a tag today so I started by die cutting my circles and scalloped circles from patterned paper and some embossed card, I added a die cut border and some ribbon over the joint and popped in an eyelet and some seam binding. I printed my sentiment onto some white card and cut with a Spellbinders label die and added some drops of pearlescent glue. I gave my rolled flower petals some shape with an embossing stylus and a soft stamping pad then rolled up and popped on top of some hand cut leaves.

roses are red tag

Here’s a close up of the flowers (apologies my camera doesn’t photograph reds too well)

rolled flower 3 tag

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

(click on the link below the image to download)

rolled flower 3

Rolled Flower 3 Digital Cutting File by Bird

Here is your digi sentiment:

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

roses are red

41 thoughts on “Rolled Flower 3 (Rolled Roses)

  1. Lisa

    thank you for the sentiment and cutfile.
    i like your valentinetag a lot.thank you for the inspieration.
    have a lovley day and stay warm
    hugs lisa

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  2. Pat Hall

    I have not had a chance to make a rolled flower yet. But I sure want to. Your cards are beautiful when you use them. So thanks for sharing your great files.

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  3. Phyllis B.

    Love your tag! Another beautiful flower and cutting file… Especially like your close-up…the petals look like icing roses on a cake…good enough to eat! Thanks again so very much! Can’t wait to use them on a Valentine!

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  4. Diane

    Thank you I love the flowers,I just have to be brave and use the program to cut them. Thank you for the insperation

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  5. Sue

    Bird this is a beautiful tag and you are so creative. What kind of paper did you use for the roses? It looks like vellum but thicker and what a beautiful shade of red. The sentiment is so great. Thank you so very, very much for sharing this with us. Sue

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  6. Caryn S.

    Thanks so much for sharing this, I was hoping the third you posted would be a rose! I also would love to know what sort of paper you use to make these. I tried the first two flowers you posted using cardstock; it worked well for the daisy type but was a little too unyielding for the peony type. I’m going to guess it will probably be a bit too inflexible for this as well.

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  7. Jeannie

    Oh my goodness, just discovered your site and I LOVE it! You do beautiful work and thank you so much for the free files. I am definitely following you now :)

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  8. Shirley

    I have to tell you this is the best tutorial and thank you so much for the cut files. I can hardly wait to get out to my shop to give these a try.

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