Good morning to all. I realize that I have not shared cut files with you in a long time because of my duties on several design teams. And this morning I viewed a youtube.com video about creating a lattice mat for a card and thought I would create a card using the Make the Cut software….
I hope the link works and will direct you to the download as Box.com changed a lot of their features since I started using it!
This file only comes in svg and studio3 format, but if you use Make the Cut software, the file can be imported as a svg file. Hope you enjoy the file; and thank you for taking time to visit with me today. Blessings to all.
Good morning crafters…another Sunsational Stamp project to showcase today. This card will be delivered to my granddaughter who will be graduated from 8th grade last evening.
On this image, I used Copic Markers to color, except for the Cap – I used Black Soot Distressed Ink marker. The beak and feet I applied Wink of Stella Clear glitter. I applied part of the Bright Graduation Greeting
; and a single silver gemstone to the center of the bow.
Inside of Graduation Card.
‘from 8th grade’ was printed on inside and than cut out with my Silhouette Cameo.
Thank you for stopping by to visit with me, and may you have a blessed day. Happy crafting.
June is soon here, and I used for my ‘Make a Snowman’ themed project two stamps from here and here
and the mats from SilhouetteAmerica Design Store and created this:
I first created the jpeg image of the Snowman and than, along with the sentiment, printed on the fancy edge mat. The trees I colored with my Stampin! UP markers, and than adhered to the side of the snowman with foam tape. The nose I applied clear glitter with Wink of Stella glitter pens. Both mats adhered to the card base,
Thank you for coming by to visit with me today, and may you have a blessed day.
From this image
I created this birthday card:
Using copic markers, I colored the Dog in shades of brown, and eyes with blue from Stampin! Up; and the nose with Black Distressed Marker and than applied glossy accents to his nose for a wet look. The sentiment from Internet/Google search and applied flat buttons/beads to the corners of the mat, sentiment tag and card corner.
I first print and cut the card base with my Silhouette Studio DE. Actually the sentiment (front and inside go together, I just ungrouped it in my software so I can print separately.)
Thank you for visiting with me today, and happy crafting this last weekend of May.
I created a digital layout using this file from Creative Pointe
- Scrap paper, acorn clipart, journaling card and wordard from PixelScrapper Digital Scrapbooking
- The charcoal grill clipart – not sure where I downloaded the file from (so apologizes go out to whoever that I’m not able to give credit to.)
- Photos of stepson and wife camping in Indiana.
- Adobde Photoshop Elements used for digital scrapping.
Thank you for stopping by today to visit with me, and head on over to Creative Cutting Challenges for more inspiration; and join in the fun challenge.
Hi, I am with another digital layout using these files from:
Dog Food Set
(I would display pics of her pieces but she does not watermark her items properly.)
And here is my layout I worked up….
Now to the recipe:
- Papers, and bubble wordart from Puppy Dog Mini Kit
- Photo of my son’s dog – special attachment to Bella because we took care of her for two years while my son and family was in Korea.
- Layout was created using Adobe Photoshop Elements, and from tutorial on how to create a torn paper edge in PixelScrapper Digital Scrapbooking
Thank you for taking time to visit with me, and may you have a great day of crafting.
Hello, I am here to share with you another vintage Christmas card for Christmas Cards All Year ‘Round
This is a card I created using a Vintage Christmas image from a google search, using my Silhouette Cameo and Studio DE to print and cut the picture; and adhered to the front of white cardstock. When I am ready to mail out next Christmas, I will stamp a Christmas sentiment.