new flower template that I doodled.
Edited to Add: there are SVGs/cutting files added now.
to share for free with everybody, I'd be ever so thankful.
Wish I could figure out how to do that, already! :o)
Good thing I like the meditative task of cutting by hand,
Do you use a cutting machine or good old scissors?
of the template all made up:
the black one:
the fringed white one:
The white flowers have a soft flocked texture because they're
made with cardstock that I covered with Golden's Light Molding Paste
and then texturized with a wooden Batik block.
The black flower is made from Core-dinations cardstock.
6-petal Ornate Flower:
(There are 15 graduated flower sizes.
The circles are all sized for matching flower centers, in case you
would like to use them as a guide for circle punches or cut by hand)
Download the PDF version here
Download the PNG version here
Download the JPEG version here
Note: How to save these (at acrobat.com):
1) Click the PDF links (in large letters above)
2) It will take you to the particular file in my account on Acrobat.com. (It may need a minute to load so that you can see the file).
3) Click the little download button (left, top of the screen).
Here are a variety of cutting files
for you to choose from:
A huge shout out to Tracy, Lisa, Michelle, Sally, and Teri
who made these cutting files to share with all of us.
I'm overwhelmed by your generosity, Ladies & can't thank you enough!
MELSTAMPZ- 6 Petal Ornate Flower.svg
MELSTAMPZ-Single 6 Petal Ornate Flower.svg
Thank You, Tracy!
6 petal ornate flower templateSVGFILE.svg
6 Petal Ornate Flower BY Mel Stampz.scut2
Thank You, Lisa!
Thank You, Sally!
Thank You, Michelle!
For Silhouette & Pazzle:
MELSTAMPZ- 6 Petal Ornate Flower.studio
MELSTAMPZ- 6 Petal Ornate Flower.WPC
Thank You, Teri!
How to save them:
When you click the cut file links, you will be
taken to acrobat.com where you will see a grey screen
with a message (explaining the lack of preview image):
It will say this:
Just click the download button at the top left:
...in order to save whichever file you want.
Here's a closer view of that download button:
It will ask you to choose a location, then you can simply hit "save"
Hope they work for you.
If you make one,
I'd love to see it! :o)
I'd be delighted to send any of them to you in an email.
Hope you like it, and that you're
having a great week,