Folded flower card

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13 responses to “Folded flower card”

  1. Absolutely stunning! Thank you so very much. I have started using the Cameo Silhouette and have not seen anything as pretty as yours.

  2. Gorgeous! and I am peeping at your easel too! Must find an easel to cut out! Thank you.

  3. HELLO MONICA ONCE AGAIN..FEW MORE QUESTIONS, WHAT SIZE DO YOU MAKE YOUR CARDS AND WHAT KIND OF PAPER DO YOU USE, #2-YOUR 3-D DESIGNS WHAT KIND OF MEDIUM DO YOU USE TO MAKE THESE? #3-WHEN YOU MAKE THOSE ADORABLE LITTLE BOXES THAT TWIST TO CLOSE, YOU DID VIDEO ON HOW TO PUT THEM TOGETHER, WHAT KIND OF PAPER OR MEDIUM DO YOU USE I SUPPOSE IT WOULD HAVE TO BE OF A HEAVIER WEIGHT SO IT WOULD HOLD UP TO TWISTINGN, WHAT KING OF MEDIUM DO YOU USE.. i AM GOING TO TRY AND MAKE YOUR CUTE DRAGON BOWLS, I HOPE I DONT MESS THEM UP. THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN FOR ALL OF THESE FANTASTIC DESIGNS!!!!!!!!

    • The size of the cads often depends on the design. Almost all designs are made to be cut from A4 or letter format or smaller. Just so that those that have smaller machines should be able to use my designs too.
      I prefer to use 180 grams/65 lb cardstock for almost everything I cut, even for the 3D models. The twisted cracker boxes where cut from 220 grams cardstock.
      I wish you good luck with the dragon bowls. They can be tricky to make in the beginning, so don’t panic if you fail the first times. I had to scrap my whole first batch (about 10 pcs) because they got too thin, they broke when I tried to put the base on.

  4. Hi monica, i downloaded this file but when i import to my cameo it says file not supported, what will i do? Thanks

  5. this is so beautiful, all templates are making with cameo?

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