Hello - thank you for stopping by. Today I am sharing a card I made using files from SVG Attic. It is the Cupid Wings with Pull Tabs card from JGW Heartfelt Delivery. I don't know how I've missed this card! I just love it.
I used paper by Marion Smith Designs - Gypsy for the base and DCWV The Twinkle Glints
and Foiled for the gears and wings. The file includes an optional piece you can use to hang the card.
Happy Christmas Eve. If any of you are like me you are doing some last minute projects. I decided I wanted some cute tags to go on my gifts this year and I choose a file from My Scrap Chick - Sweet Winter Faces. These were perfect. There are very few pieces so they went to together very quickly!
Added bonus - they are super cute!
I used Trendy Twine to attach them to the packages and I added a circle to the back of each to write on. You could also use the piece in the file that makes them a card and write inside that. I made these smaller than the original file - I sized them to 4 inches.
I just love how these turned out.
I also used the Owl Love U file. You can't see them but this paper has owls on it.
Thank you for stopping by. I wish you all a very Merry Christmas!
Today we are celebrating the birth of the newest member or the SVG Attic family, Cooper. There is nothing sweeter than a new baby and what better time to welcome a new life than the during the celebration of the birth of Jesus!
Hello today I am sharing a project from My Scrap Chick. The K Cup Gift Wrap-4 Cup. I think this would make a wonderful wrap for an office gift. I know there are several of my co-workers that would really appreciate this gift! Added bonus - it is quick and easy!
The paper is from Authentique - Frosty Christmas. I just love the colors of this pad!
There is also a sheet of stickers that had this perfect sentiment.
Hello today I am sharing a project I made using files from SVG Attic. I made the Three Wise Men cracker boxes that can be found in the JGW Gifts for the King kit. These went together very quickly and I think they look wonderful. I like the way they fit in the tray that is included in the file.
I love the rich look of the paper. It is Graphic 45 - Midnight Masquerade.
I also added some Self-Adhesive Pearl Jewels from Oriental Trading. This would be a good project to do with the kids. I think I am going to use mine as teacher gifts.
Hello today I am bringing you a project I made with files from SVG Attic. I created this beautiful Christmas Dress Form using the dressmakers mannequin and mannequin skirt cage from the JGW Just Sew kit, the branches of the Noble Fir from the O Christmas Tree SVGA kit and the Poinsettias from JGW Poinsettia Passion.
The paper I used is DCWV Cranberry Christmas - it is just beautiful. I got it at Michaels and it will be on sale next week for $5. What a great deal!
Hello crafty friends. I hope everyone had a fun and safe Halloween. I know my kids really enjoyed the night!
Today I am sharing a card from SVG Attic. I made using the CG Father Christmas kit. The Santa's List Box Card. This is one of my favorite cards. I have to warn you that there is a lot of paper piecing to do with this card but I think it is worth the time!
I used Graphic 45 - Father Christmas paper.
I also inked a lot of the edges to add more depth to the card.
Hello today I am sharing this beautiful card from My Scrap Chick. It can be found in the Sunflowers and Bumble Bees Bundle. This kit is awesome and has a wonderful Sunflower rosette! I decided to make the Sunflower A2 Shape Card because I thought it would make a perfect "Get Well" card for a friend.
It is so sweet. There are a lot of pieces but nothing difficult to put together. I creased all my petals and inked the edges of all the pieces to give the flower more depth. I like that it is an A2 so it won't cost a lot to mail. I think I will be using this card often. Thank you for stopping by.
Hello today I want to share with you a cute card I made with files from SVG Attic. I made the steaming cocoa mug box card from JGW Snowflake Stars.
I changed the file a little. I added a "flap" to the front of the card.
I used the extra optional piece and welded it to the card base. NOTE: If you are using Silhouette you will weld the two pieces together. If you use SCAL (like I do) you will have to break apart the base then select the two pieces and under path you will select "Union". If you don't break the base apart you will lose the fold lines.
I added some bling to the center of the snowflakes and used the cutout from the cup on my front flap. I added a small piece of foam tape to pop it. The paper is Doodlebug Sugarplums that I had left over from last year.
Hello today I am sharing a project I made using files from My Scrap Chick. I combined two different files to make this cute candy dish. I used the Haunted House from Haunted House Easel Card and the Trick or Treat Snack Box.
I sized the Haunted House so that it was as wide as the snack box and then I welded the shapes together. TIP: To make sure all the pieces of the Haunted House are sized correctly put them all on the computer mat and group them before I re-sizing.
Hello today I wanted to share a project I made using SVG Cuts files. It was designed by Kathy Helton - Frosty Flake Snowman. I have wanted to make him for some time now and finally had a chance. I love him. He looks great in bright colors!
The paper I used was an old DCWV stack I've had for several years.
Doesn't he have the cute face? Thank you for stopping by.
Happy Friday! Today I am sharing a project from SVG Attic. The bag and boxcard from CG Carousel Dreams. It is my favorite kit I've created. I just love the look of everything! I decided to use some "boy" colors and I must say I love how everything turned out!
You could definitely use this for the special little man in your life!
The paper I used is Echo Park - Once Upon A Time, Prince. I just love the colors of this paper. It gives everything a very princely feel :)
Hello today I am sharing a cute and quick project from My Scrap Chick. The Cups, Frosty Cocoa Cup. These are so cute and you can make a bunch in a short amount of time.
I used a little foam tape on the snowflake to give it some dimension.
I also added a little bling to the center of the snowflake. These would make great gifts for your children to make for their class. It's easy enough for them to do and would not take too long for them to finish. Thank you for stopping by today.
Hello today I am sharing a Snowman Box Card from JGW Made of Snow. I made several of these little cuties. I just love this card!
These cards went together so quickly. I inked the edges of the snowmen to give them a little more dimension. I also modified mine a little bit. I welded a "flap" to the front of my card instead of using the hearts. If I can keep up with making my cards this year I should be able to send out handmade cards to everyone on my list!
Hello crafty friends. Today I am sharing a project from SVG Attic - JGW 3D Witch. This project takes a some time a patience to put together but the finished project is well worth the effort!
Isn't she adorable. Her skirt panels are stitched together with some embroidery floss. The paper is some K&Company that I had and the accent panels are Graphic 45, Halloween in Wonderland.
Her hair is made out of Trendy Twine - Limeade. I made her hair according to the directions except I used Mod Podge instead of starch and I loosened the curls. To make her bangs I ran three strands of twine across the front of the hat. I glued the hair around the inside edge of the hat rather than her head then attached the hat.
I added a bat to the center of her bow. I also decided to not add the wings to my witch.