How to Make a Paper Stargazer Lily

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Cricut Design space users- Use the PNG of the petals and the SVG of the leaves. Resize the large petal to 6.861 high by 3.215 wide. Resize the small petal to 6.561 high by 3.079 wide. Cut 3 large petals and 3 small petals. Resize the leaves to 2.492 wide by 4.184 high.

Resize SVG file to 9.171 wide by 9.569 tall.

I have always loved stargazer lilies.  But I hate, HATE how the pollen gets everywhere. It would stain my tablecloth. It would stain my hands. And if my kids ever played with them, I would find pollen half-way across the house. 

I bought some stargazer lilies at a florist so I could base this paper lily template after them.  But when I bought the lilies, they didn’t have their anther (the yellow thing that holds the pollen) Apparently, you can remove them. Why didn’t I think of that!?

The florist said it would make the flower last longer and as an added bonus,you won’t get pollen everywhere. I wish someone had told me that before my tablecloths got stained.

The petals for these paper lilies are printed on the printer and then cut. So no drawing skill is required 🙂 

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  1. debra

    I am struggling to get the file into design space – im sure im doing something silly. I get a message saying that i am trying to upload a file with pattern infill and this is unsupported and do i want to continue. if i say yes its just black shapes – is this right? and how do i then line up the cut files with the printed images from the PDF?

    Thanks
    Debra

    1. sunflowersummerco

      You will need to use the PNG file instead of the SVG

  2. yvettecastro

    I am trying to use the SVG included in the download of the Petals. I do not have a PNG file. It was not included in the download.
    I want to use the print to cut feature on my Cricut, but the largest size I can go is 6.67 x 9.25. Is there a way to separate the petals so I can print within those parameters?

    1. sunflowersummerco

      I updated the png so it is easier to print. I sent the new png to your email.

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