Cuttable sketches will change the game when it comes to paper crafting. We’ve loved sketches for years, but now there’s no measuring or digging for shaped punches. Open the sketch in your cutting software, pick your papers and embellishments, and hit cut.
I’m a big fan of sketches as a starting point for creativity. With cuttable SVG sketches you can skip the measuring and go right to the creating. I’m excited to share these monthly sketches with you. Each month newsletter subscribers will get the free SVG cut files for a new sketch and a few examples to inspire your creativity. If you’d like to receive these monthly sketches please enter your email address below.
It’s Christmas card making time and I’ve got you covered with a fun new card sketch and free cut files for a poinsettia, a brick card background and a welded 25.
This first card is exactly like the sketch and is a rather quick card to put together since all the work is done for you. The little “merry christmas” tag is not intended for cutting, but should be printed or drawn with your Pen Tool or Sketch Pens. The poinsettia file can be used for lots of other projects. Cut it out large and stick it to a package.
The next card uses premade embellishments instead of the cut files. Although I’ve got lots of textures on this (felt snowflake, chipboard snowglobe, and acrylic snowflakes), it’s still flat enough to go through the mail, which is always a challenge for me.
The last card is my very Heidi (Swapp) Christmas card. I’ve used Heidi Swapp supplies along with the poinsettia cut file. Although I kept the background layers and poinsettia in the same place as the sketch, but I added some banner tags down the left side. I angled the merry christmas tag just a bit as well.
Turn on some music and pump out those Christmas card. If you don’t make Christmas cards, just make these as flat tags for your packages.
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