Just a few tips before we get started.
1) Whenever you cut out an intricate die - layer a piece of wax paper between the die and your cardstock. I use Reynolds Cut-Rite. You can find it in the grocery store next to the cling wrap and aluminum foil.
2) Always roll the flowers from the outside of the circle in.
3) A quilling tool is really helpful for the first inch or so to get the center tight.
4) Use a hot glue gun to quickly set the flower.
5) Crimp and bend your petals to give them more shape
This is the Spellbinder Bitty Blossom set - there is a large medium and small die in the set.
These are the Memory Box Pinwheel Posie, and Small Pinwheel Posie. They look about the same size but one is actually much taller than the other.
This is the Sizzix Spiral/Garland. It is marketed as a Christmas ornament, but the spiral design makes it a good candidate for a rolled flower. Maybe you have a die you can multi-purpose too?This is the Sizzix Flowers 3-D - There are two size flowers on the die. Sizzix dies are great for cutting out material - try a felt flower - you want to use a fabric that won't fray.
This is the Spellbinders Spiral Blossom One. The smaller flower on the right was created using one die cut flower. You can make your flowers larger with any of these dies by adding another die cut to your original flower. The larger flower in the photo on the left, was made by rolling two die cuts. First, Roll your flower as usual and glue it in place. Next roll a second die cut flower to get some spring into it, unroll it, and then intertwine 3 inches into the first bloom and then roll as you did the original. Glue it into place.
This is the Spellbinders Spiral Blossom Two.
Spellbinders Blossom ThreeI will link this under my tutorial page and if I get new rolled flower dies I will add pictures and descriptions.
I hope this helps!
Dies as noted above.
Paper: Papertrey Ink Raspberry Fizz