Now a simple file to share with you....a scalloped circle card with a scalloped insert that you can cut out either in cardstock or designer paper, and than decorate the card anyway you want. First of all the pic ....
Thanks to Inkscape I was able to create the inside scalloped circle using the dynamic offset option. Otherwise I would become frustrated getting the correct size!
Here are the SCAL2 file, Make the Cut file and also a scut2 file for your use.
I have completed the birthday card for my step-daughter who will turn 40 on December 4th. Actually the card svg is one I shared with you and I used my Make the Cut software to create this card and the embellishments. My SCAL2 and Cricut Personal does not work well with Windows 7 and the generic USB driver I downloaded from Craftedge only works with Make the Cut when I unplug the USB cable from the USB port (I believe there is an issue with the USB Serial converter !) Also it's time to bite the bullet, and buy a Cricut Expression but I am going to be spending three months with my daughter-in-law and family in Kansas and seeing my son come home from Iraq in March, the money for the Expression is not in the budget. Enough of my ramblings...here's the pic of the birthday card...
I have attached the card to piece of cardstock giving it stability and also be able to use envelope I already have in my stash...I would have to create a envelope for the smaller version and trying to finish up my Christmas cards, go to Mississippi for a couple days, and get back to pack for my trip to Kansas...didn't want to create the envelope.
And here's another pic of my 16 yr old grandson, D.J. holding his little cousin, Carson...notice the little belly on the lil man.... last I heard he was 6 lbs 10 ozs....growing like a little weed, he is....:-)
Good morning to all....I have completed the birthday card for my youngest granddaughter, Kassidy. She will be turning 7 on the 30th of this month....and since she loves to play with her hotwheels on a daily basis, and seems like hour of playing, making sure they're all lined up a certain way...she is OCD as well as ADHD. Here is the pics of the final card that I plan to include a McDonald's gift card....I still have to make an envelope as the card is slightly higher than a normal envelope.
Now to finish the Christmas cards which I will try to post when finished. I'm making them simple this year....no fancy cuts or designs, or sizes....Cricut Personal still don't work that well with my new laptop ... and planning a trip to Kansas for the Christmas holidays and no money available for a Cricut Expression.
I am trying to sell some of my wood mounted rubber stamps stash as I do not use these particular ones, plus I am finding I use more digital images in my work.
Now off to get my shower, dress for the day and go mail a package to my granddaughter and than stop at the scrapbook store downtown....
Hi yall all...my youngest granddaughter, Kassi will be turning 7 end of this month and since she likes cars (will play with her collection of nearly 100 Hotwheels for hours) I am working on her b-day card. I am sharing what I have finished so far.....
I have not finished the tires or the body...when I work with a project I take my time so it will look good. I'm no professional but want my work to be good. Not sure what to do with the tires just yet...it will be a shade of black/gray.
Hello all...I created a card with Happy at top and Birthday on bottom. The individual letters can be 'broken apart' easily...I believe by break apart and clicking on each one and moving so you can cut the base card and each individual letter in a different color.
I have been MIA in my creating of cut files but that is due to making Halloween and Thanksgiving cards to send out, plus working on a mini-album/baby card for my granddaughter which I will post pics when finished with the album. Sorry I mailed the Halloween cards without posting to this blog...my apologizes. Here is couple pics of thanksgiving card which is in the form of a easel card. I like that design the best. I am planning to make my own envelopes to use for mailing these cards.