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Monday, 20 May 2013

Pretty Pennants

From time to time, I see a cutting file and would just love to have the time to cut, but then think to myself, I can do that when time allows.  So, sometimes I just like to design a card using a cutting file and print it out....quick and simple.


I have used This Mum's For You Pennants from Lettering Delights which come in ai, dxf, eps, gsd, jpg, pdf and svg cuttable file formats.

For the 2 cards, I have used the svg format.  I drew myself a rectangle, then selected arc from path to draw myself the string for the pennants.  Once I imported the svg pennant into my software, I resized them, and slightly rotated the pennant to fit along the string. 




I then, typed my sentiment and used the colour picker tool to match the colour of the font from the pennants. I printed the design out on my home printer and used my guillotine to trim around the rectangle design. I cut our my base card and cut a smaller layer out of pink the card.  Each card was made in different colour ways matching the colour of the font 'Grateful' and 'Just a note' to my card base.

It would be quite simple to make a batch of these as a gift.


Click here to see This Mum's For You Pennants which are included in the Great Gift Giving Bundle on special offer during May at $40.00.

I would love to hear your comments ~ Joanna

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14 comments:

  1. Great CAS card, love the simplicity of it. Fun colors on your banner too! BIF

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  2. Cute card! Love the details of the pennants. TFS from BIF

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  3. I like the swish of the banner!! BIF

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  4. I love this card and I love your blog! So glad I discovered you a while back. Just wondering, what program did you use to make the card? And what does BIF mean? Thanks!

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  5. Thank you so much Gremma for your kind comments. To make this card I used software that comes with my Pazzles Inspiration Creative Cutter (cutting machine), click the BANNER at the top of my blog (Dream It, Create It, Cut It) for a video tutorial. BIF means Blogging It Forward which is a group I have joined.

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  6. So beautiful and simple. Not sure you could cut those shapes at such a small size?? Great job!
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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    1. No I don't think I could! I love the designs of the pennants so much I just had to use them in a Print & Cut project.

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  7. You just made my day, heck, my week, my month!!!!
    This is an awesome tutorial.
    I hope you do more.
    You are clear to understand.
    You do a wonderful job!!!!!
    Thank you sooooo much!!!
    **U**
    Nance

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  8. Hi Nance, you have made my day with your sweet comment. The tutorials take a while to post but your lovely comment makes it worth while. I hope you have a chance to follow my blot or sign in for my e-mail updates. Do you use a cutting machine?

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  9. That is very cool card! TFS
    from BIF group

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  10. How awesome are these cards!
    Vanessa
    BIF

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  11. Perfect card, Love it and the colors..
    Hugs
    BIF

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  12. Love the colors and simplicity of the card. Awesome.
    BIF group
    Blessings, Linda

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  13. Beautiful work! Love it all, Joanna!
    Hugss and Blessings,
    KimberlyRae
    BIF

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