I attended a wedding this weekend and this is the wedding cake card I made for the happy couple, would you like the cut file for it? yes? okie doke! :)
I went for an all white card as I didn’t know the colour scheme of the wedding. I cut the card base with some plain white card stock then cut the separate front panel in some lovely patterned paper by SEI, I wrapped some ribbon around the front panel before attaching to the card base to hide the ribbon edges. After attaching the paper swags I decided to add some little embroidery flowers and pearls for some dimension.
Here is your Cut File – ai, dxf, GSD, pdf & svg included:
Before I start I want to thank you all for being so supportive, I have had such lovely comments and emails after my last post, some of which reinforce exactly why I have been doing what I have been doing here and have really re-lit the fire underneath me. So, Thankyou! You guys are awesome!!
I have to apologise in advance that I am about to subject you to hearing my Westcountry accent in some videos now, lol!
I plucked up the courage to do some digi stamp videos while actually speaking at an audible volume. They are quite short but each show a different aspect of how I use my digis: preparing to print, changing the colour and adding text. I get so many questions regarding how I change the colour of my digis which I used to do in Photoshop but I know not many people have it so I sussed out a way to do it in Microsoft Word and I do it like this all of the time now. I hope these are clear enough and easy to follow for you, enjoy!