My time at SVG Attic is now up but I was asked to be on the sister team Snapdragon Snippets and of course I said yes! Snapdragon Snippet files are on the SIL store but most are available in kit form from SVG Attic.
But there is a new blog and ventures in the pipeline . I'll be posting here when they happen.
So just to jog your memory here are some projects I have made for SVG Attic but are available in the Snapdragon Snippet store in the SIL store.
I'll be posting my first project for Snapdragon Snippets on the 6th October.
This will be my last project for SVG Attic. I'm sad to be leaving as it's been great working with the SVG Attic Design Team and files.
So for this project I've made something for Halloween, a creepy Candelabra.
I have used a fantastic kit called Creepy Candelabras. Don't forget SVG Attic have a 50% off sale on most of their files at the moment too.
This project is called Creepy Chandelier but I found it stands perfectly for a table decoration too. You can put a little battery powered tea light in the middle. So I cut it out using my favourite coloured card , purple. But then I thought it would look great with a scary spider and web :0). So I used two SIL files from Snapdragon Snippets. The Spider Web Corner file #46584 which I added some glitter to and also the Spiders file #46585 and I added glossy accents to him.
Something a bit different from me today, it's a bit of a blast from the past really. I found my file of arty stamps in the garage when looking for something else and realised how lovely they are, too good to sit in a box. So here is what I made just for the fun of it.
Papermill white linen card
Distress Inks: Milled lavendar, Seedless preserves & Tattered rose
Stencil: Memory Box - Texture honeycomb
Stamps: Art Journey - Smile, Adorable & Men
White embossing powder
White Posca pen
Frantage: Vintage Pink
I think I may use these stamps a lot more as I like how it turned out.
Today I get to show you one of my favourite 3D projects for my blog post on the SVG Attic blog.
I had great fun making it and although it looks daunting it really isn't as there is a great tutorial on Jodie's Needles 'n' Knowledge blog. Jodie's written and photo instructions are very clear and precise.
So here it is
This hot air balloon is a gift box and is part of a kit called Above It All.
I have used Papermill pale turquoise card and the papers are My Minds Eye - Lucky in Love.
I love how it turned out and at the moment it has it's place on my mantlepiece.
SVG Attic have some stunning kits and it's well worth having a look at the store and their Facebook page. I cut this file using my Cameo Silhouette but lots of the newer files also have the Cricut Explore cutting files to use too.
I've used Papermill white linen card for the base , doiley and circle. The Cricut Explore has been used to add the black lines and sentiment. I've also cut out the doiley which is a Bird's Cards cut file. The stamp is from Stamping Bella and it is from the Uptown Girls range. This one is called Lolly & Her Brolly. I've coloured her with Shin Hans and Spectrum Noirs.
SVG Attic have a Fall contest starting today. You can create a Fall , Halloween or even Going back to school project for the contest. And as it is a joint contest with Snapdragon Snippets you can use any of those files too!!
All the details are over on the SVG Attic blog here.
So here is my project a gorgeous Fall/Autumn themed card. I love this file as it could be used for so many things including new home. It has a lovely whimsical look to it.
I have used files 44144 for the basis of the card and 50378 for the Autumn both from the Silhouette store using Snapdragon Snippets files. And of course my Cameo.
The papers are Recollections - Mosaic Memories. I've also used some distress ink around the edges of the pieces.
My teamies have made some lovely project to inspire you, you can see them here on their blogs.