If you had some traditional papers, you might want to cut out some circles and layer them to create a "flower" in the color of your kit or project. Doing that is tedious with paper, but also very tedious with digital ones.
With this script, it only takes you a few seconds to generate up to 10 different flowers from a series of papers of your choice. This is the perfect way to add an element that is a perfect match to your project. Add a staple, a button or any other decorative element in the center to "fasten" your flower to your project.
Get this script in the store: Layered Flowers
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For a sampler, I ran the script with a few papers from a kit, Happy Birthday, from Marisa Lerin. You can get the whole kit for free, HERE.
Each flower is about 400 pixels wide and has 4 or 5 layers.
Since I used mostly basic color papers, these flowers can be quite versatile and usable in many projects.
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