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Monday, June 24, 2013

Rosettes Red White and Blue Style

I just finished test cutting these 4th of July rosettes. I messed up when I went to place the printed paper on my mat. I sure did learn a lesson, always make sure your paper is aligned properly and very straight. I was just a little off on aligning my paper and what a cutting mess it made.

These files come in two sets. You can create them any way you would like. It takes two of each striped or star piece to create one rosette. All you have to do is fan fold the matching print and cut rosettes and glue the ends together to for the rosette. After I do this I lay mine flat with the back side facing me. In my craft room I always have a circle punch near by. You can make your circle and cut it on your machine but I just use a small circle punch and some white scrap card stock to use the punch on. I add some quick drying glue (Alleen's Turbo Tacky Glue is my favorite) to the punch out circle, then I squeeze the connected rosette together and lay the circle with the fast drying glue on top of the back side of the rosette.This will hold you rosettes together very nicely.

After the rosettes were all made I began layering them. You can make quite a variety of rosettes from the pieces in the two files. I hope you all have fun making some of these 4th of July Rosettes and that they bring your holiday gathering a little extra spark.

You can download both 4th of July Rosettes files ------> HERE
(All files are in .svg, .dxf, and Studio formats)


10 comments:

  1. Hi Debbie. What still celebrating getting rid of us Brits?!? LOL. Great looking rosettes. In different colour-ways these would also make interesting 'modern' flowers. I had a few problems with my Aleene's tacky glue as it distorted my card when I used it. Glad you had success with the turbo tacky.
    Tine :)

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  2. Great rosettes, oh the possibilities. Thank you for sharing your talent and the files.

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  3. Thanks for the rosettes !

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  4. Hello Debbie, I wish you a happy 4th of July, we in France is July 14 that it is the national holiday. I'm still very long to make my drawings in "Studio". Here the heat is installed, so I stay home the day cool. See you soon I hope. take care of yourself

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  5. Love these Debbie! Now to find to right kind of paper to use for 4th of July! These will be great for Christmas, birthdays or any day.

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  6. Love the two sizes together!!!

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  7. Thanks for sharing these files Debbie! So Patriotic! I'm gonna make some on a stick or straw for my girls. : ) They will love them. Hugs!!

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  8. These are so cute! I love red-white-and blue in just about everything. :) Thank you. Donna

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