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FREE Flower SVGs: 72 Floral Cutting Files

We all know that some floral crafting is a one-way ticket to success. That’s why we’ve put together a collection of 72 FREE flower SVG cutting files for you to enjoy. From seasonal delights to stand-out floral wreaths, these flower SVGs and accompanying home décor projects are guaranteed to brighten up your craft space. We know that you papercrafters always love a card, so we’ve thrown in some gorgeous floral SVG card projects as well. Enjoy!

FREE Flower SVGs: 72 Floral Cutting Files

How to make paper flowers with SVG files and Cricut

1. Choose your project and set of floral SVG files from the wonderful selection below, then download for FREE from our website.

2. Scan the SVG files into your Cricut, Brother ScanNCut or other digital cutting machine. Group each set of shapes so they can be resized in proportion to suit your needs and still be layered perfectly.

3. Choose several shades of cardstock to cut your flowers from. Bright colours often work well, as does mixing light hues with darker tones for the best contrast. Arrange a set of shapes on one area of the display screen and cut a piece of card to fit this area. Cut the images on your Cricut or other digital cutting machine. Repeat the process with other colours until all of your elements have been cut out.

4. Arrange the elements to form a flower shape and glue in place, either to your own design or following one of the projects below.

Folk Art Flower SVG Files

A wad of colourful die-cuts makes us happy: fact. And Corinne Bradd’s folk art SVG files will provide you with exactly that. Pair them with your Cricut, Brother ScanNCut or digital die-cutting machine and away you go! Say farewell to time spent cutting out shapes by hand… these completely free downloadables are here to the rescue – phew! There’s even a wonderful trio of projects that come with them, providing a riot of colour for your craft space. Choose from canvas art, a notebook cover or a greeting card to make the most of your folk art floral SVG files, or just craft them all. Because why not?

Autumn Flower Wreath SVG Files

Round up your card scraps and combine them with our autumnal SVG cutting files for an ombré wreath that’s totally OTT but oh so pretty. Corinne Bradd’s foliage festoon is the perfect floral craft for the autumn season, making the most of the warm hues it brings. These autumn wreath SVGs are guaranteed to cause a stir in the neighbourhood too, providing the perfect addition to your entrance. The best bit? These leafy SVG files are easy to pair with your Cricut or other digital cutting machine, and the wreath itself is easy peasy to put together. The foliage templates take all the hard work out for you, saving you tons of precious crafting time. Download them for free above!

Tropical Floral SVG Files

From an autumnal craft to a summer spectacular, our FREE flower SVGs just keep on getting better with these tropical cutting files. Transport yourself to tropical climates with your SVG downloads and Corinne Bradd’s tantalising canvas design. Get hands-on and start crafting now with your Cricut or other digital cutting machine by downloading your FREE floral SVG cutting files. Have fun arranging hibiscus flowers, foliage, a vibrant toucan and a tree-hugging sloth to create an exotic piece of home décor that will no doubt catch the eye of any visitor.

Daisy SVG Files

Corinne Bradd’s paper daisies are made entirely from white printer copy paper and green card – that’s it! Oh, and the centres are made from yellow DK yarn. They really are as simple as they sound! Of course, you’ll need to download these FREE daisy SVG cutting files first. Thanks to these brilliant SVGs, you can have a beautiful paper flower ready to display all through spring and summer using your Brother ScanNCut, Cricut or other digital cutting machine. What are you waiting for? Get crafting!

Build A Wreath SVG Files

What better way to welcome in your guests than with a gorgeous paper showstopper? Well, we have provided you with the opportunity to do exactly that with these amazing floral wreath SVG files. Our talented designer, Corinne Bradd, has created a stunning flower wreath featuring winter berries and festive foliage to decorate your doorstep. To get started, simply trim out your build a wreath flower SVG files using your digital cutting machine of choice and layer together. We’ve opted for vibrant shades, but why not change the colours to suit your décor?

Woodland Flower SVG Files

Whilst this may look like a paper cutting that took hours to create, it really couldn’t be any easier. Corinne Bradd has created 15 woodland floral SVG files for you to download, transfer onto your Cricut or other digital cutting machine and cut out. It’s that simple! You can then enjoy positioning and layering the shapes to create a stunning woodland composition. We love the mix of dusky background shades and foliage in vibrant colours – there’s lots of fun to be had cutting the templates from various tones and textures, so download yours and give it a go today.

Heart and Floral SVG Files

There’s nothing more precious than receiving a Valentine’s Day surprise, especially a handcrafted card, through your letterbox. For a truly heartwarming token, why not try this Valentine’s Day make for yourself that takes just three simple steps, a digital cutting machine and our FREE heart and floral SVG files? If you’re pressed for time, this is the perfect romantic make for you. Our Valentine’s Day flower SVG files do most of the work for you, providing the ideal basis for some truly lovely crafting.

Fox and Flower SVG Files

You’re getting two for the price of one with these incredible woodland fox and flower SVG files. With the help of Corinne Bradd and your Cricut, you can combine them with coloured card and an embroidery hoop for a splendid mixed-media make. Our flower SVG cutting files will help you welcome the beauty of nature into your home with a colourful wall display, featuring a friendly fox, a papercut background and vibrant blooms. Be sure to put your stash of card scraps to good use and say farewell to waste, as well.

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