Rolled paper flowers are the perfect Cricut project. They suit beginners and provide enough variation for the advanced crafter.
I wanted to make a little variation on the classic rolled paper flower so I designed a new template to accommodate different colors.
This one was super fun to play with because the possibilities are endless for what color combinations you might pair together.
I made 3 different petal shape templates. It took a little while to figure out exactly how long each piece of the rolled strip had to be to optimize the end look of the flower.
This two-tone paper flower template is free and available in my resource library.
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Materials for Two-Toned Rolled Flower
Glue – I use Tacky Glue but any quick drying glue works
Cardstock – You will need 2 colors. My favorite is this Neenah Collections brand, it’s super affordable, comes in an assortment of colors, has a colored core so you can’t see fraying. Here are some of my other favorites for paper flower:
- Recollections 65lb Cardstock from Michaels
- Metallic Shimmer Assorted Set from Amazon
- Neenah Collections Assorted Set from Amazon
- Kraft Cardstock from Michaels
Clear Tape – Any brand will do
Tutorial for Two-Toned Rolled Paper Flower
Step 1: Cute the template pieces. If you are making this on the Cricut, I’d advise using the Contour function to hide the pieces as you are switching between different colored cardstock.
Step 2: Tape the two colored segments together
Step 3: Roll and glue the base