Pretty Paper Rosettes without the Glue Gun!

 
 
 
I love Paper Rosettes and I love my glue gun. But I don't like waiting for the glue gun to heat up, I don't like the burned fingers when pressing the rosette down on the backing. And I don't like those fine strings of dried glue on my projects.

So we found a way to design cutting files for a whole set of rosette patterns that can be assembled easily with just a bit of embroidery floss and darning needle. Take a look.

The cutting files for these pretties are real time savers too. Just pick your paper and let your cutter do all the work.

All of the Paper Rosettes fold lines are cut as small perfectly spaced dash lines. Folding them is a cinch. The holes for threading...all cut at just the right place so holes line up perfectly and threading is a breeze like you see in the photo here.

A variety of sizes and edges all ready to cut.

27 Rosettes: 9 Scalloped, 9 Zig-Zag and 9 Straight edge. Each style comes in the following sizes ready to cut:
1-1/2",
2",
2-1/2",
3",
3-1/2",
4",
4-1/2",
5",
5-1/2"

These pretty Paper Rosettes can be used as is without any further embellishing. They would work perfectly for a wall arrangement, a rosette wreath or banner without anymore done to them.

You can embellish the rosettes to your hearts content with buttons, bling, flowers and tags.  We included an assortment of  medallion shapes to help with that too.

Paper Rosettes

16 comments

  1. What a brilliant idea! I'm with you on the glue gun....I seem to get more glue elsewhere than on the project lol I hope you'll do some of these with fancy edges too

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  2. Can't wait to get this

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  3. Thank you so much! I really hated burning my fingers with that old glue gun of mine!

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  4. LOVE this idea.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot

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  5. You are a genius!! Love your captcha!

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  6. So lovely!! I love rosettes too, but never want to mess with them. These should make creating with rosettes a breeze. Thanks!

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  7. OMG! Never thought of this, Your amazing, have to get these now.

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  8. Has anyone figured out what is the biggest one that you can make? I am trying to make some large snowflakes and the biggest I can get is about 5-6 inches acrossed.

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    1. Hi Leona, Sorry I'm just now seeing your comments. I deleted the duplicate. On the snowflake rosettes you are correct, that is as large as you could go using 12" papers. But we will keep it in mind to make some that can be done larger. Thanks for asking.

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  10. Just seeing this! How cool....gotta get it / try it!

    Melinda Strange
    Huntsville, TX

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  11. I had purchased this file some time ago and am finally using it for decorations for my son's 30th birthday. I have been making rosettes for years but your file and method makes it so easy! I have never commented on a file purchase before but this was exceptional as it made it so easy to put together!

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    1. Hi Anne, I'm so glad this method is working out for you. I have a 2 craft drawers FULL of rosettes, haha. It was so easy I got carried away when test cutting. Thank you for taking the time to comment. It's greatly appreciated.

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  12. I've had this file for a long time and am just getting around to using it. I cannot figure out how to get this thing to stay flat without pulling apart! I'm sure that it is me as I have never made a rosette before and my hands are shaky today! Going to keep at it and will let you know how it turns out! I love MSC--your files are always so easy to follow for those of us that aren't so "digitally challenged" lol!

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