Monday, January 25, 2010

Child of God

One of my favorite phrases... I made this file to be used with paper or vinyl. This one is available as an .svg, .scut or .mtc file.

Top Layer here
Bottom Layer here

Scal File here
MTC File here 

I also made an file of a family silhouette. 

Three formats again
SVG file here
MTC file here
SCUT file here

I'm happy to share, but if you use these files, please leave a comment and link back to my blog here. Thanks!

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Some Recent Cards

Some new projects I've been working on lately. My daughter asked me to help her make some birthday cards and here's what we came up with. Cut files are attached if they are available. :) Enjoy!

Aurora - Sleeping Beauty Card .cut file here.

Belle - Beauty and the Beast .cut file here.

Cinderella .cut file here.

Never-ending card view 1.

Never-ending card view 2.

Never-ending card view 3.

Never-ending card view 4.

Patrick Star .cut file here.

Sponge Bob Square Pants .cut file here.

Made this one using a very simple square card and a phrase from Graphically Speaking. 

If you download any of these cards, please leave me a comment so I know where they go.  Thanks!!

Monday, January 4, 2010

LDS Logos

I've got so many other things I'm supposed to be doing right now - but I really just wanted to play around a little tonight. I made an svg and mtc of the Relief Society Logo,
which you can get here in svg... or here as a Make the Cut file.

I also did the CTR Shield

which you can get here as an svg... or here as a Make the Cut file.

I have not test cut them, so please if you use them - let me know if they work okay, or not. 

Either way, if you download these, please leave me a comment. :) 

Loving the Christmas Projects

So many people were making these, and it looked so easy that I had to give it a try. Super easy! Super quick! and Gorgeous! I made these in under 30 minutes for each of the kids and my mom. We put them on the tree just in time for Christmas...

Just take a glass ornament ball (I got mine at Michael's) put a few drops of ink from a re-inker - or alcohol inks. Swirl it around until it completely coats the inside of the ball. Then add some glitter. Cover the top of the ball with your thumb and shake it baby! I finished each one off with a vinyl cut of their names using fonts "Grinched", "Curlz", and "MC Twinkle Star". What do you think??