take a look please at those gorgeous art pieces Pat, Nelda, Sheri and Karin have made.
Congratulations ladies! Your art pieces are awesome. Love them.
I'm so honored besides you have made use of my blog's cut files you 've sent those great pictures.
Thx many thx for your kindness..... flattered here.
It has a base card layer, a card liner layer ( you can cut it twice...I mean...one on a plain color or patterned paper that must be glued behind the front page...another one must be cut on a light paper glued on the right inner page... where you usually write your words... )...and 4 embellishment top layers.
DYRMSH card base layer: HERE
DYRMSH card liner layer: HERE
DYRMSH card T1 layer: HERE
DYRMSH card T2 layer: HERE
DYRMSH card T3 layer: HERE
DYRMSH card T4 layer: HERE
Debbie is a proud mom of three beautiful daughters...so she requested some Color Guard girls cutting files in order to embellish some scrapbooking pages.
I'd like to thank you Debbie...for your patience. I've delayied a lot finishing those cut files.
Still hope you use them.
this cutting file was traced in a way you can use the B layer as a shadow for the T layer that has " marks" besides
its "body" so you can score and fold the butterfly wings....getting a kinda 3-D accent on your project.
Hope it works for anyone who likes it.
Louisa Dubois from The Netherlands sent another masterpiece card picture...
She made it using the peony cut file. Congratulations Louisa!
Love how she builts the flower using a patterned paper. Awesome result....besides the wonderful color combination of course.
Thx many thx for sharing your gorgeous creations.
Since Pamela has requested a guineapig cut file I've traced that paper piecing one hoping it works for her.
It has a Base layer and 3 top layers. I guess it could be cute if the first and second top layer are made from a
patterned paper....depending on the color combo you'd like to your project.
a couple of hours ago someone was looking for a palm tree cutting file on one of Yahoo SCALgroups.
Since a palm tree reminds me my favorite beach here in Brazil...where I love to go on my vacations I've decided to trace a brazilian palm tree silhouette as a souvenir from my favorite brazilian beach.
Too bad last time I've been there... 8years ago. It's 1200 km or about 746 miles far from my home.
I'm sure everyone who makes this trip has an amazing reward at the end.
You can have an idea clicking on here: http://www.corumbau.com.br/
I have to confess I was not sure after getting my Bind-it-all ....if I will have fun with it ...or not...lol
Last weekend finally I decided to try it. In order to make a simple notebook as a gift for one of my BFF...her name is Hindy. She's my Godson Tomás's mom.
My big challenge here was that I've chosen the more cheap materials I could find among my craft stuff....I mean I took some "trash"...lol...as ordinary brown cardboard....and a lot of empty brown paper bags I've saved from my supermarket shoppings....lol ...at last some old natural color cotton...I have tried some of my silkscreens...made previously for my polymer clay projects.
Then...some Tim Holtz's Distress Ink( tea dye)...some Ranger's UTEE+ Melting pot...a silicone mold from a coral I got from my last vacations at my favorite brazilian beach...I mean....8y ago...( too bad...) and a golden string. I couldn't forget a bunch of asian rubber stamps I got from Stampfrancisco a couple of years ago....and some MS border punches, of course...lol
I've printed some of the brown paper bag pages on my HP laser printer .
(oops NO AFFILIATION with any craft product mentioned above)
I think it resulted pretty cool...and I have a lot of fun making it at my mom's apartment....( I swear I've cleaned all my mess when it was finished....lol).
dark brown base layer: HERE
tanned skin color T1 layer: HERE
white T2 layer: HERE
light pink T3 layer: HERE
gold T4 later: HERE
olive green T5 layer: HERE
brown T6 layer: HERE
teal T7 layer: HERE (you can use a patterned paper on here...as a hawaiian shirt for example).