Download my free hand drawn flower cut files to make your own beautiful floral vinyl decals with your Silhouette or Cricut! Add them to picture frames, mugs, and more for easy, pretty gifts and decor. This post may contain affiliate links, which help to support this site. Thanks!
Is it getting to be spring yet where you are? The weather here has been just gorgeous this week, and I am loving spending time outside and enjoying it. I’m so happy it’s spring!
To celebrate, I have created some free flower cut files to share with you all. These pretty little modern florals can be cut out in one single color or in several colors for a fun multi-colored design. The cut files include a rectangular frame as well as four separate motifs. You can cut them from adhesive or heat transfer vinyl and then apply them to any surface you can think of!
I used these designs to create some pretty floral picture frames and floral mugs. To read more about how to make your own custom mugs with vinyl, check out this post.
DIY Floral Photo Frame
To make your own DIY floral photo frame using my free flower cut files, you will need:
- Picture Frame with Mat (this is the one I used or this would work well too)
- Silhouette Cameo, Cricut, or other cutting machine
- Adhesive Vinyl – I used a Glossy Permanent Vinyl and Transparent Glitter Vinyl
- Weeding Tool
- Application Tool
- Transfer Tape
And the last thing you will need is the cut file! You can grab the free flower cut files below. Please Note – These cut files are free for personal use only. For a commercial use license, contact me at email@example.com. 🙂
Free Flower Cut Files
- Floral Frame in Color – SVG
- Floral Frame in Black and White – SVG
- Floral Frame – PNG
- Floral Motifs in Color – SVG
- Floral Motifs in Black and White – SVG
- Floral Motifs – PNG
To make the floral frame, I cut the design from four different colors of vinyl and layered them together using registration marks and the method I explained HERE in this post.
I simply applied the vinyl floral frame to the glass and then slipped it back into the frame. I love the way this turned out!
Until Next Time, Happy Making!
Check out more of my cut files here: