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Friday, July 15, 2011

Silhouette Gardenia File

Just popping in with some instructions on the Silhouette Gardenia file.  It is one of my favorite files as it was designed in such a way that you can create dimension but in a relatively flat space. I have been asked a couple of times by e-mail how to assemble this flower, so I thought that there might be others out there who also have a question mark on their forehead when they come to this file.  I've laid out 1+2+3 instructions:

I also want to post a project from a wonderful crafter who used this file in a project, Dolly (she asked me not to use her last name.) She created these seed packets with the gardenia file and to add dimension, she inked the edges of her paper and curled the petals of the flower under.  I love how these turned out!

I love to share projects that you have made with the Silhouette machine.  If you have something that you made with my Silhouette files that you would like me to consider sharing on my blog, please feel free to contact me.


  1. What a nice surprise to find my seed packets on your blog today!!
    Thanks for the lovely mention!

  2. OK, you are seriously killing me with your new files! LOL....LOVE this one, too and running to get it now! GORGEOUS work!!!!!


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