Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Lace Frame Birthday Card Tutorial + Giveaway! - (Closed)

Keeping the color of the year theme - Ultraviolet - I decided to make my sister a birthday card.This is the first project I made with my brand new Cricut Maker I got for Christmas, so I wanted all the cutting to speak for itself.
The downloadable file includes 3 versions of the card: english, spanish and also a blank version so you can put whatever you want inside the frame. Keep reading to learn how to add your own sentiment to this card right in Design Space.
Also enter for a chance to win a Chilean linen Texture paper Pack, instructions on post.


The Font I used for the sentiment is Berlin Sans FB Demi Bold, a nice thick font great for die cutting. I worked on Illustrator and adjusted the kerning of the letters and the size of each line, but you can do this easily in Design Space as well. Download the free font here.
Blank version
English Version
Spanish Version
I'm amazed at how good this machine is!! The thinnest lines are 1/32" thick and were cut using the fast setting with a regular blade and a very old mat (I pushed it and it delivered beautifully). I have to give credit to the cardstock though, we might not have too many craft stores here, but Chileans know how to make some darn good paper. Keep reading to know how to win a pack of this awesome paper.

The card base is 5" x 10" cut from an American Crafts Summer Paper Pack by hand and scored in the middle using a scoring board - the file includes the card base though.

Because of the intricacy of the cut, the lace frame was glued to the card base using spray adhesive.
1/32 " thick lines
I finished the card using a few dots of Viva Color Pearl Pen in Anthracite, a nice graphite, glittery, dimensional embellishment.

Giveaway!

 If you want to enter for a chance to win one of the 3 packs of 10 sheets of colored core, linen texture, Chilean cardstock, each sheet size 8.5 x 11", leave comments here on the blog, as well as on the You Tube video for more chances to WIN! and while you are there, don't forget to subscribe.
The winner will be picked randomly on January 21st 2018, so, there's plenty of time. Good Luck!!

Disclaimer: Chilean postal service is not the fastest, so if you are a winner please be patient.

Happy New Year to all!!
Enjoy


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15 comments:

  1. Thank you for the awesome cut file

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  2. Thank you once again for a fabulous file. Michelle x

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  3. Thank you for sharing. I just got my Air 2 for Christmas and I'm learning how awesome it is.

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  4. Thank you for sharing this beautiful new file. A great way to begin the new year. I really appreciate that you show us how to create our own using your frame. Happy New Year.

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  5. Just found your blog the other day. I'm amazed at what you've been able to create. Thank you for another great file and the giveaway!

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  6. Excited to try this card for a friends birthday! thank You!

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  7. What a great card and I would love to win a pack of the paper. Thank you so much for all you do for us.

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    1. Congratulations Scootingranny! You've won, please email me your address to omartoroa@gmail.com so I can mail you the paper pack. Thanks for your support!

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  8. Thank you so much for sharing. I love your work. I downloaded one of the ballerinas and used it on the front of a birthday card for my 5 year old niece. She loved it!!!

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  9. Your cards are very pretty! Thank you for sharing them with us.

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  10. Thank you so much for a beautiful card!

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  11. My Spanish is poor, but most of my grandchildren are pretty fluent, so I love making cards for them in Spanish. The 8-year-old goes to bilingual school in our California town, so it's nice when we can make a card for a teacher or classmate. Thanks for the help you've given me!

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  12. What a beautiful card and thank you as always for the gorgeous cut files!

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