17 June 2010

Father's Day Recliner Cut Out

Daddy got a new recliner a few weeks ago,

so it seemed appropriate to make him a card

that reflects something he enjoys!

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This simple card is available in SVG format HERE

and SCUT format for SURE CUTS A LOT HERE

14 June 2010

Here He Comes To Save the Day

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Remember this guy?

All the good cartoons seem to have vanished into TV Wonderland...

He's DH's FAVORITE character, so, just for fun, I found this great image from Google, imported it into Inkscape and created an SVG for Sure Cuts A Lot.

He turned out GREAT!

You can find the SVG here

and the SCUT file here


I was hoping to add a page to my Blog where I could upload links for SVG's.

Apparently, that is not an option in Blogger ( , however, it is offered FREE at wordpress.

So, I have decided to move~

Find all my new posts here:

It's still brand new, and still has the "Hello World" generic post, but I'll be working on it as time allows and will also be making those SVG's available soon as I can!

09 June 2010

Jennifer from the Latte Lounge

Groovy, right?

This lovely lady is a free digi stamp from 
You can get her for FREE too, by just joining the Latte Lounge

SO! What's more Hippie than Daisies and bell bottoms and shagadelic font? 

The Gerber Daisy from Paper, Scissors, Ink 
The font is Shagadelic
I colored the pretty Princess with colored pencils.
The tie dye background was printed then cut.
I broke apart the stamp with Inkscape, separated the Princess, then cut her separately to color.
The mat is from Penny Duncan's Nesties

My FIRST digi-stamp creation! Yay, me!

Peace out, man...

07 June 2010

What is appropriate for this special circumstance?

Hi everyone.
I have a dilemma... Here's the scenario... I want to create a card for a man who lives in my neighborhood with an "interesting" situation!

Last Thursday, at 4:30 in the morning, his home was invaded! He heard a noise and grabbed his handgun for protection. A robber wearing a mask and armed with an AK-47 kicked in his front door!
My neighbor was shot in the shoulder and is in stable condition in the hospital.
He shot the robber in the face, killing him instantly!

SO! How do I say this? I want to offer him a "Congratulations", because I hope that in the same situation, I would have the courage and fortitude to face down a hostile attacker and defend myself.

I also want to offer him a "Get Well", because he was hurt.

I also want to offer him a "Sympathy", because taking another man's life is something he is dealing with  and that can't be an easy emotional battle within himself.

So, does anyone have any "Congratulations, hope you feel better, helping you cope" Card ideas?

Thanks for any input!