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Quilling Fringed Flowers - SVG

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Start quilling fringed flowers with rounded petals instead of blunt cut petals. The stamen, petals, and leaves are designed as one strip to allow for quick rolling / quilling. The colors shown here are done by hand using alcohol-based markers.

4 flower sizes are combined with a scalloped edge heart tray to hold your bouquet. They are ideal for card making, gift wrapping, or decorating custom monograms or letters.

Fringed quilling strips have traditionally been limited to 90˚ or 45˚ cuts, but with your digital die cutter, the sky is the limit.


  • X Small petals
  • Small petals
  • Medium petals
  • Large petals
  • Heart tray
  • scalloped square
  • text (Be Mine, curved Happy Birthday)
  • PDF instructions show how to shape, quill and arrange the flowers


  • SVG


  • slotted quilling tool
  • needle quilling tool (optional)
  • alcohol based markers
  • glue, toothpicks, tweezers, scissors, pencil, pins



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5 out of 5 stars

I thought you might like to see the card I made with your 3D fringed flowers. My husband says the flowers look real and that it was the best card I ever made. You might notice that the yellow flower has a dark center. Also, I made different colored flowers and added larger leaves in the background that I drew veins on. I had to make a box to hold the card since an envelope wouldn't work. The picture shows the card inside the box. I was going to send a picture of the box top but I can only attach one picture to my feedback. I hope you enjoy the picture.

Anonymous 12 May, 2012


I downloaded the file and was able to use it in my Pazzle die cut machine in seconds without having to alter it. It created smooth cuts without tiny scraps that require a lot of work to remove from the mat. Thank you!
Steve Wanzek 14 Apr, 2020


I was in awe of these beautiful quilled flowers and just had to try them. I can't really tell you where I found out about you.,,just a lucky click. I'm so anxious to get started on them. Thanks for sharing Smiles
Carolyn 06 May, 2012