Monday, November 18, 2019

Wobbling Santa Down the Chimney - Christmas Card

Hello Peeps!
Long time no see!
It's been a while, I know, but I'm back with a Christmas project you can fun in advance. I call this card: Wobbling Santa Down the Chimney.

Friday, April 19, 2019

CAS Mother's Day Card with your Cricut

Hi Guys!
Here's a simple, yet elegant Mother's Day card.
It features a raised stitched panel and a machine written sentiment on a banner in english and spanish.

Sunday, April 14, 2019

Easter, Plush, Bunny, Goody Bags

Hi guys!
Here's one las minute DIY cute Easter goody bag project you can whip up in a pinch. Visit the blog for visual instructions (no  download).

Friday, March 29, 2019

Cutting Any Size Happy Planner Pages With Your Cricut - Edge Targeting Technique

Hello Peeps!
Long time no see! I know... I've been a bad blogger.
In this post you'll find the free SVG file along with tips and tricks to cut pages for any size Happy Planner with your Cricut machine.

Thursday, January 3, 2019

Layered Cake, Pop Up Bithday Card

Hi guys!
So, 2019 has begun, what are your new year's resolution? One of mine is to try and use as much of the supplies I already have and try not to buy new ones until I try them all at least once. I know, buying them and using them are not in the same category ­čśť.
News from now on: I will include a DXF file for those Silhouette Studio users that don't have access to SVG files.
I'm a fan of pop up cards and I wanted to begin this year posting this fun and easy card.
A very simple front panel and a colorful pop up inside

Saturday, December 8, 2018

Faux Snow Globe, Pop Up, Hexagonal, Christmas Card

Hi there guys!
Sorry I have not posted in a long time. I don’t know if my lack of posts is because my projects have become more complex thus taking me longer to to design, test and finish them or just because life’s been extremely hectic this last year. I’ve started, just by chance, doing character designing commissions and that’s taken me in a whole new direction.
I couldn’t let Christmas pass without sending cards though, and designing something fresh and interactive led me to create this Faux Snow Globe, Hexagonal, Pop Up Christmas Card. Of course there's an English and a Spanish version of the file.

Saturday, October 20, 2018

Editorial Vinyl - Classy and Fabulous Layered Glitter HTV

Ready to zhuzh up that sale finding? 
You can turn something simple simple, into something Fabulous!
This two color vinyl design is so easy to cut and layer, you’ll have it ready in no time.

Saturday, September 29, 2018

Diagonally Opened Pop Up Card

Hello Peeps!
Long time no see.
I've  had this card on my mind for a long time now. I wanted to do a card that was a little different and with a lot of movement when opened.  Some of you might have seen the blueprint I posted on Awesome SVGs Facebook page, that's how most of my projects start, as a quick sketch and then off to the design board (actually is a Wacom Cintiq and Adobe Illustrator). This is one of my favorite pop up designs, I will build from here because the possibilities are endless and there's always room for design improvement.

Saturday, September 1, 2018

Using ZIP Files with Design Space Mobile App - (iOS devices only)

Hello everyone!,
I've had a lot of questions regarding the download process using a mobile device.
As you know, many of my files come in a compressed ZIP folder that you must decompress in order for the content to be uploaded to Design Space or any other SVG, JPEG or PNG handling software. This is because instead of downloading each file of a particular project, you just need to download one single compressed file. The next question is: Once I've downloaded the ZIP File, How do I unzip it? and finally, How do I get it to work in Design Space?
Please notice that this tutorial is for those of you using iOS devices (iPads or iPhones), with iOS software 11 and above only. I don't own an Android Device, so sorry about that. Please feel free to link videos that show this process on other systems, in the comments. 
Thank you!!

Saturday, August 18, 2018

Auto Raising, Flip Top, Cardboard, Cricut Tool Wallet

Hello peeps!
I feel like I've cracked the code!!
I got my cricut tool holder to function properly! so I called it:
Auto raising: It raises the inner drawer as you open it with the help of a ribbon mechanism
Flip Top: the top flips like a cigarette box.
Cardboard: That's what it's made of.
Cricut Tool Wallet: It´s not really a wallet, but I liked the rhythm of it, lol.

Please, note that YOU DO NOT NEED A CRICUT MAKER TO MAKE THIS PROJECT. This was cut and scored on a Maker, but using the same scoring Stylus that can be put on a Cricut Explore, Cricut Explore Air or Air 2 or a Cricut Explore One. If you do have the new scoring wheel, please let us know how much better it is in the comments below. This will fit any Cricut housing (Cricut Explore and above) so even if you don't have the adaptive tool system, this project is for you!
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