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Sunday, June 30, 2013

July Cutting Files Have Arrived

Hello everyone, Before I type a thing I want to send out a big THANK YOU and a big HUG to all of you who have so kindly made donations. They have helped keep me in crafting supplies and an added bonus; they have made my hubby happy. He like me paying for my own craft supplies and this sure helps with our home budget.

As many of you already know, each month I create a set of cutting files for those whom make a donation in that month. I started making the July files as soon as I posted the June files. Each and every file I make is test cut and comes in three file formats (.svg,.dxf, and Studio). All of them also have photos of the projects.

I don't want anyone to miss out on these cutting files because they are on a tight budget or limited income so please don't be too shy to email me. I will be happy to send them to you. I know many of us have had to tighten our belts but nobody should miss out on fun creative times.Paper crafting is sure a nice way to fill a day and relax.

These are the files which will be emailed for those whom send a donation in the month of July. I can't take all of the credit. Many of the files I created were inspired by a lovely, very creative, and so inspiring. Her name is Eunice. I discovered her at her blog A Star for Chiemi. The "Tissue Box Card" and the "Pop Up Bear in a Box" were both inspired by her shared creations. I love all of her projects but these cuties melted my heart so I went off to start designing my own version.

The "Close to You" card was inspired by a picture I saw on Google Images. This one was a doozer to create. I saw the adorable boy and girl sitting on the bench and knew I had to make a card just like it. It took some time and figuring out but it turned out soooo...cute. I love the way the tab is pulled and it has this sweet little couple snuggled on the bench. It's very easy to put together. All you have to do is make sure you place the white strip of paper in between the bench area. Place the girl in her place on the bench, add a second girl by adding some pop dots (this will help the boy place his arm behind her). Glue the boy on the other side of the bench. Make sure to only glue the him to the white strip.The strip itself will go over and under. This means you will  tuck the ends of the white slide strip under the slits. The picture will be helpful.

Another one of my favorite kind of cards are the flip-it cards. The "Fancy Flip-It Card" is a fun card to make and they are always fun to receive.

The "Cherry Blossom Card" is another cutting file you will receive. This card is my favorite. I designed it for a very special lady who has inspired me with her kindness. I know she would want me to share it with others.

Below are pictures of the cutting files you will receive. If you would ever want any of the previous months of donation files instead of the current files, please let me know and I will send them. Thank you for your support of my efforts to keep on creating and sharing. Hugs, Debbie

Close to You Card 1

Close To You Card 2

Fancy Flip-It Card Closed 

(The graphic of the little girl is not included in this file. It's a copyrighted image)

Fancy Flip-It Card Opened

Bear In A Box Card Opened

Instructions: There is a strip which needs to be glued in the center of the box so you can attach the bear or any other things to hold them into place when the card is closed. After you put the box together all you need
to do is glue or adhere it with double sided tape to the center of the card. Once you've decided where you want your squares of tissue paper add a dab of glue to hold them in place. 

Bear In A Box Card Close Up 

Bear In A Box Card Top View

Tissue Box Card Closed

Tissue Box Card Closed (This file doesn't include the graphic because it it Copyrighted)

Cherry Blossom Card

Cherry Blossom Card Opened


  1. Debbie I love the cut files for the month of July.
    Your talent amazes me.Thanks for sharing.
    Blessing's Jocelan

  2. Hi Debbie. You are always soooo busy with your creative projects. Your 'close to you' card made me chuckle....:) Love the dimension of your other projects & the cherry blossom card is gorgeous too.
    Tine :)

  3. Debbie, you are so clever. I LOVE all of the cards. My DIL is a nurse and she uses wipes all the time. I found a small pack that I think will work in the tissue box. If it works I'll send you a picture. Thanks again for sharing!!

  4. Holy crap..........
    Soooooooooooo cute.

  5. Hi Debbie! Fabulous version of the pop up box and tissue box...I had a "vision" of the same pop up box in a card like yours, but hadn't had the time to figure it out...I'm so happy that you figured out the details for us! Your card turned out beautifully, and I can't wait to give it a try. Thanks for always generously sharing your hard work and wonderful talents with us!

  6. Thanks you everyone for your ever so sweet comments.

    Eunice, I love your blog. You give me such wonderful inspirations. I'm always looking forward to seeing your beautiful creations. You are blessed with so much creative talent.

  7. Hi Debbie,

    All your files, as usual, are simply incredible. You are a constant inspiration to me! I will try calling you one day again very soon, I'd love to catch up with you.


  8. Lovely files Debbie. Congrats

  9. these files are great! Is there anyway you are still offering them since they are several months old? I will be glad to send you a donation for them if you are still offering them. Please get back with me if possible at Thank you.


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