Are you getting the idea I’m addicted to vinyl? Well… I AM! Here is a pretty card I made recently.
Vinyl cut of the woman
Vinyl cut of the word “BIRTHDAY”
Ribbon - Offray (WalMart)
This card just “fell together” for me. As you can see most of the elements on this 4.25 x 5.5 inch card are just basic. The specialness of this card lies in both the beautiful cut from a dingbat font of the woman and also the type of sparkly vinyl I used.
I am unable to provide you the actual cut file because this is a dingbat from a demo font - but you could go get it yourself and make your own cuts. The font is called “Sewing Patterns” and you can find it HERE. As far as I can see you can use them for your own personal projects.
I traced, measured and made the cut file for this dingbat, then I made and “offset” to back her and draw attention to her on the card by raising her up with foam tape when putting the card together.
The lettering was a simple font and I once again cut it in some gorgeous black sparkled vinyl I have.
Please visit again in three days as I have another project - similar but even more “wow”!!!
A CHANCE TO WIN! - DIGITAL SCRAPBOOKING SOFTWARE
If you’re into digital scrapbooking, or if you might like to try it then I urge you to visit my friend Janice and enter to win a download for My Memories this fun and useful software. Janice gives a very honest post on this software, comparing it to her favourite, which is, of course, Photoshop. (but Photoshop is a high end product, this is much simpler, though still powerful. I like how she played around in the program to create some personal projects to show you how it works!
All you have to do is visit Janice and leave a comment to be entered into the draw! (WARNING: you might find yourself side-tracked by her inspirational blog posts)