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Sunday, February 24, 2013

One Cutting File Equals Many

Good day everyone! I would like to start out by thanking everyone who has made a donation. Thank you for your kindness and support.

Today, I would like to share a couple of ways I used the "Luck of the Irish" cutting file sets by using a couple of pieces in the set. I've created two pop-up cards by adding just a couple of things. The other pieces were used to embellish the front of the cards. I love anything on a card that moves, pops up, has dimension, movement, or a little surprise. I guess it's the kid in me. :)

The great thing about all of the cutting files we collect over time is the many ways one thing can be used in so many way. Below are just a couple of way I used these.

This is the picture of one quick card I made using the "Luck of the Irish" tag, words, and the little Leprechaun I had hand drawn using Silhouette Studio. All of these pieces are in the cutting file set. I just love the way the little Leprechaun pops up when the card is opened. What a fun surprise. I'll have to get this one in the mail for my mom. She loves stuff like this.




The pictures below are the cover and the inside of the second card I made with the "Luck of the Irish" cutting files. The Leprechaun hat was used on the cover, a little bling of glitter was applied to the shamrock, and the three little shamrocks on the front are those left over pieces from the tag. I used the "Luck" shamrock to make the pop-up element for this card. 


P.S. Yes, another P.S.....lol. I wanted to let everyone know, both the Leprechaun hat and little Leprechaun were all hand drawn in Studio. There is so much we can do and create with this awesome software. Again, I would like to add, if you don't own the Silhouette Studio Designer Edition, I would highly recommend purchasing it. P.S.S. - Many may think I am, but I am in no way affiliated with Silhouette. I just love their cutting machines and software. Hugs, Debbie






8 comments:

  1. What cute projects, Debbie! Thanks for the great ideas!

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  2. Hi Debbie. Cute cards using files. I am sure your grandchildren will love all the pop-up ideas too.
    Tine :)

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  3. Cute cards and files you've made. I must get busy making DH a card for St Patty's Day...he's of Irish descent! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  4. Cute! You should be an affiliate for them unless other thing business prevent it! Great asset they'd have! Lord give me time and focus to do others I have halfway planned and these files.Hopefully before the last day to mail for holiday! (Like Valentines) :)

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  5. Hi Debbie,

    FABULOUS and fun files - I'm betting these would be perfect for those who do St. Paddy's! I am hoping us ladies can take another bloggie hop soon, I'm READY for the challenge!

    How are you these days???

    ♥ Barb

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  6. Thank you for your very generous spirit! Thank you for sharing your talents with "us less fortunate"! LOL In all seriousness, I've learned a lot from your "youtube" videos. That is how I found your blog. I have a lot to learn yet using the Cameo. Many thanks! Jenny

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  7. Hi everyone, thanks for visiting. I will definitely try to get a tutorial made real soon. :)

    Barb, an Easter Bunny hop sounds like fun.We have to see what we can come up with. I've been so busy with my grandchildren and other irons in the fire but I'm hoping to get some nice Easter cutting files made. How have you been?

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