Good Evening all!
It’s freebie time again and I have to credit Patti, Lee and Rhonda from the Bird’s SVGs facebook group who were discussing the ‘box in a card’ idea and how well it would work as a place card. So, today I have made an SVG version so you can whip some up quickly with no measuring or scoring etc to worry about :)
Now I know it’s really close but I was thinking that as Thanksgiving is this week in the US, you may be able to make some of these in time for your Thanksgiving dinner:
As you can see, there is more than enough room for a truffle inside, here’s a Christmas version:
Simply change the papers to suit your event and add some fun embellishments, I hope you enjoy making yours :)
Good Evening Guys!
I’m pleased to announce that the brand new ‘Christmastime’ SVG collection is now available at the store and is on Special for the first week of sale.
The Christmastime SVG collection contains festive home decor projects and a fun Christmas Card with co-ordinating envelope.
The 3D Gingerbread House is not only a decorative item to have in your home but it is also a working clock and a luminary too, add a clock mechanism (I used 49mm clock hands) and any electronic lights then enjoy! Here’s the assembly video:
The Mistletoe Ball is super quick and easy to make, add a colourful bow and it will look great in your hall or a doorway. Here’s the assembly video:
The Gingerbread House Card is a fun and easy to make card and comes with a decorative envelope too. Here’s the assembly video:
The Snowflake Christmas Tree is so easy to assemble you won’t believe it, cut your star from some glitter or mirror card for a special finish. Here’s the assembly video:
The Christmastime SVG collection is available now and is on special for the next week so grab your copy now and enjoy your festive crafting :)
I have a Halloween themed freebie for you today, it’s a sign for you to hang on your front door or in your window to welcome trick or treaters on Halloween night.
I used a couple of glue dots to attach the sign to the window in my front door:
I cut my sign from some extra thick cardstock, if you are using lighter weight card, simply cut it twice and glue the two pieces together.