Monday, March 30, 2009

Layering pieces to make flowers--click here for cut file

I used Wild Card, Tags, Storybook, Walk IMG--but you don't need all of these for this file. If you have any one, you'll be able to cut at least one of the flowers in this file.

These flowers were meant to be layered one on top of another. Most of them you just layer the smaller ones on top of the larger ones & that's it. You'll notice that some of the shapes don't look like flowers ready to be layered. They need to be cut out twice, and therefore you can cut them out in different colors. Once you've cut those specific flowers out just offset them & you'll have your flower. Then you can cut out the larger shape & do the same. The one that's made of Storybook is a good example of this.

Below are screen shots of the flowers in this file as well as pics of one of the flowers cut out, & then put together. I even included a pic of a card made with one of the flowers at the bottom.















































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3 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing your file. Your card is gorgeous!!

    Carmen

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  2. Very pretty card! Cool .cut files! Thanks for the file!

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  3. You two are TOO NICE!! Thanks for the comments!!

    --Gracie

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