Rolled rose template

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Rolled Paper Roses

I’m sure most of you have seen these beautiful paper flowers all over the internet (especially Instagram) and have wondered how to make them! I know I was and when I finally found out how easy they were to make, I kind of got addicted and couldn’t stop making them! Keep reading below to find out how you can make these in a few minutes!

1. Go to the Silhouette Design Store and purchase Design ID #225639. There are many similar rolled rose designs, but for this project, we will be using this specific design. If you’d like to make rolled roses with a different petal shape, feel free to download a design to your liking and apply the same steps in this tutorial!

2. Open the designs from your Silhouette Studio® library in a new tab and ungroup them (right-click > Ungroup). We won’t be needing the leaf or circle, so go ahead and delete those from the page.

3. Next, resize the spiral so you can fit multiple roses on one 8.5-inch-by-11-inch sheet. Make sure the aspect ratio is locked while you are resizing it to ensure the shape of the spiral remains the same. To fit 3 roses per page, resize the height to 4.75 inches.

4. After resizing the design, copy and paste two more designs and arrange them to fit perfectly on the page.

1. It’s now time to cut! Load your machine with your mat and desired cardstock color, and then send your design to cut. I find that 65 lb cardstock works well with this design and isn’t too thick to curl or shape into roses. I also used the preset cut settings under “Cardstock, Plain” (Force – 3, Speed – 4, and Thickness – 20).

1. Once your design is cut, grab a pair of tweezers to help you roll them into shape!

2. Start by using the tweezers to roll the spiral into shape.

3. Once you’ve got the edge done, continue rolling using your fingers until you’ve reached the end.

4. Gently release the rose so it’s not tightly rolled up and you will see your rose coming into shape!

5. Next, add some glue to the base of the rose using your hot glue gun. This will hold everything in place. Press lightly for a few seconds until the glue is dried.

6. And there you have it–a beautiful paper rose! All done within a few minutes!

You can create a variety of roses in different sizes (and colors!) by resizing the design and following these steps again!

I’ve also created a video tutorial for this design to make it easier for you to follow and create!
Click here to watch:\

These roses can be used as embellishments on cards, on wooden signs, and in shadow boxes to create beautiful gifts! Happy crafting! Let me know in the comments below what you used your rolled roses for!

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Once you learn how to make a paper rose with my Free Rolled Flower template you will be able to dream up virtually any diy project and want to add these Cricut Roses to it.

Cricut has always been known for its cutting performance and versatility. And with the new Cricut Maker, it delivers professional quality every time. There’s a few new blades, that you can use for cutting virtually any fabric, and you can see it in action with these Fabric Rolled Flowers, this post features the rotary blade, which is a blade to cut fabric for sewing.

Coupled with the Design Space app Cricut Maker Delivers the ultimate in professional level designs and you can use it to cut hundreds of materials including delicate fabrics and paper and card stock.

pink paper rose sitting in a hand with cricut supplies behind it made from a free rolled flower template template

Paper roses and other flowers are super popular right now, especially with the popularity of the Cricut. And the Cricut also makes my free paper rose template so to cut.

And while paper crafting has been around for as long as there’s been paper, having a free template for and step by step tutorials is awesome–then you add in the ease of making a realistic and easy paper rose with a Cricut?! It’s a paper rose revolution!

yellow flowers and paper cut outs for paper roses sitting on a table with blue and pink paper cut outs in back

How To Make A Paper Flower

If you are wanting to learn how to make a paper rose, then you are in the right place. This is the easiest flower template I’ve ever used.

You can make giant paper flowers, a tiny paper rose, whatever. It’s just an easy paper rose complete tutorial–no matter what size flower you want to make.

cream paper rose between and thumb and index finger

So, to make a paper rose, the complete tutorial duration is about 15 minutes, including the time it takes the Cricut to cut out 4 whole flowers–and you to roll them.

Also, with just a few supplies you can make beautiful a paper rose for you to use in shadow boxes, on cards even wedding bouquets. 

I posted a video on my Instagram the other day, it was a time-lapse of me making showing me making the paper rose, I was asked for a tutorial so many times that I decided to give it to you.

clos up of paper rose with text overlay

What you need to make a rose out of paper is:

Firstly, all you have to do is load the template to Cricut Design Space and cut. After that, depending on the size you are going for you may have to adjust the DIY paper rose template.

cricut spatula sitting on top of burgundy and teal paper cut out for paper flower

Tips For Making A Paper Rose

  • Firstly, if you want the same size paper rose that I have, you don’t need to resize them at all and you can get two per printer sized pieces of colored paper and 4 per 12×12.
  • Secondly, watch the roses video to learn how to roll your roses.
  • In conclusion, use thick card stock paper for more a firm paper rose, or lighter card stock if you want to give it more texture and folds.

I was amazed at how easy it was to make these roses and how super cute they looked finished. 

rolled flower shadow box made with yellow, teal and burgundy flowers with the words mom in yellow and 2 names in white

I made these beautiful paper rose shadow boxes for Mother’s day and my customers really loved them.

You can make these as small or as large as you like. 

And with this tutorial, you will definitely be able to add a little beauty to so many things. 

To sum it up, the possibilities are endless! Add a little glitter and give them some sparkle, dip the tips into a little paint or ink and recolor the edges, even use patterned paper to give it a more unique look.

I have plans of my own for teachers’ gifts, wedding bouquets, and even more shadow boxes. 

rolled flower shadow box made with yellow, teal and burgundy flowers with the words mom in yellow and 2 names in white with the top off

Shadow boxes are very popular right now, I have a quick tutorial on how to make an ombre paper flower shadow box, so make sure you are following along. 

I would love for you to leave me a comment telling me what else you would like to see and I hope this tutorial makes it easy for you to make your own rose.

Looking for more projects using paper roses?

Grab The Step by Step Instructions and the Free Paper Rose Template Below.

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Active Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 15 minutes

Difficulty: Easy

Estimated Cost: $1

Paper roses and other flowers are super popular right now, especially with the popularity of the Cricut. And the Cricut also makes my free paper rose template so to cut.


  1. Load the paper rose cut file into Cricut Design Space
  2. Set the machine to cut the type of cardstock you are cutting
  3. Load the machine and cut out the paper flower template
  4. Using the spatula or weeding tool, carefully remove the paper from the mat
  5. Using the tweezers roll your roses (refer to the video to learn how to roll them)
  6. Place a dot of glue on the bottom and secure
  7. Secure the last petal with a dot of glue
  8. If you have any trouble, you can view the full tutorial by Pink on YouTube


Resize your roses up to 12x12 depending on your cutter.

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