Silhouette Top 40
Make The Cut Top 40
Sure Cuts A Lot Top 40
Sure Cuts A Lot Top 50
Cricut Top 40
Top Craft Scrapbooking Cards sites

Good Evening!

I have made a little house scene for you today and have a cut file version with a card base included and I have a digital stamp version for you too. Also I have made example cards of both the cut file and the digi stamp, I just couldn’t resist colouring the little scene and making a second card. I think these would make great new home cards, house warming invitations, we’ve moved cards or even from our house to yours Christmas Cards (maybe with some added glitter), all you need to do is add your chosen sentiment.

I cut my card base in white card then folded along the score line and really liked the way it looked just as it was, really clean and simple. I was in two minds whether to stop there or not but I decided to go on and add the card front layer and a sentiment but thought I’d take a quick pic to show you first.

house scene card

house scene card 2

I attached a black piece of card to the back panel of the inside of the card to emphasis the cut out sections.

house scene card 3

I printed my digital stamp in a grey-brown colour (using this method) which is one of my favourite things to do with digis as I find black can stand out too much at times. I coloured my image with Copic markers then mounted onto panels of SEI papers then printed a sentiment in purple, trimmed and added banner edges with scissors.

house scene card 4

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

House Card Digital Cutting File by Bird

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

framed scene 6

Thanks for those of you who let me know that my site had gone down again, most annoying :( It’s looking like my host provider is having problems, I hope it won’t last.

Have a great weekend guys! :)

38 Responses to “House Cards”

Leave a Reply

Bird’s Site
Bird’s Archive