Swirls by request


I had an email recently asking:

Could you make a cut file from just the swirly decoration you have on a couple of your cards?

I said I would try to get one up this week and I just squeezed in on time ;)

I put 2 sets together for you today and I will have some coordinating cut files coming up soon. I took 2 of the swirly elements from my bendy cards and made a slightly more elaborate version of each. I’m not sure how the person who requested them plans to use them but I’ve given you an example today of one way I would use them, just don’t look at how wonky my letters are :)

It’s good to face your fears, right? Well, I found myself avoiding stitching circles as I had a few mess ups but I forced myself to practice and I have it sussed now! It’s on my list for doing a quick video on when I get my craft room, the new house is growing ever closer! :D

Swirls 1 card

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

Swirls 1 by Bird

Swirls 1 Digital Cutting File by Bird

Swirls 2 by Bird

Swirls 2 Digital Cutting File by Bird

31 thoughts on “Swirls by request

  1. Melissa

    I LOVE swirls!! Thanks so much for taking the time to make them and to show us an example! You’re absolutely wonderful!!

  2. Nylene

    Wow! You are so amazing! I love all the files you are willing to share. Words can’t thank you enough.

  3. Lenoria

    Thank you very very much for the topper swirls! I am not sure how (or if/when) I will use these but I think they are gorgeous and I wish I knew how to do this in inkscape and I admire people who have the ability! I have one card made using your Circle Swirly Frame and it is on my blog under Iva’s BD card if you get a chance to see it. Thank you for helping me decorate my card fronts (when I make something – which is very infrequent)!

  4. Chris

    I love Swirls and Flourishes! Thank You Very Much for the cut files. Your Thank You was not noticeably wonky, We Are Our Own Worst Critics!

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