All my files are for personal use. I do not charge for any files I create. I share them here for others to use for personal use only. Please give credit where credit is due. I will try to do the same. This means I will try to identify where I got an item or a project if I didn't create it myself and there is an identifable source. Sometimes however I use basic clipart or coloring pages.
Taking any road trips this summer? Snap a few photos and make pages for your scrapbook! Or maybe you have some old photos you can pull out and work with. Thanks to Tina for the road trip suggestion! Just size each layer to the same width (while keeping the proportions) and everything will fit together just right. Happy crafting!
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Free SVG File – Sure Cuts A Lot – 07.21.11 – S’more
July 21, 2011
Make this cute smore for your camping or backyard scrapbook page, or even make a card to invite some friends over for a little smore party. Gather round the fire pit or the campfire! Your download includes the smore WITH the caption and the smore without the caption to make it easy to use both ways. If your smore measures less than four inches wide, you will need to draw the eyes and mouth with a marker. To use the caption, your smore needs to be at least four inches wide. Happy crafting!
If you need help learning how to cut a multi-layered design element, check out our video tutorial by clicking here and you’ll be a pro in no time at all!
I just found this wonderful kit over at http://svgcuts.com/blog/ I have so many wonderful ideas going threw my head of how I am going to use this kit and it only took minutes to upload!
Collection– $6.99 Value
July 14, 2011
SVG Kit Description:
Feel the warm breeze on your skin and take it easy with our adorable new Tropical Friends! Perfect for making summer cards and gift bags or scrapbooking your vacation photos. Make your girlfriend a flamingo card, or create a mermaid-themed birthday party for your special girl. Create a beautiful hummingbird gift bag for your garden lover or scrapbook your photos of Sea World or the zoo. Teach little ones the names of animals and make some refrigerator or door decorations. You can even use the cute turtle and whale on baby projects.
You get everything pictured, including the toucan, the tropical fruity drink, the hummingbird, the seagull, the hibiscus, the three captions, the parrot, the coral, the sea turtle, the mermaid, the tropical fish, the pelican, the flamingo, the dolphin, the octopus, the shark, the orca, the whale, the walrus, the starfish, the sea anenome, the clownfish and the tropical flowers. Pour yourself some coconut water and get creative this summer!
There are several different kinds of step-cards. Here are measurements for a few.
You start with a piece of paper that is 12 inches long and 5 1/2 inches wide. Make a 5 1/2 score line (from top to bottom) at 2, 4, 8, & 10 inches from the left side of the card. Between the 2 inch and 10 inch score lines, make an 8 inch cut line 1 1/2 inches from the top of the card. Repeat this cut line 1 1/2 inches from the bottom of the card.
Refer to pictures to see how to fold.
You are welcome to the cut files, but NOTE:
The finished card is 12 inches long. You will need to resize the image so it will fit on the page. These are just the cut lines. You will need to score the card by hand.
Here are the measurements for a side step card. (Sometimes called a shutter card)
I usually cut and score my cards by hand but here are the cut files and score line guides.
***********************If you do not want the perforated lines to cut for the score lines, you will need to delete them before you cut.************************
This file is going to be fun to work with. You don't have to use the blackout part of it. You can use just the boots and flowers. Then you won't have that puddle looking design in the background. Have fun!
The Old Farmer's Almanac lists the traditional timing of the Dog Days (the hottest, most sultry days of summer) as the 40 days beginning July 3 and ending August 11.
Yep, I guess we are in 'em! So might as well make the most of them!
Through the years I've paper pieced (by hand) several different doggie designs. So I thought I would convert some to cutting files in order to share them with you and be able easily re-use them myself.
Perfect place to start would be with the dachshound aka the HOTdog - of course!!
I needed a simple, layered flamingo file. Counldn't find anything I liked so I made one using a coloring page. You can download the svg here. Just import it into your program and ungroup the image for the different layers. Hope you can use this one!!
I cut this out of vinyl last night. I did not use the brown legs at a size less than 3" high. It looks great with just the pink, yellow and black!! I will post a picture of my completed project later this evening.
Found this cute Beach Title for summer pictures.
Here is a beach title. I used the same umbrella from here: beach umbrellaClick here to download the sand and the words. See the link above to download the umbrella