Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Latttice PIGLET card plus pattern(for lattice part of card)

Piglet can be found on the pooh and friends cartridge cut at 2 1/2 inches. and rest of the card can be cut with the sure cuts a lot program, but you have to have my font installed link below pictures

If you have sure cuts a lot and a cricut HERE IS THE PATTERN (Number 9 pattern for those wondering if they missed a pattern)
Here is a link to a set of LATTICE FONTS that you will need to down load (and install) (if you have not got it from previous post) to be able to cut the cards

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Lattice work number 11 ( and Pattern) Last in this set

This card i made a little different to show there are many uses for the fonts not just for folding
Here is a link to a set of LATTICE FONTS that you will need to down load (and install) (if you have not got it from previous post) to be able to cut the cards
And here is the tenth (Yes it is called number 11 in the title but that is because the pattern that goes with it is number 11 ) of the ten cards that I have made using the FONTS and the girl stamped on it is by alota rubber stamps .
***Please note that it is best cut using light weight card stock (this one was white on one sided and and pink on the other to give the two toned effect.) and that if it makes you mat messy with the slits off cuts just get an old credit card and scrap the pieces of with that




IF you have sure cuts a lot and a cricut HERE IS THE PATTERN

Lattice work number 10 ( and Pattern)

Here is a link to a set of LATTICE FONTS that you will need to down load (and install) (if you have not got it from previous post) to be able to cut the cards
And here is the ninth of the ten cards that I have made using the FONTS and the girl stamped on it is by alota rubber stamps .
***Please note that it is best cut using light weight card stock (this one was white on one sided and and pink on the other to give the two toned effect.) and that if it makes you mat messy with the slits off cuts just get an old credit card and scrap the pieces of with that



IF you have sure cuts a lot and a cricut HERE IS THE PATTERN

Monday, April 28, 2008

Lattice work number 8 ( and Pattern)

I did black pen work on this card for the faux stitching look
Here is a link to a set of LATTICE FONTS that you will need to down load (and install) (if you have not got it from previous post) to be able to cut the cards
And here is the eighth of the ten cards that I have made using the FONTS and the bug stamped on it is by alota rubber stamps .
***Please note that it is best cut using light weight card stock (this one was white on one sided and and pink on the other to give the two toned effect.) and that if it makes you mat messy with the slits off cuts just get an old credit card and scrap the pieces of with that



IF you have sure cuts a lot and a cricut HERE IS THE PATTERN

Lattice work number 7 (and Pattern)

Here is a link to a set of LATTICE FONTS that you will need to down load (and install) (if you have not got it from previous post) to be able to cut the cards
And here is the seventh of the ten cards that I have made using the FONTS and the fish stamped on it is by alota rubber stamps . This card is folded down the center of the lattice
***Please note that it is best cut using light weight card stock (this one was white on one sided and and blue on the other to give the two toned effect.) and that if it makes you mat messy with the slits off cuts just get an old credit card and scrap the pieces of with that




IF you have sure cuts a lot and a cricut HERE IS THE PATTERN
rectangle mats that are on front of card ( mats are the shapes that i stamp and mount my pictures on)

Sunday, April 27, 2008

Lattice work number 6 ( and Pattern)

The little font for this one i gave it a little scallop look about it instead of straight lines. (the fonts were made by me)
Here is a link to a set of LATTICE FONTS that you will need to down load (and install) (if you have not got it from previous post) to be able to cut the cards
And here is the sixth of the ten cards that I have made using the FONTS and the bug stamped on it is by alota rubber stamps .
***Please note that it is best cut using light weight card stock (this one was white on one sided and and pink on the other to give the two toned effect.) and that if it makes you mat messy with the slits off cuts just get an old credit card and scrap the pieces of with that


IF you have sure cuts a lot and a cricut HERE IS THE PATTERN

Lattice work number 5 ( and Pattern)

Have started to see a few of the cards that people have been making with the patterns , they are wonderful. don't forget to show me your creations i would love to see them please
Here is a link to a set of LATTICE FONTS that you will need to down load (and install) (if you have not got it from previous post) to be able to cut the cards
And here is the fifth of the ten cards that I have made using the FONTS and the snake stamped on it is by alota rubber stamps .
***Please note that it is best cut using light weight card stock (this one was white on one sided and and green on the other to give the two toned effect.) and that if it makes you mat messy with the slits off cuts just get an old credit card and scrap the pieces of with that .



IF you have sure cuts a lot and a cricut HERE IS THE PATTERN

Saturday, April 26, 2008

Taming the DRAGON plus pattern

This was made using george cartridge , paper doll cartridge, cricut and cricut design stuidio




If you have a cricut and the cricut design studio HERE IS THE PATTERN

Lattice work number 4 ( and Pattern)

Here is a link to a set of LATTICE FONTS that you will need to down load (and install) (if you have not got it from previous post) to be able to cut the cards
And here is the forth of the ten cards that I have made using the FONTS and the bug stamped on it is by alota rubber stamps .
***Please note that it is best cut using light weight card stock (this one was white on one sided and and green on the other to give the two toned effect.) and that if it makes you mat messy with the slits off cuts just get an old credit card and scrap the pieces of with that .


IF you have sure cuts a lot and a cricut HERE IS THE PATTERN

Lattice work number 3 ( and Pattern)

Lets hope that i have everything right today after yesterday making a few little mistakes.
Remember that you have to have the lattice font installed on you computer for the pattern to work.
Please i would also love to see what you all do with the cuts or even the fonts .

Here is a link to a set of LATTICE FONTS that you will need to down load (and install) (if you have not got it from previous post) to be able to cut the cards

And here is the third of the ten cards that I have made using the FONTS and the bug stamped on it is by alota rubber stamps . I added little gold stickers for the trims and the frame thing in the middle is a squashed bottle cap.
***Please note that it is best cut using light weight card stock and that if it makes you mat messy with the slits off cuts just get an old credit card and scrap the pieces of with that .



If you have Sure Cuts A Lot and Cricut HERE IS THE PATTERN

Friday, April 25, 2008

LONG & WINDING ROAD plus pattern

This card made the paper dolls dress up cartridge, george cartridge, cricut and cricut design studio. This is the first cutting of my new purchase of the paper doll cartridge (it is so much fun) will not be my last , so many possibilities.


if you have a cricut and cricut design studio HERE IS THE PATTERN

Lattice work number 2 ( and Pattern)

Here is a link to a set of LATTICE FONTS that you will need to down load (and install) (if you have not got it from previous post) to be able to cut the cards
And here is the second of the ten cards that I have made using the FONTS and the bug stamped on it is by alota rubber stamps .
***Please note that it is best cut using light weight card stock (this one was white on one sided and and blue on the other to give the two toned effect.) and that if it makes you mat messy with the slits off cuts just get an old credit card and scrap the pieces of with that .




If you have Sure Cuts a Lot and cricut HERE IS THE PATTERN
. Don't forget to leave a comment in my comments please.

Lattice work number 1 (Font and Pattern)

I have spent over a month trying to work out how i can make lattice cards, cut how i want them too on my cricut using the "sure cuts a lot" program. But always with no luck! Because just not long after i brought my cricut, my girlfriend brought a craft robo and i loved all the things she was doing with he machine specially lattice work and thought i should have brought one of them instead, but i didn't and had to live with that. I have sooo many Lattice templates plastic and metal that most have only been used once as the cutting involved is far too much. Then when the "craft edge" brought out the "sure cuts a lot" program i thought a long time about buying it. Then they brought new features into the program and i took the plunge and brought it. I loved all the things that it could do, but i still could not get it to do the lattice the way i wanted it too. Till I then went and designed the fonts to how i wanted them to look and a set of LATTICE FONTS later. I am happy to say I/you can make what ever cards we want with lattice everywhere :-
Here is a link to a set of LATTICE FONTS that you will need to down load (and install) to be able to cut the cards
And here is the first of ten cards that I have made using the FONTS and the bug stamped on it is by alota rubber stamps .
***Please note that it is best cut using light weight card stock (this one was white on one sided and and blue on the other to give the two toned effect.) and that if it makes you mat messy with the slits off cuts just get an old credit card and scrap the pieces of with that .



If you have Sure Cuts a Lot and cricut HERE IS PATTERN

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Sneak Peak (for over the next 5 days)

Here is a sneak peak of 10 cards that i have made using the "sure cuts a lot" I WILL be sharing the pattern over the next 5 days (2 a day ) starting tomorrow . And i am sure that i will not stop at just 10 patterns. THEY ARE SOOO EASY

Help lesson for BRIDGING THE GAP

I thought I would give another PATTERN (george cartridge) and I thought I would show you how easy it is two use. You can make these soo easy and they look soo cool.

Here we go
Start by cutting the base card and this is what you will have
In contrast you can cut the bridges (this is the shape of mine but you can make new ones with you cricut design studio to any shape ) Have you distance apart evenly all the way and glue your bridges where you want to (i angled mine so as the matched the shape of the gap, this way i did not have to worry if they were perfectly even )
on the reverse side score in half (cant give measurements as it all depends on the gap)
now fold at the scored line
and you have bridged the Gap . I would love to see if you make any how you finish the card . please email me a look or a link to ones that you have made.
Here is my finished card i added red card liner and with the vine from SYI i cut from the same contrasting colour as the bridges and added some stick on bling.
here is the view inside
Don't forget to show make your creations

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Happy Birthday Dear

This card was made using cricut, sure cuts a lots , image from vector cartoon (their copyright does not allow me to share pattern ), inkscape and font (cant remember what one )

Sorry no pattern due to copy right.
But stay tuned to the blog as i do have something very special coming soon that will make sure cuts a lot users very happy