this cutting file has two layers:
A couple of months ago Leslie has requested me a japanese bridge cutting file in order to create a scrapbook page... I guess.
Now I'd like to show her the results of my first tryings....
yeap I know Leslie...still not made from the pictures you have sent me...but just a free interpretation...
My suggestion to get the subtle japanese colors on this landscape is to use an appliance named
sprayza airbrush system( NO AFFILIATION!!!)...or similar
after you have glued your paper cuts on your surface.
sprayza is very unnexpensive...and you can get a great airbrush effect using several watercolor markers.
Leslie....hope you like those files ...using them at least when planning the best composition for your page.
japanese mountain background HERE
japanese bridge HERE
Posted by prob21 at 9:52:00 AM
just a name card to be used on a Halloween table....or basket...or....
It has three layers... the first one green HERE
second one black HERE and
third one purple HERE
using a glow in the dark marker set or a silver marker/pen to write the words ...is a "must"
Posted by prob21 at 7:46:00 AM
I've think about this card to be made with a bottom black layer HERE
then after you have score the card in half.... some top elements must be added...I mean...an orange liner to be glued on the right... inside the card... so it would work as the owl&moon silhouette's background.
Besides that a tag with greetings.... comes on the front of the card...having three layers...a gray one... an orange one... and the last.... a purple one with cut-out words. HERE
Since it's a BIG card I've made the cutting files on a 12x12 mat.
Hope it helps.
Happy Halloween guys!
Posted by prob21 at 5:07:00 AM
that's my suggestion for a cute card project.
It's a two layer cutting file:
the plain color bottom one and a top layer I think it could be unusual and cool to be cut on a patterned paper(not the usual pale beige bone color...lol)
After both layers are cut and glued you can tie a REAL narrow red satin ribbon bow to the wishbone...then glue the element on your front page card...finishing with the words.
If you like my suggestion...please get the cutting file HERE
Posted by prob21 at 12:31:00 PM
silhouette I've made for Linda a hobby breeder of Australian Shepherds.
Besides the silhouette cutting file I have worked on a paper piecing file to be used to etching some "souvenirs" for their Nationals which is a very big event.
Then take a look please...... what GORGEOUS artwork Linda made!
Congratulations LINDA! you rock... talented lady!
I have to apologize on here...since I didn't finished all the Australian shepherd paper piecing file...just the head one. When it's done I'll share the paper piecing cut file on here, OK?
Anyway Linda.... with her TALENT... made it possible.
Thank you Linda for sharing that wonderful picture with us.
Posted by prob21 at 10:40:00 PM
I won't upload a new heart cutting file the next 3 months...lol
The second flourish bordered heart has two layers...the bold bottom one and the top one as a flourish frame...so you can make several combinations on your project.
If you like it please get your cutting file on HERE
Posted by prob21 at 8:47:00 PM
but I couldn't resist to play with some scrap vectors that were left from my previous heart cutting file.
So please bear with my hearts...lol.
I think they resulted cool enough to be shared.
Hope some of you like them also.
get your cutting file HERE
Posted by prob21 at 8:23:00 PM
a two layers element...you can use a plain paper to the top one and a fancy chiyogami light paper as the bottom layer enhancing the fruit, leaves and branches shapes...using some opaque color mists, inks or crayons.
get your cutting files on HERE
Posted by prob21 at 2:10:00 AM
sorry guys I know I'm still in debt with some of you. Please bear with my delay.
I'm in processing of moving to another condo...I bought 3y ago...old&bigger than my new one.
So I've a terrible backpain after carrying a lot of heavy boxes...full of books last weekend.
Shame on me for not letting the right guys do that job by himselves. I just can't see anyone doing a simple work without giving a little help...it's the way I got from my family.
Meanwhile I've finished that Deborah's asian daisy. It's a two layer cut file.I'm sure it will add a great accent to her project.
Hope all of you are having a blessed week.
Posted by prob21 at 4:56:00 PM
as you know I still have four requested files to be finished/done....after that.
Hi Sally...hope you like your butterfly pierced page. As I did before I added another colorful page behind the pierced one....since I think it's the best way to get the butterfly design pop-up.
If you like it also...please get your cut file on HERE
I think this file can be used on a 20x20 card...or even to embellish a squared box lid.
Posted by prob21 at 2:55:00 AM