A decorative free SVG cutting file for you all this week.
This time I have designed a complete card front, you just need to add your choice of topper or sentiment.
The design also incorporates a trellis style background and all layers and mats.
Here is a picture of the “naked” card front (i.e. just showing what the cutting files will give you).
So, as you can see, most of the work has been done.
I worked with just two colours for this creation but you could do each layer in a different shade of colour if you preferred.
The finished card front is just a tad smaller than eight inches square so you can just mount it straight onto the front of an eight inch square card and be done. Due to the thin lines on the trellis, it is unlikely that this would reduce in size well however you could increase the size if you wanted to use it on a larger scrapbook page.
There are six cutting files in all. Each is a seperate layer of the design. The layers are supplied in both FCM and SVG file formats so should work with all known home hobby cutting machines including the Brother Scan N Cut, Silhouette and Cricut machines.
You can download all six by clicking on the button below.
You will need all six if you want to create the complete look however if you don’t want the lattice background you can just use the files from layer 3 onward.
I managed to make a quick design using the test cuts and a few extra bits.
For my tester project I have used Neenah cardstock. If you want to use different cardstocks then I would suggest something around 220gsm or less. This will incorporate Neenah and most lightweight cardstocks (American Crafts Bazzill Basics, Coredinations etc). I don’t think that the fine details will cut so well from thicker cardstocks; but do feel free to experiment.
I used the Direct Cut feature of the Brother Scan N Cut to cut them all from their sheet.
As a final thought, I had a go at making some flowers from the “waste” of the frame.
Right, that’s it for this week’s post. I hope that you like the file and will use it in your card making adventures.
As ever, as I have made this design completely from scratch, you are free to use the files to make and sell as many handcrafted items as you wish however please don’t share/sell the file or the basic cut outs.
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Thanks for reading and I’ll see you again soon.