Rosette Best Wishes

Hello There!

I’ve been having a good clear out of my crafting stash for the last few days, yup it took that long! I had stuff that I haven’t used for years and I’m certain I wouldn’t use again as the craft supplies I use now are very different from the ones I used to use so out it went. I’ve condensed my stash down quite a bit and tidied and re-organised as I went, wishful thinking I know but I suspect it won’t last for long hehe.

So, my goodies for you today are 2 paper packs in medium and large polka dots pastels and a cut file including 4 different rosette strips, one of each of the rosette strip designs and both paper packs feature in my card today. The rosette strips have scalloped and zig-zag edges, all you need to do is score down vertically in-between each scallop (or zig zag point) then fold along all scores, add tape to the ends to make a tube then form the circle by bringing the straight edge to the middle and gluing onto a circle of card stock. You can then add any embellishment to the center to cover the join, brads or buttons work great for this, my choice were some lovely pink-y coloured gem brads for today’s card.

I went for a pink and blue colour scheme for my card today, I’ve been feeling in a pastel mood of late for some reason and I followed a sketch from card patterns for my layout.

rosette best wishes card

Here are your paper packs:

(click on the links below the images to open the pdf)

polka dots

Polka Dots Digital Paper Pack by Bird

large dots

Large Dots Digital Paper Pack by Bird

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

(click on the link below the image to download)

rosette strips 1

Rosette Strips 1 Digital Cutting Files by Bird

17 thoughts on “Rosette Best Wishes

  1. cricutalltime

    love your cards.really cute rosettes.i will be using your freebies thank you for your hard work.

  2. Sue Kment

    Thanks so much. I saw the link to this on the silhouette yahoo group-just what I wanted! I love your blog and thank you so much for sharing!

  3. Natalie

    Hey there! Thank you so very much for your generosity. You are incredibly talented, and I want to be you when I grow up! Can you please tell me how far apart the scoring is on these rosettes? Thanks

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