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Here is a pumpkin bag for Halloween or fall. The layered svg file has four layers: one for scoring with solid lines, one for the bag, one for the face, and one for the stem. I cut the stem for my bag out of the same paper as the bag, and used markers to make it look like a stem. I used chalk on the front of the bag for more depth.
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For a short time they are all available on our other website www.freesvgfiles.com Use our files with your personal cutting machine these programs: Hi there! I’m Eleanor, a self-taught graphic designer, and I write this blog. SVGShop.com Blog is a place to get free SVG files for crafting . You can use these SVG files with the Sure Cuts A Lot program.
Happy Monday Friends! I am pretty excited about what I have to share with you this week! Here's a little fun fact about me: I am pretty "in to" meal planning. Geeky, I know!
Here is a pizza box svg file and printable template. Cut the box, then score and fold all of the dashed lines (don’t fold the half circle in the lid). Fold the #1 tabs into the lid and the #2 tabs into the base, then fold the sides up and over them. Glue the sides down.
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So excited to try this DIY project I found over at the awesomely inspirational blog for all things crafty- JK JK . We all have faced the challenge of a boring blank wall in need of art. So here's a wonderful solution (especially helpful for those of us on a budget!) Directions found below via eighteen25 .
Here’s the tutorial for the Tic Tac Holder….it’s very very easy but I wanted to include pictures so that you would completely understand. Sorry it took me several days…..I’m still trying to figure out Photoshop Elements 5.0, if anyone has any quick pointers I’d be happy to listen!! Here’s the list of supplies: Black Cardstock: 4 5/8 x 3, score at 2 & 2 5/8, Pumpkin Pie Cardstock 2 7/8 x 1 7/8, White Cardstock 1 1/2 x 2 1/2, Small corner Rounder, 16" Black Gingham Ribbon, Scallop Punch, 1 3/8 Circle Punch, Sponge (black ink), Pumpkin and Black SW Markers, Trimmer and Scoring blade. Sticky Strip, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Big Pack Tic Tacs. Stamps used were Batty for You and Booglie Eyes.
Saw these pretty little things at a holiday bazaar last year and wondered just how hard they could possibly be to make. As it turns out–they are delightfully simple… and just look how adorable they turn out.
I recently used my entire collection of paper beads to fill up a vase on the dining room dresser. originally, I had planned to use them as a garland for my extra large home sweet homemade Christmas tree this year. that little decision puts me back in the paper-bead making business again, taking full advantage of the constant stream of paper delivered for free, right to my own mailbox. just a few beads per day. I never fail to become energized with the simple beauty of each. reading about other ways to use paper in simple clever ways keeps me energized too. like this color drenched idea . source: design*sponge , author Grace Bonney .
By Kate on October 30, 2010 I made these paper beads a while ago and dug them out the other day for my eldest son to play with. At three and a half he’s grown out of playing with his chunky threading beads – so these were the perfect replacement. They are so easy to make and surprisingly sturdy.
Most of us have a little stash of leftover decorative papers from projects and parties. But before you put your scraps in the recycling bin, take a look at what you can do with them. These colourful beads can be made from any paper – junk mail, magazine pages, used giftwrap or leftover stationery papers – and they’re so easy, you and the kids can whip them up by the dozen. Paper beads Gather your supplies Paper; ruler and pencil; scissors; wooden skewers; glue stick; disposable plates or plastic container; gloss spray varnish; leather cord, for stringing; necklace findings (2 silver leather clamps, 2 jump rings and a clasp per necklace); needle-nose pliers
No, I won´t win a coronet for today´s tutorial. And I truly apologize for not sharing a brand new idea with you, dear reader. Because today´s DIY project is about: Paper Beads I have made these kind of paper beads when I was a kid.
It's important for toddlers to practice their fine motor skills as this helps them learn to use their fingers and improve their dexterity. One of the recommended activities is to string up pasta with a string to form a necklace. However, I'm not exactly keen that the tot "plays with food" as I'm concerned that he would get confused with real food. My solution? Paper beads! With my stack of magazines growing, I had lots of material.
Im not one for having kids art plastering every inch of my house. Don't get my wrong, I think its cute and I know they work hard on it but I think it deserves a special place for them to display it. Now before you all decide I am the worst Mom ever maybe I can redeem myself.