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Saturday, December 29, 2012

For the Valentines

I can't believe the New Year is just two days away and I'm already thinking Valentines day. This is my version of a Valentine post card. It's really simple and fast to make so you can quickly make a lot of them for all of the Valentines in your life.

The tiny bows is what took me the longest to make. You can use any sort of embellishment you would like but, I did include the tiny bows in the cutting files. The cutting files are in .svg, .dxf, and of course Studio.

You can download the zipped cutting files here.



20 comments:

  1. What a lovely card, thanks for share this
    hugs Linda

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  2. Thank you so much for these files. I like the
    border file most. Thank you for sharing.
    Greetje

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  3. Hi Debbie. I am new to the Silhouette and have a question. I purchased an SVG file from SVG.com and when you send it to the Silhouette it says no cut lines. It has the perforated lines to fold on. Do I always have to trace first? But then when I do that and say trace outer edge I get no perforated lines. When I say the other I get a double line around the whole item? What am I doing wrong?

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  4. Hello Craft Me This,

    I received your post on my blog. I’m writing to try to answer you questions about .svg files. You never have to trace anything with an .svg file. If you are able to open it then you’ll just need to go to the “Cut Style Settings” (it’s the icon which looks like a dart but it’s suppose to be a pair of scissors...lol) Here is where you can choose the cut style. If your perforated lines still show up as regular cut lines, you may have to ungroup the cutting file, select the line you want to be perforated, then go to “Line Style Window” and choose one of the perforated lines or stay in the “Cut Style Window” and choose perforate. I like to use the “Line Style Window” . I think it’s a finer perforation.

    If you ever have any questions, please feel free to email me. I’ll have to make a video tutorial about this, many have questions about .svg files.

    Have a blessing filled day and Happy New Year,
    Debbie

    P.S. I also sent you an email

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  5. Oh Debbie what a beautiful card and thanks for sharing another cut file with us.
    PS,I hope you are well on your way to feeling better,and many blessings for the New Year.
    Jocelan

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  6. So pretty. Thank you for sharing.

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  7. Thank you for such a cute card

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  8. Wow! A really pretty Valentine!! Thank you for such a pretty cut file. :)

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  9. Thank you for sharing this very pretty file! :)

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  10. Thank you so much for the beautiful Valentine cutting files! The little bows are so cute, and I can only imagine how much patience it took to make them! I am continuing to send you "feeling better" thoughts, and am keeping you in my prayers.
    Jolene

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  11. sweet sweet card, happy new year to you and yours, hugs

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  12. Thank you so much for the Valentine cutting files. I know they will get lots of use. Love your Valentine and I think it is cheaper to mail them than regular cards. As long as they are a certain size.

    Wishing you a Happy New Year full of wonderful things!

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  13. Your card is beautiful, Debbie! Thank you for sharing the files! I'm SO glad to see that you are so much better after your surgery. I breathe better, too, knowing that you are recovering nicely now.

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  14. You are getting well ahead now. Hope I can make a start soon. Lovely card, Debbie.
    Tine :)

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  15. Thank you for sharing your cut files with us. Being new to the Cameo, it's so nice to have something to start with. :) God Bless you and Happy New Years!

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  16. Debbie I love everything you do, but you email on this website doesn't work for me. I was wondering if you could go step by step how someone goes about downloading files on a blog. I'm very new to this and want to start offering files for people, but have no idea how to start that process. Thank You.
    Sandi sands947@yahoo.com

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  17. Hi Debbie,
    I just found your blog today and I'm totally thrilled. I love the things you make. And thank you so much for being so generous to share your cut files with us.
    I will add you straight to my bloglist, so I won't miss anything anymore.

    Happy New Year,
    Gaby

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  18. Hi Debbie,

    Woot, this is so wonderful! You clever CLEVER girl you, I'm going to catch up with you some time next week too. Miss you Much!

    ♥ Barb

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  19. Lovely card Debbie, thank you for sharing. Glad you are feeling better.

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  20. Thank you so much for your very kind files.God bless Mary x

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