Doily Square Frames

Hey There!

So, I think I caught the lurgy while I was away and as a result I have spent the last couple of days in bed as I couldn’t even think straight, at least it waited until after my trip was over! I feel slightly more human today so I had to get a post up for you :)

I have a pair of scalloped doily edged frames for you today, they can be cut as they are to give you frames or you can remove the middle cut line to have solid centered matting layers. I adapted the deep edge card 8 design to make these frames, the ribbon threading area is a little different and when I cut the version with the ribbon threading part for my card I really liked the look of it with and without the ribbon so you have 2 different effects with that one :)

A tip for the ribbon threading: The ribbon I used didn’t bend around the corners very well and wouldn’t lie flat so I snipped a piece for each side, I threaded them through the holes then taped them to the back of the frame. No one will ever know ;)


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


Doily Square Frames Digital Cutting File by Bird

34 thoughts on “Doily Square Frames

  1. Paula Gale

    Sorry that you came back and wasn’t very well. I know the feeling because whenever I had annual leave from work – my body was no longer on auto-pilot so I got everything possible and was never right after coming home – especially if it involved a flight too. I’d end up on antibiotics as it was always respiritory/ENT!!! So, I hope you don’t suffer like I did and that you are fully back up on your feet soon.

    What a pretty card you have made using your cut file square doily. I (like almost everyone else) am so in to the pretty doily look at the moment, and I thank you for all that you keep bringing us – continuing to share your talent and hard work. I am so grateful to you – as a person on a limited budget which allows for hardly no new craft stash – I’m just grateful that my Mum bought my cutting machine for me.

    I truly admire your abilities – but make sure you put your health first!!!

    big hugs

    Paula x x x

  2. Trish Reddick

    I am so sorry you have been ill. I hope you feel better and better. Thank you for these beautiful doily frames. I am anxious to get to my Silhouette and do some cutting. I just finished cards for my local hospice last night and I have the urge to create. Thank you for giving us tools to take our impulses to new heights!

  3. Susan

    Beautiful card and so much potential with this cutting file. Thank you again and again for your continuous generosity with your extraordinary talent. You rock!

  4. carol w

    Take care and feel better soon. Thank you for this lovely file with its variations and very helpful ribbon tip!

  5. Diane

    Thank-you, hope you are feeling better soon.. it is amazing what you manage to produce even when feeling poorly ;)

  6. DeAnne

    These are beautiful. I can’t wait to use them. Thanks for the great tip for threading the ribbon. Hope you feel well soon. DeAnne


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