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Cricut Flower Shoppe Roses Tutorial

I have gotten a lot of very positive feedback on my roses made with the Flower Shoppe cartridges that I decided to make a video to walk you though making them.

See the video here:

I cut my flowers at 2 1/2" and inked with Tim Holtz Distressed Inks.

I hope this video inspires you to make your own! If you do, please make sure you post so I can see.


  1. AWESOME!! Thanks Tee! I bought this cart. a few weeks ago and have not even opened it!

  2. Fabulous Flowers!!!awesome tutorial!!

  3. My Goodness, that is fantastic. I am really impressed with your technique and thank you for sharing your style step by step. You are creative and inspiring.

  4. My roses didn't come out like yours :( Hopefully it's just practice...

    Your flowers are beautiful! It's inspiring!

    Are you on instagram?

  5. I loved it. Thank you you truly inspired me was running out of ideas with my flower shoppe cartridge. I also truly liked your tutorial it was great. Easy to understand. Thanks again.


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