Snowman From Above

Snowman From Above

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The snowflake layers were cut with an svg file from a set by svgcuts called Winter Bliss SVG Collection.  (Click HERE to see the kit.)  The stamp is called “Snowman From Above” by Sylvia Yu, Rubber Soul.

This card is being entered in the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge- Anything Goes (http://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/wednesdaychallenge/simon-says-anything-goes-8/).

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O Holy Night Step Card

O Holy Night Step Card

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This step card was made with elements from two kits from svgcuts called “Edisto Island Cards Svg Kit” (for the step card itself) and “O Holy Night Svg Kit” (for the nativity pieces). Click HERE to see the Edisto Island Kit and HERE to see the O Holy Night Kit at svgcuts.com.

These kits contains svg files of all of the pieces needed to create this card.  I used my Cricut Expression with my Sure Cuts A Lot 2 software, but I could have used my Silhouette or any electronic die cutting machine that can cut svg files.  I selected all of the paper I wished to use and set up all of the cut files on separate “pages” by grouping images based on the type of paper I wanted the pieces to be.  Once all of the pieces were cut out by my electronic die cutting machine, I assembled and glued everything together and ended up with this cute card!

I am entering this card in the Mod Squad – Word Challenge – Holiday where “anything that is holiday related is fair game!”  (http://modsquadchallenge.blogspot.com/2014/09/mod-squad-word-challenge-holiday.html)  (http://modsquadchallenge.blogspot.com/2014/09/word-challenge-holiday-winners.html)

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Snowman Gift Box

Snowman Gift Box

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This gift box was made from a kit from svgcuts called Christmas Open House SVG Kit.  Click HERE  to check it out at svgcuts.com.

The kit contains svg files of all of the pieces needed to create this box.  I used my Cricut Expression with my Sure Cuts A Lot 2 software, but I could have used my Silhouette or any electronic die cutting machine that can cut svg files.  I selected all of the paper I wished to use and set up all of the cut files on separate “pages” by grouping images based on the type of paper I wanted the pieces to be.  Once all of the pieces were cut out by my electronic die cutting machine, I embossed all of the white panels that were for the snowman’s body with a folder by Darice called Snowflake Swirls.  Then I assembled and glued everything together and ended up with this amazing box!  SVGCuts has great tutorial videos that go with each of their their projects to help with assembling the pieces.  (HERE is the You Tube video link for this project tutorial, or you can watch it on their site as well.)

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