Make a 3D floral decor with this free SVG file and CutCardStock.
This month Pop-Tone is the featured cardstock at CutCardStock. I’ve created a decorative piece that is 3-dimensional but the layers can also be used individually. This would make a beautiful alternative to a bow on a gift. I have a cord attached to mine to hang in a doorway. I like it as is but a tassel might be a nice addition.
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I used three colors from the Pop-Tone sample pack, Gumdrop Green, Blue Raspberry, and Grape Jelly. These are 100# card stock, a nice thickness for 3D creations. Each Pop-Tone sample pack comes with one sheet of all the colors in the 65 lb cover weight and has one sheet of each of the Pop-Tone 100 lb cover weight. This is a nice way to sample all the colors. Of course, you can purchase the colors separately.
Cutting the file on a Cricut Maker, I set it to 100# cardstock with a pressure setting of more.
I set my file to cut 1 of the centerpieces and then 2 of the other pieces so that the piece would be dimensional.
I added these glittered gems to the center on each side and it really finished off the piece. It is amazing how such a small thing can add so much to a design.
Please visit the store to download the free SVG file [Floral Decor]
Make these simple notecards with the free SVG file and card stock from CutCardStock.
Sometimes it is really nice to have a simple but elegant notecard on hand for when you need to write a quick note. The SVG file for this notecard can be adapted into a few different styles. The image above shows one with a color insert that can be changed to any color you desire. Or leave the notecard plain like the card on the right. You can stamp to add a sentiment or add additional design elements if you desire.
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Use a personal cutting machine that works with an SVG file. I used a Cricut Maker at a setting of 100#. Because the design is 8.5″ x 11″, and the card stock is the same size, you have to pay attention to the alignment on your mat. The file will make two cards from one sheet of card stock.
The close-up image above shows the cutting detail of the SVG file, the color insert, and the beautiful texture of the Royal Sundance card stock. It also shows how well the cardstock cuts the delicate centers of the petals.
Making a set of these notecards would make for a nice gift. As an option, you could insert a different color into each one of the notecards for a rainbow set of cards.
Make a rose lined card with CutCardStock and a free SVG file. #affiliate #sponsored @CutCardStock
As a part of the CutCardStock design team, I created an SVG file to create a rose-lined card. What a great file to be used for a greeting note, a sympathy note, or a wedding. In other words, it is so versatile in its use. You can choose to use an insert paper for additional color as I have with the red, or just leave the card as is. It is simple to make because your personal cutting machine does the work for you. All you need to do is possibly weed out a few pieces and fold.
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White and Ivory card stocks are being featured this month on CutCardStock. I am using Classic Linen Card Stock in Solar White. You can change the card’s look by changing the color of the card stock or adding an insert liner.
On a Cricut Maker, set the file to cut at 100# cardstock and then cut the file twice. Without removing the mat after the first cut, just push the go button again.
As mentioned above there are only a few materials needed to create this project. Use a personal cutting machine that works with an SVG file. The card is designed as A2 size. If your mat has lost a bit of adhesion, I recommend using washi tape on all four sides of the card stock to hold it in place.
I chose to cut a liner piece out of construction paper a bit smaller than the card. I used the Best Glue Ever in all four corners to attach it to the front inside panel of the card. Just fold along the scoreline and you are done.
A close-up of the finished card with the liner inserted is shown above. You can see the details and delicate thin lines that are cut with this design.
The free SVG file for the lace card can be found at: [Lace Card]
These Ribbon Flowers are very versatile. You could use them as craft embellishments or how about for clips in girl’s hair? I found them to be very comforting and peaceful to make, maybe even more therapeutic for me than for their final use.
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Being a part of the Rinea Foiled Paper Design Team, I post on their blog twice a month. Today I have a collaboration project between Rinea and poppystamps. The tutorial and walkthrough process video is available. You can see the entire post at the following link. [Blessings card]
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How to make inexpensive floral embellishments from Dollar Tree materials.
I have had so much fun making these colorful flowers. Would you believe me if I told you I spent a total of two dollars and I haven’t even made a dent in my supplies? OK, the colors came from a variety of products I already had on hand so I guess you could argue it costs more. I share with you a variety of different techniques so hopefully, it will cover some products you already own and will not need to purchase. Plus, you can make these flowers into the colors you need specifically for your craft project.
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I found that placing the leaves on the back of the flowers left some glue dot uncovered, which could be used to adhere the flowers to my projects. I decided to place a glue dot on the back of all of the flowers and place them on a coated surface for storage.