Archives For Digital Craft Emporium

Following the positive reception of the previous archive collections, I have put together another bundle. This time containing sets 17 to 20 of the Digital Craft Emporium cutting file sets so, if you are missing any of these packs as you started your subscription recently, now is a great chance to complete your collection!
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Flowers are forever and with the addition of finials can make for some stunning arrangements on cardmaking projects, scrapbook pages and more!

For this reason, I have created a lovely cutting file set along with digi stamps and digi papers for you.

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I have always been a fan of the Arts & Crafts movement and since moving to Glasgow have been treated to the sights of many works from Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

To this end I took inspiration from this movement and artist and created a coordinating set of elements for you to use in your crafting adventures! Continue Reading…

Damask is often used in papercrafts and card making because of it’s classic elegance. For this reason I wanted to make sure that this design style was included within my design sets and have therefore created a bundle of six Damask style decals along with coordinating corners, borders, mats and papers! Continue Reading…

A cleverly coordinated cutting file, digi stamp and printable paper set for you this week including large sentiments to fill a card front along with some mini envelopes in which to stash a secret message. Continue Reading…

A little tickle with a fabulously flourishy feather is how I am describing this week’s digital crafting pack. With six coordinating styles, you are sure to enjoy this pack and be making some awesome creations. Continue Reading…

Since 1999 Emojis have grown in popularity, most recently sprouting home decor, fashion and even a movie! Love them or not, they make a statement and communicate an emotion quickly and easily.

With this in mind, I decided to create a collection of cutting files for you to use in your crafting. I’ve even created a couple of ideas for using them.

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