This is one of my reader favorites on the Ellinée blog so I wanted to share it here as well. You can download some different variations of the paper rose printable PFD on Ellinée here, or buy this red rose template in my shop. ~ Lia
For just the rose approximately $1.50 per rose if you print on both sides using a laser printer. If you do the full steam add about $1-$1.50 to that for the cost of the floral wire and tape.
Guess it depends on the price of paper you use:-)
Everything you make is wonderful and I appreciate you being so generous sharing your talents with us. You’ve truly been blessed with creativity and talent for making life more beautiful. I know some of your things have cut files for using with Design Space but this one doesn’t. Would it be possible for you to make it available? I have Rheumatoid arthritis throughout my body, but especially in my hands. There’s no way I could cut more than a couple by hand. I would make it myself with your template but I have no idea how. I just got the Cricut Explore for Christmas from my son. My first ever cutting machine. I love it. However, I have no ideat how to make a SVG file. Thanks again for everything you do Lia. May God continue blessing you.
Hi Joyce. The Cricut machine will for sure revolutionize your life, it did mine:-) I offer the svg file to most of my projects for free on my site. Here is a blog post with the rose svg http://liagriffith.com/diy-paper-rose-made-with-a-metallic-paper-long-stemmed-rose-tutorial/
Happy flower making!
I will be making these for my further DIL’s wedding bouquet. Any suggestions on how to attach these to flower wire?
Yes, here is the tutorial for that. http://liagriffith.com/make-a-long-stemmed-red-rose-for-your-valentine/
Is there a way I could use the template but insert my own colors? My bride is asking for blue and yellow flowers, and she loves this style!
If you are really good at photoshop you can change the color saturation. I have lots of other templates that doesn’t have the color included in the pattern. Try this one http://liagriffith.com/diy-paper-rose-made-with-a-metallic-paper-long-stemmed-rose-tutorial/
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You are my hero….I’m going to try a version of this from the design space.
Yay! Hope you love it!
Hi..the video of paper rose ws superb… Wer can I find these papers frm? Wat type paper is it? Is it possible to make rose with normal paper ? Frm Wer can I get these ready made paper frm???
Thanks Mary. Yes, you can use any paper, I just suggest not to use card stock as it does not curl as nicely. You can find the red printable in my Etsy shop.
Thank you for your great tutorial, i was able to make around 200 of these for my wedding (except i used books)!!!
Wow and congratulations! Would love to see pictures!
Is wonderful but pls, what paper is it and what is the weigth of the paper? thanks
I used a text weight copy paper that was printed on both sides with a laser printer. Does that help?
I have just discovered you and am enjoying your creativity very much. I look forward to when I can find time to make some of your great projects.
So happy you are here Julia!!
These are great, I am making a wreath to place on top of a 50th gift for my mother-in-law. Thank you Lia for being a constant source of inspiration. xo
That sounds gorgeous. She will love it!
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Oh perfect! Thanks so much for posting this, I’ve been looking for a tutorial exactly like this to make a small bunch of roses for Valentines Day from old maps of places that are special to us. This is perfect to finish the idea! Beautiful.
Wonderful! They will be beautiful!
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Lovely roses – thank you so much for sharing.
You are so welcome Vivien!
Wonderful creations! You make it look so easy. I’ll try making these too. Thank you.
Thanks Arunya! They are fun and amazingly easy.
These are fantastic! I’m using them for my wedding! Have you ever thought of making a template for gardenias?
Hi Jamie. As a matter of fact I have! Here is the link to that template: http://liagriffith.com/diy-paper-gardenia/
Is this some kind of special paper or a ordinary one like print paper?
For these I just use printer paper with a laser printer. Others on my blog have been made from a text weight metallic paper.
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Omg I just love these I can’t wait to make them with my grandkids I think they will have a great time I will handle the glue gun. Thank you so much for sharing. I just love, love the dresses you made from paper too………I bet it took a long time to make those do you ever share a pattern for them I bet a lot of people would buy them. Thanks again love all your work
Thanks Mary! The grandkids will love paper crafting with you. The dresses are totally made up as I go so a pattern would be impossible. Haha.
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I make coffee filter roses which do turn out beautiful, but very fiddley! The ones I see here are both beautiful and easy.
I must make these soon.
Thank you so much for the tutorial !
They are very easy and a great addition to you coffee filter roses for sure.
I love theses flowers. can they be made small enough to use in my scrap booking or card making I do.
Sure. As small as your fingers can work. You can just print the templates at a small percentage.
Hey, what kind of paper you use in this video?
I used a simple printer paper in text weight. It is shiny from the laser printer. Any paper will work just not card stock as it does not curl smoothly.
I absolutely love these but I have such a difficult time free handing the template for myself! I was wondering if you could maybe upload it or send it to me? I am looking to make some of these for our Senior Prom this year!
Hello Liva, I have this red rose template available in my Etsy shop. It includes the rose and the leaf.
I can’t believe how nice these come out just from paper! Speaking of paper, what sort of paper was it printed on?
They are amazingly real looking. I used a letter weight printer paper on a laser printer.
What can be done if my printer doesn’t print on both sides at the same time?Love all your paper roses.
Print one side then turn the paper over and print side two.
Stunning! You make it look so easy.
Haha. Thanks! I think they are easy, but then I have made hundreds by now. 😉
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Hope it inspires.
Thank you for sharing Hugs!
You are so welcome!
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