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Flowers - Multi Layered and 3D
I don't know if this will be of any use to anyone. I am a new CR owner so am just having a play. Apologies if this has been done before.
Last edited by Lucille; 08-08-2007 at 05:10 PM.
Inspired by Shirley's Get Well Card here's a 12 petal flower. Just resize the whole group to make it bigger or smaller so both layers resize the same size.
It cut clean with my Roberta Pro.
They do not fit perfect every way. The easiest way is to find the straightest petals and then line them up that way
Last edited by Lucille; 30-01-2012 at 04:17 PM.
Graduated 16 Petal Daisies
I always loved the graduated 16 petal thick cuts daisies, but could never find a GSD design for them. It took me a while, but I created my own.
Hope they will be of use to someone.
Last edited by Lucille; 30-01-2012 at 04:21 PM.
I've downloaded some lovely designs from here this afternoon. Thank You! to everyone who's generously shared their hard work.
My offering is my star flowers template, (5 and 6 petals). The flower looks nice on it's own, or with two layered on top of each other.
I have included a close up of one of my flowers, on it's own, and then on a finished card. If you curl up the inner petal, and curl down the outer one, it looks really effective.
Sorry! about the camara glare. It's because I used a foil card for my flower.
Flowers for scallop tri fold card
A few people have admired the flowers on the scallop tri fold card, so I thought I would upload the template for them.
There is a 6 cm, 5 cm, 4cm, 3cm, and 2.5 cm flower.
I layered the large one at the top with 2 x 6cms and 2 x 4 cms with sticky pads between.
The two sides were done using 2 x 5cm and 2 x 3cm.
I have put various sizes on the template so that you can copy and paste as many of each as you want. The layers can be made up in various sizes.
The file for the card is here
Last edited by Doris the crafter; 04-01-2008 at 09:39 PM.
Poinsettia Bloom by Pam
Here is the poinsettia layers that I drew in Photoshop and traced in Robo Master. Hope someone can use it!
Last edited by YorkieMomFlUSA; 04-01-2008 at 03:35 PM.
Westlife Fan as well
Poinsettia or flower? Photo added now
I outline the petals with quickie glue and glitter. The smallest and largest I use a glue pad and glitter (crystal). I have done them in red for christmas and white as well.
Without the base it makes a neat flower as well.
Hope someone can use it.
Last edited by hyperpat; 17-01-2008 at 08:34 PM.
Reason: Photo attached
Card maker/scrapper and sort of Photographer!
Simple Folded Flowers and Pinwheels
I worked these out a few weeks ago, Jenniwren's reminded me! Some simple folded flowers and some pinwheel windmills.
The flowers have optional folds along the petals, I added brads in the middle. Blue lines are mountain folds, green lines are optional valley folds.
have no creases, just bend all the corners into the middle.
Pinwheel GSD provided by christine mckie
Last edited by Lucille; 21-03-2008 at 05:03 PM.
Reason: Sorry, wrong file!
So Many Crafts, so little time!
I thought I would post my Sunflower, it's not brilliant but I learnt lots whilst creating it.
I cut the flower/petal shapes from yellow Bazzil card, chalked the edges and then layered them on top of each other. I cut the lattice centre from Black card, stuck it onto a large foam pad and sprinkled Bronze glitter on top before sticking it onto the petals. The stem is a kebab stick coloured with a green ink pad.
The file was created in DM if anyones wants to convert it to GSD please feel free. ( I don't know how...)
Hope it's of use to someone
file converted to GSD by Lindyloulou
Last edited by Lucille; 03-04-2008 at 04:07 PM.
Scalloped oval mat and flower
Here are the files which go with the flowery frame and small butterfly. Sorry it took so long, but I had problems converting the oval mat to a GSD format. It still isn't perfect, but it's the best I can do I'm afraid. It will need careful lifting from the carrier sheet because it is quite fragile! The flower is quite big, but you can resize to whatever suits your purpose. I have cut the GSD file and that is what is shown on the thumbnail. I have chalked alternate layers of the flower and I think it gives quite a nice soft effect. I do like chalks!
Little Miss Vogue
I was at a garden centre the other day and spotted the whirligig osteospermum which has these funny little extensions on the end of the petals. Thought it would make a nice unusual flower template so here it is if anyone can use it! I used 2 of each size to make the example and chalked alternate ones to give a bit of colour!
Perhaps it will be useful to someone
Last edited by DJG; 01-11-2008 at 01:59 PM.