Monday, February 4, 2019

Valentines Day Bags for Simply Crafty SVG'S

Hey everyone!  It's the first Monday of the month of February.  It's time to show you what I have created using the file Valentines Day Bag.  I try to show my appreciation to the employees each holiday.  Candy is essential and if it's chocolate all the better.  So I made one for each of the crew.

This bag is a little tricky to put together.  Just make sure that you score your lines first, just like Sandy says to.  The bags go together very easily when you glue/tape the bottoms closed.  Then it's just a little creasing to make the bags fabulous.  So here is what I made. 


These are for the men in the shop.
These are for the ladies in the shop.

See how nicely the bags are creased.  


I used little bitty pieces of sticky Velcro to seal the bags.
So these are the little treats for the people in the shop.  Had a lot of fun making them.  Let your imagination lose and design something wonderful.  So many uses for these little bags.  I hope that you try this file out.

Bright Blessings, 



Monday, January 7, 2019

My post for January with Simply Crafty SVG's

Whew!  The holidays are over.  Epiphany was yesterday.  My decorations need to be put away and decorate for Valentines Day.  This month I picked the Garden Shed to create.  With Valentines Day just around the corner,  I wanted to make the shed a Love Shack.  Remember the b-52's song Love Shack?  It was the inspiration.

Simply Crafts SVG's are wonderful to work with.  Sandy Stark (owner and creator) does incredible videos and and also provides a step by step PDF you can print out and follow.  So gang go check the website out!

Here is what I created.

Here is the Garden Shed as the Love Shack.  The two cute kids
are from Melonheadz.  

The Front.

Lookie, the door actually opens.

Side photo.

The box portion is rather large.  I imagine
it will hold a bag of Hershey Kisses.

The other side on inside the box. 

This is the roof.  I just love the paper.

Another presentation shot.

I had a lot of fun making this.  So happy that Sandy is agreeable to my wacky sense of humor.  Next months project hasn't been decided on yet.  So your guess is as good as mine!  So take care for now.

Bright blessings, 


 

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Merry Christmas with Simply Crafty SVG's



I am amazed at how time flies.  Seems like I just posted Veterans Day.  This month (i post on the first monday of the month) I have some Christmas cards I have made using Simply Crafty SVG's file Christmas double fold card set.  The set has 3 Christmas related ornaments.  A bell, tree and an ornament.  As usual this post is really picture heavy.  So let me show you my cards.

Here are the 3 styles of cards.

Here is the bell.  I made two of each.  You can always use
more Christmas cards.

The inside has a matching bell shape to write a note/greeting.

The inside and outside have panels that
match the paper under the bell shape.

Here is the tree. See the band around the card, it comes off
so the card can open.  Pretty clever!

See the band is off, the cards opens.

One side extended and showing the side panels.

Finally here is the ornament

Inside

The extended card.
So there you have it.  6 very easy Christmas card to make.  Of course, every file of Simply Crafty SVG's  comes with very detailed instructions.  If you ever have a question pls comment on Simply Crafty SVG's  facebook page.  Lots of great information and inspiration can be found here.

I will not see you again until Monday, January 7, 2019.   So from me to you...


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