Card Cover 1


I have a lattice frame for you today which I am calling a card cover, the reason for this is I am starting a new set of designs which will fit onto the front of a standard size card. If you set the height to 4 inches the length will come to 5.5 inches which is a compramise between the different standard card sizes used around the world. I’ve used my card cover as a frame on a larger card today (DL size), I will try to give you a few different examples of how they can be used as I add more designs :)


Here’s your Free Cut File – Formats include ai, dxf, gsd, mtc, pdf, studio & svg:
(click on the link below the image to download)

Card Cover 1 by Bird

Card Cover 1 Digital Cutting File by Bird

**edit** I have just realised that I actually made today’s cut file in the wrong size, I made it 3 inches tall when it is 5.5 inches long. I promise to make the future designs in the correct proportions…what a daft thing to do :(

24 thoughts on “Card Cover 1

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  2. Trish

    Thank you so much Bird! i am really excited about seeing what you create next! The cover card trend has me hooked and your lovelies will make it that much better!

  3. Bev

    Thank you for this new idea, I can’t wait to see how you use them. Some of need help with ideas at times and you are so good at doing that.

  4. Jeanette

    Thank you for this card cover…it is a great background for so many things! I hope you make more! Thank you for all the great files you share.

  5. Paula Gale

    Thank you Bird…

    this will make a lovely mat for the front of cards and will look nice when sized to sit in the middle of A5 cards too. I wouldn’t worry about the size too much – there is always something to use it for – and you have provided us with enough choices in the past anyway. I’m grateful for all that you provide. Thank you again.

    Paula x x x

  6. Michelle E

    I always look forward to your emails Bird, I love all your work. Thanks so much for another great file. xx


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