Rolled or Lollipop Flower Tutorial

Good afternoon all,
I am just posting a quick "how to" on the roses I made on the card I posted a few days ago. I have received several emails with questions. I hope this will help :-)

As always, if you have ANY questions, please feel free to email me at:
melin at scrapbookeden dot com!
Okay....Here we go!
To start, you will cut out the flowers in the desired paper. You can get the cutting file HERE. It has the following formats: SVG, GSD, WPC and KNK.
Next I Inked the edges of BOTH sides. I wasn't too careful about how I inked as I wanted the flowers to have a "shabby" appearance.

After inking the edges, I spritzed some Glimmer Mist onto my mat and used a sponge to brush it onto the rose. 100% coverage. If you don't have Glimmer Mist, you can always use plain water.

Here is a shot of brushing the Glimmer Mist On.
Now you will begin to roll the rose. With the papter moist, it will be very easy to bend the paper without tearing it. You can use anything you have that has a round, smooth barrel. I used the barrel of my chalk applicator. Just begin to wrap it around your object. The smaller the object, th tighter the roll.

Here is a shot of the paper rolled around just once.
Here is a shot of it rolled a few times. I just tried to keep the "roll or wrap" as parallel and or straight with the rest of the roll.

Here I am at the end. The middle will ultimately be your bottom.

Now I just attached a glue dot to the bottom and will "sit" the rest of the rose on that.

Here is the finished rose. This shot was actually taken BEFORE I glued it down. When you do this with "moist" paper, it will keep its "roll" or shape real well.

Here are a few variations. Some were the same, I just rolled them "tighter" the little one was the file sized down and the darker pink ones are from a patterned paper that had a white core.
The sky is the limit with what and how you can make these roses.
Head over to PCW for the rolled rose file: HERE


  1. That's really awesome. Thanks for sharing!!

  2. These are great and so is your tutorial. Great job and thanks so much for sharing! Lynn B

  3. Darn it!! Sure wish I had SCAL!! These are great!!

  4. FANTASTIC job!!! LOVE the flowers!!!

  5. I love it!!! I can't wait to make one!
    THANK YOU!!!

  6. wow! How clever! Thanks! Anna Dowdy gave me your link.

  7. yahoo! thanks for this tutorial and the cutting file. My last name is Rose so you know I'm going to love making bunches of cards with them. Linda Rose

  8. This is terrific. thanks for the tutorial.

  9. You are all so VERY welcomed! I would love to see your projects with them. Please feel free to send them to me whenever you do them :-) My email address is: melin at scrapbookeden dot com. Many blessings, Melin

  10. I have been "learning" the paper cutting/crafting for about six months reading every blog I came across to learn all I could. This is the most fun technique that I have tried. Thank you for your post!

  11. Hi My name is Lisa and l have just stumbled across your blog.
    I’m trying to download your
    Rolled Lollipop flower svg file…….
    Looks fantastic and would love to give it a go. Are you able to send me the file?
    l have clicked on the link but it says the link is invalid ???

    Regards Lisa

  12. Cheryl Harris-Chin7/22/12, 3:57 PM

    Could you please email me the file for cutting your lollipop flower./ The link is not active on my web page. My email is DrCJHarrisChin@gmail.com. Thanks

  13. hey. i got the same problem and was wondering if you could send it to me. my email is Hildegunn.Hana@hotmail.com


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