Make an elegant floral card with this free SVG file. Great for weddings and anniversaries or any special greeting.
What a beautiful card that could be used for a wedding, an anniversary, or just a special greeting. You can add your own sentiment or leave it as is. I love how the neutral colors coordinate together. Three different papers were used to make this card.
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I cut the file on a Cricut Maker. As a reminder, set the red lines to score and load your scoring tool before setting the file to cut. Similar weight cardstocks can be cut at the same time. Set your machine to 100lb cardstock for the Stardream and the Gold Glitter and run the cut twice. Just push the go button again without removing your mat.
The cut file has three parts to glue together. Any adhesive will work, I am using Reptile Craft Adhesive. I’ve placed it into a smaller bottle (as seen in the photo above). You can purchase the pearl gems at the Dollar Tree.
If you would like a coordinating gift box, see the following link: Circular Box
Please visit the store to download the free SVG file for the card. [Elegant Card SVG]
This view shows the detail of the decorative piece on the front of the card. I like the dimension gained from the addition of the pearl gems as well as the see-through element of the vellum.
The above view of the card shows off the see-through quality of the vellum.
Learn fun stamping techniques with Fairy Stamper stamps.
with Fairy Stamper
I enjoy creating my own textured papers using a variety of different techniques. For my Fairy Stampers Video Design post this month, I used a bulrushes stamp in different ways to create the background paper for my card. Another Fairy Stampers stamp was used for the sentiment. This was a fun card to make.
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The card came together in a two-step process. The first was creating the background, and the second was creating the sentiment strip.
After embossing the cardstock, the sentiment was stamped on top. Since the embossed cardstock has texture, the stamp needed to be applied more than once.
Once the parts of the card were made, it was time to put it all together. A tape runner and foam tape were used.
Here is a close-up shot of the card so you can see the texture and misting spray as well as the raised sentiment. You can really see how the colors work together in this image.
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Make a fall greeting card with products from the Makers Movement.
with the Makers Movement
The Makers Movement sent me a recently released die set and card stock pack. The fall colors of the card stock were perfect for making a card. The leaves cut out in two different tones of green were placed in a circle to make a wreath. I really enjoy the fall colors in the card stock pack.
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card stock – white and patterned
Rinea foiled paper
Let’s Get Cozy Die
washi tape punch
I chose to work with coordinating paper that included two shades of green to make the wreath. The curved leaf die was perfect for the circular shape of the wreath.
I began getting the parts needed together. Cutting the leaf shape on the CrossOver II. My favorite thing about the CrossOver II is the adjustable steel roller bar, which allows various thicknesses to cut easily. The sentiment was an afterthought so I cut it on the Mini Maker. Both machines are made by the Makers Movement.
To see the card being put together, watch the video tutorial below.
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Grab this free SVG file to create a layered greeting card. @scraperfect #sponsored
Today I have a post on ScraPerfect for this beautiful layered greeting card. I am sharing the free SVG file below but if you want to see the entire post and the video tutorial follow the link: [layered card]
I used a Cricut Maker to cut and score the card stock. Don’t forget to set the red line to score before cutting.
The SVG file contains additional layers that weren’t used in this project. Feel free to use as many or as few of the layers as you desire. The additional layers are shown in blue and create a slight outline.