I created a bunch of free rolled paper flower templates. These free rolled paper flower svg are available in my resource library.
These Cricut rolled flowers are really fun to make and great easy starter projects for paper flower crafts.
I love using rolled paper flowers for wall decorations or even party centerpieces. They look great in a shadow box frame or just by themselves on a blank canvas.
Cricut Free Rolled Flower SVG
Sharing is caring so I’ve made my templates free for everyone. (update: I have since cleaned up my templates and made them more symmetrical so it doesn’t look exactly like this photo, but better:)
I’ve included 12 rolled flower SVG files in this set. These paper flower templates are free for personal use and limited commercial use. (feel free to sell the flowers, please just don’t redistribute the flower svg)
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Materials for Rolled Paper Flower – templates, cricut and cardstock
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Cardstock – I prefer to use cardstock with colored cores for rolled paper flowers. They are easier to cut without snags and they look better. Here are some of my favorites for making rolled paper flowers:
- Recollections 65lb Cardstock from Michaels
- Metallic Shimmer Assorted Set from Amazon
- Neenah Collections Assorted Set from Amazon
- Kraft Cardstock from Michaels
Glue – I use Tacky Glue.
Free Rolled Paper Flower Template Tutorial
Step 1: Cut out the Cricut rolled flower template
It also sticks to the Light Grip Cricut mat a little bit better for more intricate cuts.
Step 2: Start rolling the paper flower template
Starting from the outer most edge, start rolling the cutout. I like using tweezers mostly because I already have them. Some more serious people using specialized quill tools. I can’t be bothered.
Step 3: Secure the Rolled Flower
After a few turns, secure the center of the flower with a paper clip or bobby pin.
Step 4: Complete the rolling
Roll the whole thing. A quick note on my templates, on some of the templates, the start end of the template does not fit the rest of the outline. I did this purposely because it rolls better. If you don’t like the look of it, simply just cut that part off.
Step 5: Glue and Secure the paper flower
Fold the circle tab underneath the roll and glue in place.
A few additional tips:
I sometimes like to use masking tape to hold everything in place while the glue is drying. Sometimes a hair elastic works too.
Alternatively, you can just use faster drying glue.