Archive for October, 2012
Following my Card for Mum, I had lots of requests for a version without the word Mum which you can find in this post. I have since had a request from arascrap on The Forum that I put a blank version together so that you can use your own wording which is a great idea so here it is :)
Remember to place (weld) your wording so that it reads correctly when the card is folded, you will need to flip the word in the first and third panel horizontally. Also I recommend that you cut an extra piece of card to cover the back to add some stability and give you a nice big area to write your message. If you wish to have all of the panels (apart from the back where you write your message) covered with patterned paper, you will need to cut 8 pieces of the smaller panel included.
Good Evening Guys!
Thanks to those of you who have registered on the forum so far, there is bound to be a couple of teething problems along the way which we will do our very best to stay on top of. Also it occurred to me that due to the different time zones we are all in, I may not see your posts/questions straight away but it shall become part of my morning routine to catch up with things :)
So, Today’s Cut File is a Christmas Card with a choice of 2 word blocks for the front, it is a very clean and simple design and is really quick to make so it’s great for when you need to produce multiples.
I chose to go for non-traditional colours for my cards today and I love to layer textures or finishes in the same colour so I matched up some glitter card for the word blocks with some textured card stock in a lighter shade for the card base.
Here’s your Free Cut File – Formats include ai, dxf, gsd, pdf, studio & svg:
(click on the link below the image to download)
A forum is something I have been thinking about for a long time as I do get questions on my blog and it’s not always easy to go back and find the individual post for the answer, I think it could be a useful place for these type of questions and for me to answer multiple emails, also for requests and such like. So I have taken the plunge and added a forum to my site, at the moment you can find it on the top left hand side of the site but this is a temporary place and it may move soon. Please feel free to add to the forum and share what you’ve been working on, submit a request or ask any questions you may have. I hope you will find the forum to be a welcome addition to the site :)