Tuesday, September 23, 2014
For today's project I used the new Halloween Soiree kit and I am loving the cute hat! As soon as I Saw the cut outs with the colors peeking through I knew it would make a great luminary! I also thought it would be fun to make as "wizard" hat rather than a regular witch hat. :) So we have moon's stars and a sparkly band. A little vellum, a tea light and...Voila! It glows! A bunch of them for a table setting might be fun ;)
It's hard to believe that 6 months has flown by so quickly and that my time with the SVG Attic design team is concluding. I have had a great time and enjoyed watching SVG Attic grow so quickly! What an awesome team and I will miss working with everyone! Thank you and I look forward to remaining a SVG Attic fan!!!
Friday, September 19, 2014
When I envisioned my project for today's post I hoped it would turn out alright. And with the help of SVG Attic and gorgeous paper I am quite happy with the result.
I made a vanity set for my project.
The file I used for the containers is Kiss the Cook.
And for the tray I used the Mom's English Garden.
I hope you like my project.
Thank you for stopping by.
Have a fabulously crafty day! ♥
Posted by Courtney Lega at 3:30 AM
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Hello all! If you are looking for Fall inspiration, you have come to the right place! I am recapping several older blog posts that feature SVG Attic files and and have a fall theme. We currently have a Fall themed contest going on...see THIS blog post for all the details. The last day to enter the contest is September 27th. Click on the links below to go to the original blog posts.
Feeling inspired?? Now go create something wonderful and enter it into our Fall contest!
*Please note that the projects pictured in this post are created from older SVG Attic files and are not currently compatible with Cricut Design Space.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Hello, and happy Tuesday, crafty friends! Julie here today from Muddy Paws & Inky Fingers. This is my last post for SVG Attic. My time, this term, is nearly over. I have LOVED being on this team -- watching the company grow, working with the fantastic designs, and experiencing the friendships have been awesome. I want to thank the owners, designers, design team leader, and design team. I've loved every minute. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!
I am sending you all off with 2 wishes from one of the newest kits in the SVG Attic store. I made two very similar cards from the JGW Above It All kit. Soooo many cute things in this kit!
I used the hot air balloon from the kit, sized it to fit on the front of a card, and cut it three times. Then, I scored them and glued them together. The card will lay flat for mailing.
I used a Joy's Life stamp set for the sentiments, as I thought they were very fitting for the cards, and for the message I wanted to leave with you all today.
My wish for all of you today and everyday -- sunshine and blue skies!
Saturday, September 13, 2014
Fall is such a gorgeous time of the year! I didn't used to like that season very much, and looking back, I have no idea why I thought that. The colors, the cool air, harvest...it all is so wonderful. When SVG Attic came out with their Harvest Blessing Card Kit, I fell in love with it immediately... especially with this card. So I dug out my Amber Autumn paper stack from DCWV and got to work :)
SVG Attic's files, we would love it if you would enter into our Monthly Contest!
See THIS post for all the details...the call closes Sept 16th, so don't wait!
Friday, September 12, 2014
Hi Shary here and today I'd like to show you a fabulous project that I made from the Above It All kit. I had so much fun making this!
This has got to be one of my favourite all time SVG Attic kits. It looks quite daunting but Jodi has such a great tutorial on her blog with lots of pictures so it's really easy to do.
I've used My Mind's Eye - Lucky in love papers and a few gems.
Now you've only seen a little of the kit I hope you'll go over to the SVG Attic store. There's lots more in the kit to make!
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Today we have a fun celebration gift box from the Perfect Picnic kit. I have to tell you the bottle box is impressive and super easy to assemble! I chose this fun "bubbly" paper for my celebration box and chose to continue the happy sunny theme. Over here I am holding on to the last bits of summer as I am not quite ready to see it go...
I hope that you enjoyed today's fun and sunny project, and i hope you are inspired to try something on your own. This bottle from Perfect Picnic really is easy and fun to make and makes such a terrific gift box!
Happy Crafting! ~Melissa