14 Deluxe Rolled Flower Set – Free Templates Included

Paper Flowers

Rolled flowers are the perfect addition to so many craft projects from shadow boxes, to cards to wall art. I wanted to make another free set of rolled flower SVG templates for everyone.

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This set includes 7 different petal shapes and 2 patterns for each petal shape. One set is uniform throughout the roll and the other set has a slight gradient increasing in size for the outer petals.

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Cardstock – My favorite cardstock for rolled flowers is the Recollections 65lb line with colored cores. Here’s a few of my favorites:

Glue – I use tacky glue. A glue gun works too but I can’t be bothered to get mine out.

Cutting Machine – I use a Cricut. Check out my recommendations for Cricut machines and accessories for beginners for more info.

Templates – All 14 of my templates are free, they are available in SVG, DXF and PNG file formats in my resource library.

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    How to Rolled Paper Flowers

    Step 1: Gather your materials and cut templates

    Step 2: Start the roll with a quilling tool of choice. I actually don’t own any real tools, I just use tweezers or a bobby pin or paper clip to get things started.

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    Step 3: fold the center circle tab and glue the base

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    19 thoughts on “14 Deluxe Rolled Flower Set – Free Templates Included”

    1. Beverly Hunt says:

      Do you have hand cut templates

      • Hi Beverly, I usually have a PNG and/or PDF file with the templates set which are printable. I’ve been meaning to go through and recolor the PNG/PDF format versions of the templates so it minimizes ink but I haven’t had a chance to redo all of them yet.

    2. marisa says:

      How do I find the password to access the SVG’s for the paperflowers?

    3. Jacqui says:

      Hi, how do I download these? I’m wanting to cut them with my Cricut…I have scanned the page over and over but can’t find the download button or link


      • Hi there, All of my templates are available for free in my resource library (see link in menu bar) for my subscribers.

    4. Amanda says:

      Found the link, looks like where you’d download but when opens all of them are like tons of code for like programming. Nothing you could download ??? Help

    5. Melissa says:

      Hi! I’m having the same issue with downloading. It comes up as a bunch of code, no button to click download.

      • Hi there, the actual template file is in my resource library (see link in menu bar).

    6. Lizz says:

      Hello, I would love to try the flowers but cannot seem to find a download button, yes I have been to the resource area, do I need a password? Please tell me how to download that file, thaaanks!!

      • Hi there, yes, you can sign up for the passwd and newsletter at the bottom of every post!

    7. Lizz says:

      Yes, I did see that and got a download BUT they came out weird, all on one page and I don’t know how to get them to work…sorry!

    8. Stephany Marie Rodriguez says:

      Subscribed and downloads are complete! Crafting during quarantine has safed my sanity and your templates, articles and your entire site has saved my life! Mother’s day is only a few days away and going to the store is only for food and other essential needs, so learning the art of rolled flowers helps me with my next best solution for a bouquet! Thank you!!!

      • Aw, thank you for your kind words. Looking forward to crafting with you more 🙂

    9. Kimberly Light says:

      i have signed up twice and still have not received the password

      • Hi there, I’m not sure its possible to sign up twice. Regardless, it looks like the email reached you?! it looks like you were able to open the email at least. The passwd is in every email I send.

    10. Elizabeth Kidd says:

      Hi! Do you have a diagram that shows which template looks like which finished flower?

      • That’s a good idea! I haven’t had time to do that yet…will put it on the list.

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