This rolled rose SVG template is my newest and easiest design to make paper flowers.
And this is the most realistic paper flower I could make.
I love this rose form so much.
I dreamed about it quite a long time ago and could not stop thinking about how to design it, in the easiest way.
And now I am so happy that I could and share it with you all.
I tried so many versions. And this is the first one I’ve thought it’s quite good. But my daughter loves this. So I kept it.
Here is the second version I customized with the same technique.
And I think this is the best one.
This rose is so beautiful outside, as those creases are vague.
Well, I knew my girlfriends always don’t appreciate my photography skill, as the pictures showed their wrinkles clearly. They preferred 360 apps, lol.
And my daughter suggested I design with fewer petals, so here is the 3rd version of the rolled rose template.
And here is the rolled rose template for the rosebud.
Your projects, a shadow box or a wedding welcome board,.. will be much lovely when we have various sizes of flowers and buds and leaves.
Materials needed for this rolled rose:
Step by step instruction to make this rolled rose.
Please see the video tutorial for more details-
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Step 1: Cut the templates
I used cardstock 65lbs
The template set has 4 floral templates and 3 leaves templates, with very intricated cuts.
And please follow this rolled rose size chart for your reference.
Step 2: Color the petals
Professional paper florists love to use Pan pastel for coloring both crepe paper and cardstock. I haven’t tried it.
But I’m happy with this Silky Crayon as it has more color range. It’s cheap and it’s not fade away as soft pastel. It’s easier to color with a dauber than using a brush for watercolor or acrylic paint. It’s also not dry as oil pastel.
For rolled paper flowers, the artists advise inking both sides. But for this particular rolled rose, I ink just 1 side only.
I colored the pink shade from dark at the beginning and lighter at the middle of the template, as I want the flower to have the Ombre color from the center.
For the leaves, I used Alcohol Marker pens. The alcohol will help the color blending so well that your leaves look realistic.
Step 3: Form the petals
Previously, I used a shaping mat and the ball sphere stylus to form the petals.
But look at the creases on the paper flower petals. The mat is not too hard to iron the creases, no matter how strong I press on the stylus.
So I used the paper quilling mold instead.
The video tutorial shows you some tips to form the petals properly.
Please be noticed that I applied different form for different petals: half-sphere form for the the inner petals and just a little curves for the last 5 petals.
Step 4: Rolling the template to a flower
Now it’s the most favorite part of making this rolled rose: rolling
Out of many ways of making paper roses in my blog, you will agree with me that rolling flower is the quickest way to complete a paper rose.
All you have to do is make sure that the petals are interleaved.
Watch the video to see how I adjusted the petals by folding the bottom stripe back.
As you can see on the video, we will curl the outer point and roll with a big hole there (that’s why we don’t need tweezer or quilling tool, just your hands).
And glue at some point, and don’t unroll the flower after finishing rolling.
Just glue the circle in the center of the template to fix all the petals, a lot of glue will be needed.
You can use your fingers to open the flower from the top.
Step 5: Stem the flower
Insert the wire’s circle head to the bottom of the flower.
Cover the wire by glue the sepal to the bottom of the flower.
Insert the wire into a 3mm transparent PVC tube and wrap with floral tape.0
The templates are in SVG|PNG|DXF for cutting machine, but I also prepared the PDF file for someone why want to handcut, which includes:
- 1 rolled rosebud template
- 3 types of rolled rose template
- 3 types of leaves