Category Archives: Free Digital Cutting Files

Daffodil Edge Card

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Well, I have a charged Camera now so I’m back with the card I promised you :)

Today’s freebie is a square Daffodil Edge Card. You can just cut the card base and you will have a stencil effect on the edge of your card or you can use the other 2 layers provided and sandwich some vellum or patterned paper between the stencil layers to create a window effect.

I cut both of my stencil layers from some yellow card and the solid layer from some vellum and used some wet glue to join them together. I cut a square of patterned paper and glued it into the inside of my card, I like the way I can see a muted pattern through my vellum. I used this sentiment for my tag and used more of my patterned paper behind it, I popped an eyelet into my tag and attached it to my card with some yellow seam binding.

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

Daffodil Edge Card by Bird

Daffodil Edge Card Digital Cutting File by Bird

If you like this style of card, here are a couple of other Flower Edge Cards I’ve previously shared:

TulipEdgeCardbyBird

click here for the Tulip Edge Card

DaisyEdgeCardbyBird

click here for the Daisy Edge Card (complete with tutorial)

Butterfly Easel Card

Hiyah!

I just went to photograph my latest card and the battery on my Camera ran out, so while I wait for it to charge up I thought I’d share a project that I’ve previously posted over at Team KnK just in case you haven’t seen it but also to add it to my archives here.

I had a Birthday Card to make recently for one of my Neices who loves Butterflies. Well, Easel Cards are always a winner with any recipient and having a cutting machine means that I can make them any shape or size I like. So, today I have a Butterfly Easel Card to share :)

Pic 1. I cut the solid pieces in the cut file from some pink cardstock to form my card base, I then cut the detailed front layer from some lightweight white card:

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Pic 2. Fold the larger of the solid pieces along the dashed lines as shown below:

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Pic 3. Add some strong double sided tape or wet glue on the area demonstrated below only:

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Pic 4. Attach your smaller solid piece ensuring that all of the edges are aligned to form your easel card base:

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Pic 5. Attach your detailed layer by adding tape or glue to the body area only, this will allow you to bend the wings forward and add lots of dimension to your card:

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Pic 6. You will need to add a stopper for your upright shape to rest against, I cut a basic banner shape and adhered it to the base with some 3D foam pads:

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Pic 7. I decorated my finished card with some sparkles and before sending this card I personalised it by added the recipients name to the stopper banner:

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

Butterfly Easel Card Digital Cutting File by Bird

Butterfly Easel Card Digital Cutting File by Bird

Card Cover 21

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I have another Card Cover for you today along with the backing layer, if you like this design and would like the larger square version you can find it here.

I popped a pearl into each hexagon shape, also I used the same font for my sentiment today as I did in my last post, it’s called Isabella.

CardCover21byBird

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

CardCover21byBird

Card Cover 21 Digital Cutting File by Bird