Friday, April 15, 2011
How to make layered dimensional flowers
I have a fun new project for you, including a video tutorial and a free cutting file to go along with it! I love the look of the distressed paper flowers you see on a lot of projects, so I decided to design my own. This is the result, I hope you like it! You can click on the pic below to download the free cutting file in MTC, SVG and PDF format, then watch the video below to learn how to put the flowers together. And don't forget, I always love to see what you make with my files. Enjoy!
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I love making 3D flowers very cool thank you for sharing :)ReplyDelete
Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [16 Apr 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, MariaReplyDelete
Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Cricut Freebies Search List, under the Flowers post on Apr. 16, 2011. Thanks again.ReplyDelete
This is just beautiful!! Thanks for sharing your creativity once again! *Hugs*ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing and making a tutorial for this flower, I like it a lot!ReplyDelete
Wonderful,thank you very much for sharing this. And yout tutorial was really interesting.ReplyDelete
Just had a thought--wondering how much quicker this would work if the entire piece of cardstock (white core) were sanded here and there FIRST, cleaned off so no residue is left behind and THEN run through the cutter! That would save some time trying to distress all the individual layers. Going to go try this and will report back with results!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing!
@JH Schott, that would work too, just depends how particular you are about which parts of your project you like sanded. I always like a little extra on the edges, but you could do that afterwards as well. Will be interested to hear how it turns out! :-)ReplyDelete
Love the flower. Great video. Thank you so muchReplyDelete
Thankyou for the video and the file to download.ReplyDelete