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My favorite SVG site.

Newbie SCAL owner here, only had mine for a couple of months. I have been searching for great SCAL/SVG sites and resources for a couple of weeks, and I thought I would share some of my favorites.

I am a BIG fan of SVGCuts- The #1 source for designer SVG files. They absolutely rock!!!! I love their blog, store, tutorials, forum plus their awesome free SVG files!!! They are also way cheaper that an cartridge and their designs are so cute! Here is their free New Years SVG!

Isn't nice!!! So head over to SVGCuts and have a looksie! You won't be disappointed!

ps. This is NOT my svg nor can you download it here. I DID NOT create this and if you want to download it, you'll have to go to SVGCuts. Thanks

Bird w/ Envelope

Hope everyone had a blessed Christmas! My family had a wonderful holiday. Me on the other hand...food poisoning!!! I was preparing dinner in the morning and "Bam", I was out for the day. By last night, I was begging hubby to kill me. He wouldn't though, lol.

Anywho!!! Time to be creative! My favorite gift...a new Cricut Cartridge!!!! A Child's Year!!!! Love, love, love it! Definitely recommending it!

Here is a flying birdie with envelope .svg to try out

Download HERE
I'm thinking it's time to start on Valentines cut files!

Christmas .svg

More Christmas .svg files I love these simple shapes for making easy Christmas cards.
Christmas angel with horn...

Download HERE
Berry wreath, I grouped the berries together to make for easier paper piecing.

Download HERE
Here is a present frame for a layout

Download HERE

Jingle Bells .svg

I love bells at Christmas time. It could be because my maiden name is Bell, lol. Here are a couple free bells to ring in the holiday!

Download this svg HERE

Download this svg HERE

Jumping Reindeer .scut

Here is a free reindeer .scut file. I made it in SCAL 2. It came out real cute for a quick card I made (of course I forgot to take a picture).

Click HERE to download.

Pine cone ornament

Here is a very easy craft project...Pine cone Ornaments



Supplies:
pine cone- picked up from outside
hot glue gun
Spanish moss
ribbon
flower buds/pine sprig
beads gold glitter glue
Instructions: 1. place a little glitter glue on the tip of each cone until covered, let dry 2. at the top of the cone, hot glue some moss as a base 3. make your ribbon bows and attach to moss 4. cut flower buds off of stems and hot glue over top of ribbons 5. hot glue bead strand to the top, along with a loop of ribbon to hand the pine cone.



(added a little trumpet to this one)

Have fun, be creative and checkout "Just something I whipped up Monday from The Girl Creative"!!!

Xmas banner .scut

Here is a Merry Christmas border scut file for a scrapbook layout. It cuts best large, due to the details.

You can download the scut file for SCAL 2: HERE

Five Point Star .scut

Evening all!!! Here is a Five Point cutout Star scut file I made today. It cuts out pretty good. Hope you could use it!
You can download scut file for SCAL 2: HERE

Deck the Halls

Here are pictures of our trees this year. The first picture is of the living room tree. This is my "flower arrangement" as the family fondly calls it. I also put out my Santa collection every year and here are a couple of them on the mantle.
The second picture is our family room tree. This tree has colored lights and all of our "memory" ornaments. This tree the whole family puts up while watching Christmas movie and eating cookies.



For more pretty trees, check out Creating Christmas Blog Fest.


December Blog Candy anyone???

Particraft Ltd is giving away these awesome treats when they hit 300 followers!


Megaliscious (if that's a word!) Blogcandy!!! From Maria at Imagine, Create, Inspire


Birthday Candy from Crafting Haven! Happy Birthday!


Jaxon Word book and card

Had a lot of fun making these for the baby shower...

I found a great tutorial at The Craftiblog for the tri-shutter card. I used Sizziz Texture Boutique Embosser, Stickles, baby stickers embellishments that I had in my folders and a part of the baby shower invite. The mommy-to-be loved it!The word book was made using SCAL and Cricut Expressions. I welded a rectangle from the spaces block along with ea letter in the baby's name. I also embellished it with stickers, journaling, Stickles, ribbons and vellum.
I did get a great surprise at the shower. My gift had the "blue dot" on it, so I got the door prize!!!