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Good Evening!

I have a new Card Cover for you today, it has 2 of the new baubles from my last post in a cut-out stencil style. The cut file gives you the front layer and the slightly larger back layer but also includes 2 pieces for placing between the layers to make it nice and easy to add some colour behind your baubles.

For my card I cut my front layer from some grey pearl card then I cut my back layer from some silver glitter card to give me a glitter border around the edge and it also peeks through the string cut-outs too. I added some silver glitter bows and gems to the top of my baubles and also added a banner sentiment popped up on 3d foam pads, both of these give the card some dimension.

 

Bauble Card Cover

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

Bauble Card Cover by Bird

Bauble Card Cover Digital Cutting File by Bird

Hello There!

I have a new set of Baubles for you today, this years version are a longer shape and the set contains one plain and two patterned baubles.

For today’s example I made a 3D Bauble. I placed 12 baubles at 5.5 inches high on one sheet of 12 x 12 inch gold card, I folded each piece in half then glued them together to form a circle. I tied a gold string in the top then glued 2 bows at the base of the string. This effect can be re-created with any symmetrical design.

Baubles 4 3D Bauble

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

Baubles 4 by Bird

Baubles 4 Digital Cutting File by Bird

You can also use the baubles flat on a card either with or without the plain version as a backing layer, here are some of my previous years examples:

round bauble card Round Baubles blog entry from 2012

Baubles 2 Card 1 Baubles 2 blog entry from 2012

Baubles 3 card Baubles 3 blog entry from 2013

Good Afternoon!

I have another Christmas-y cut file for you today, it’s a Snowflake Card Cover. It comes in 2 layers with an oval opening at the top for your sentiment, a stamped image or even a photograph.

I cut my front layer from some white card, my back layer from some shimmery blue card and placed them onto a pale blue card base. I cut a simple sentiment using this font then popped some pearls into the middle of my snowflakes.

Snowflake Card Cover

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

Snowflake Card Cover by Bird

Snowflake Card Cover Digital Cutting File by Bird

I’m off to the NEC in the morning for the Hobbycraft show, I hope if you’ve been already or are going this weekend that you have a lovely time :)

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