Card Cover 5

Hi there!

I have a new Card Cover for you today and I have given you the digital sentiment I used for my card but of course you could use your own, today’s card cover has a Butterfly design. The wings on each Butterfly don’t quite meet up so they stay in place, the wings can be bent upwards to create dimension and to give a peak at the colour below :)

Today’s card cover makes for a super quick and easy card. Simply cut the 2 layers provided in contrasting colours, pop a sentiment behind the window, adhere to a card base then bend your wings slightly and you’re done.


I’ve been at the hot foiler for my sentiment again, I used silver this time :)


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 5 by Bird

Card Cover 5 Digital Cutting File by Bird

Here’s your Free Digi Sentiment:
(click on the image to expand before saving to your computer)


28 thoughts on “Card Cover 5

  1. Lisa

    I like the hot foiler! I’ve not seen this…looks interesting! From what I came up with in a search looks like an expensive machine. Are there personal ones I’m not seeing that would be cheaper?

    As always, thanks for sharing!

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  3. Gabi S.

    Hi there,

    I love all your files. I think I have almost all off your free cutting files. They are great. Thank you so much for all you do.
    But I especially love this one with the pop up butterfly wings. I hope we will see more of these with different kind of butterflies, dragonflies, birds, etc.

    Looooooove them. Thanks again.

    Do you have a post somewhere on how you use the hot foiler? I could not find it.


  4. Misty Morgan

    Lovely card, Bird! Thank you for sharing. I have the same foiler as you do that I bought a long time ago and only used it a few times. Now I need to bring it out again and start using it. So many fun toys! LOL Thanks for the inspiration!

  5. Bev

    Love this card, two effects on one card is wonderful. With a different sentiment, it will be a beautiful Mother’s Day card. Thank you.

  6. Jackie

    FabUlous once again – regards hot foiler – I have one that was on Create and craft a while back – lives in my cupboard as found it did not always foil well, may have to get it back out again – think was around £60 when I bought it also think the company was Letseret (not sure on the spelling of that) from memory !!

    1. Bird Post author

      I did some reading around and it seems that the toner from the laser printer needs to be really black so I set my printer to its highest setting and I used the heavy setting on the foiler, it seems to work on mine. Also I read somewhere that multi colour laser printers arent as good as black and white ones.

  7. Michelle

    Wow Bird, this is stunning. I love the hot foiling, it really pops out. Thank you so much for sharing all you fabulous work. x

  8. Nancy Stuart

    Hi, not sure where to put this. Somewhere I read that someone had asked you about doing your cards in the ScanNCut format. I just wanted to give you a heads up that on the ScanNCut Canvas online you can import SVG files and convert them to the SNC file name.

  9. Tracy

    So lovely! I used this for my mom’s birthday card yesterday, with a foil-printed cardstock background and a birthday sentiment, of course. She loved it. Thank you so much for your generosity with these cut files!


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