Well what a timely post this is, as the glorious weather we’ve been basking in over the last couple weeks has passed on by and been replaced by grey skies and rain. I wonder if I jinxed it by creating my little umbrella images over the last few days? I have an umbrella cut file for you today along with 2 circle digis including the umbrella image and sentiments and 2 other digi sentiments too which should give you lots of different ways to use them whether you have a digital cutting machine or not. If you have Microsoft Word (97) on your computer and you haven’t seen my digi stamp video tutorials you may want to have a little look if you’d like to see how I change the colour of my digis before I print them.
I thought up this card when I couldn’t sleep one night last week, I’ve had these teardrop shaped gems for at least a couple of years now and suddenly thought they’d make the perfect raindrops. It’s not much of a leap I know but I’m a bit slow on the uptake sometimes! I added an acetate ‘window’ to my card, my tip is to mat your layers then stick to your card base with some removable adhesive, cut your circle with a circle die through all of the layers then separate, add your layer of acetate and pop your layers back down with permanent adhesive…voila, perfectly lined up circles.
Here are your digis:
(click on the images to expand before saving to your computer)
Here is your cut file – formats included are ai, dxf, gsd, pdf, studio & svg:
(click on the link below the image to download)
I’m entering todays card into the Ribbon Carousel’s Springtime challenge, my card may not have traditional springtime colours but what is more springtime than rain? Well we’ve got lots of the stuff here ;)
**edit** oops forgot to add this one!