to make one flower you must cut at least 3 sizes of each file...bending the petals sides... following the cut marks towards the centre...after that stack them properly..the big one, then... the medium one and finally... the small one.
Put a button or similar embellishment holded by a string.... passing through the tiny center hole.
Congratulations Lenoria ! Your art work is impressive.
Thx many many thx for sharing with us.
I am attaching a card I made using your swirly round frame, but is made it into an oval and used the bottom for my top and cut out the center and inserted my picture under the swirly cutout. I applied Gelly Rolls clear star pen to get a little sparkle on the frame and swirls. Thank you for the pattern and I love it and hope to use it again soon.
WHAT IS A SEAMLESS TILE:
A SEAMLESS TILE IS A REGULAR SQUARE TILE...HAVING THE POSSIBILITY OF TO BE PASTED VERTICALLY OR HORIZONTALLY ....USING AN IMAGE EDITING PROGRAM LIKE GIMP, PHOTOSHOP, ETC.......WITHOUT LET THE "SEAM LINE" VISIBLE.
Another way to use a seamless tile is to "fill" a vector shape, design..... using MTC, SCAL, SILHOUETTE STUDIO,FUNTIME, ETC....and then printing it and finally cutting it to use on a project.
You can search the web for a TUTORIAL showing how to do it. Sorry but my horrible English doesn't let me dare to write that.
In order to download the high resolution PNG file...just click on the picture below ...and then right click to"SAVE AS ".
Now the 12X12 scrapbooking paper with a 300dpi resolution: HERE
( prior to download any picture which is shared for printing.... check if it is a 300dpi picture or with a number close to that...because that is the right resolution for a good quality printing using your inkjet or laser printer).
Since you gave your permission to share this file here it goes...lol
Hope you can use it from now on....believe me I did my best on fixing it.
I was so excited about result I decided to make a matching seamless tile with it. Hope you like it and find both of them useful.
Wanda has sent me a cool picture of the little gifts she made for her grandchildren using both of the last seaml;ess tiles I've share on here.
Love how they resulted Wanda! Congratulations! You rock ma'm.
Please take a look at this picture and judge by yourselves.
A couple of months ago MaryAnn had asked me to help her fixing a lovely card file she got from a friend.
She told me that file was converted from GSD to SVG and gave me permission to share it on here.
Hope from now on you can use it MaryAnn.