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Four Free Rolled Paper Flower Silhouette Design Files

It's Freebie Friday and since we're (finally) heading into spring I thought I'd share a few of my favorite rolled paper flower designs with you!


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I am so excited to have partnered up with Dawn from Creative Appliques and Kristin from Printable Cuttable Creatables.  Both of these very talented ladies are Silhouette U contributing designers and now have designed several 3D rolled paper flower design files for Silhouette School readers!


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I love this rolled rose design from Printable Cuttable Creatables. I just adore the detail in the leaves!!
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Silhouette School readers can download the 3D Paper Rose file free from Kristin's shop until March 17 using the code FREE3DROSE at checkout. You can also add on the commercial use file!

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After you download the paper flower design, just cut it with your Silhouette machine and roll it up. Wanna know my secret for rolling paper flowers...a drill! For real.

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Dawn has created a set of rolled paper flower designs for Silhouette School readers. Aren't they pretty?! They're all in her shop, Creative Cuts SVG, and available for free for a limited time.


 It's amazing how the different shapes of the petals really change the look of the flowers.


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Grab the free roll paper flower designs from Creative Appliques and Printable Cuttable Creatables now.

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15 comments

  1. Thanks for the rolled flower cut files.

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  2. So I downloaded the one from Printable Cuttable Creatables and I have tried several way to get it to my silhouette program and I can't....I exported it but that is as far as I can get....it opens with my paint or in a new internet page but I cant get it to conect with my silhouette no matter what I try.....HELP

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  3. Thank you to you talented ladies! The flowers are beautiful!

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  4. I am fairly new at the silhouette and have only cut vinyl. Could someone please tell me what type, weight etc that I should be buying to make these?

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  5. Oh I love 3D flowers! Love these free cutting files. Thank You! And..... Thanks for the tips how to roll them in a jiffy with drill :) never though of using handdrill to make life easier :D:D

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  6. thank you for coordinating this with Creative Cuts. Often the freebies aren't flowers so this is a nice change!

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  7. Thank you for these awesome flowers this is just what I needed :)

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  8. Those are fun! Thanks for the share!

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  9. Cute - thank you for the post! Can you tell me what kind of paper you used for the flowers?

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  10. I'm not able to use the link provided to access the free 3D paper rose file. It gives me an error message that I am Forbidden and don't have permission to access the page. Was really hoping to download this file.

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  11. Thank you very much! What kind and or brand of paper is best to use with these?

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  12. Can download the 3 flower files. Has anyone else had this issue?

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