DIY Fur Baby Scrapbook Page

Fur Baby Pet Scrapbook page Idea

Good Morning Printable Cuttable Creatables Fans!  Christi here from Scrapping for Tranquility wanting to bring to you some really fun frames for your fur babies. Kristin did an awesome job on these and I see myself using these over and over.  Here is what I made with them:

Fur Baby Pet Scrapbook page Idea

This is my Doggie Stormy.  We lost him to bone cancer, April of 2022.  He was my companion, my best friend.  I have been wanting to make an album of him so when Creative Memories recently came out with a paw print coverlet, I knew it was time.  It has been hard and not without tears but here is one of the fun ones.

Fur Baby Scrapbook Page

If you notice, these adorable frames have pawprints all the way around the Paw Print Frames.  I took cardstock from 12 X 12 Cardstock Shop in different colors of Encore Textured Cardstock.  Then using my Silhouette Cameo 3 I cut out the frames.  I will tell you to 2X the cut or make your pressure a little harder for I had to punch out every footprint.  My own fault for not thinking ahead.  lol

Fur Baby Scrapbook Page

Next, I was able to cut the shape of my photos by again using my cameo but if you do not have an electric machine and if you have the cutting system from Creative Memories, that is a huge help.

Last but not least I found this beautiful dog saying on the internet that I typed up in Microsoft Word and that is how I received my title from my page.  I made my title out of a font I had in my Sure Cuts a Lot Stash of fonts.

Fur Baby Scrapbook Page

The files I used from Printable Cuttable Creatables:

Paw Print Frames 

Until next time!

-Christi

Christi DT

Fur Baby Scrapbook Page

Affiliate Disclosure: I may be an affiliate for some products recommended in this post. This means that if you purchase items through my links I will earn a small commission, at no extra cost to you. I only recommend products that I have personally used and enjoy and when you order through my link, it helps me continue to offer you weekly free SVG files, digital papers, scrapbook sketches, tutorials, and other fun things. Thank you in advance for your support! 

School Scrapbook Layout Idea

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Good Morning  Printable Cuttable Creatables Fans! Christi here from Scrapping For Tranquility.  I am here today to show you a layout I did for back to school for my granddaughter , Jaelyn.  

I know it is time for school ending but if you are like me, anytime of the year is school layouts. 

Following is my completed layout.

DIY School Layout Idea

The first file I used from PCC was Lil Crayons and Pencils Borders. I made this to hold part of my title down the middle of my layout.  “First Grade Aug. 2019”  I really liked the way it came out

DIY School Layout Idea

I also used the Pencil and Glue Bottle from the Cute SVG Bundle.

So many things to choose from in that bundle.  I know I will get a lot of school layouts out of that bundle!

Thanks for joining me on my back to school journey!  Until next time!

-Christi

Christi DT

DIY School Layout Idea

Affiliate Disclosure: I may be an affiliate for some products recommended in this post. This means that if you purchase items through my links I will earn a small commission, at no extra cost to you. I only recommend products that I have personally used and enjoy and when you order through my link, it helps me continue to offer you weekly free SVG files, digital papers, scrapbook sketches, tutorials, and other fun things. Thank you in advance for your support! 

Sweet Baby Banner Gift Idea

01 Sweet Baby Banner Gift and care card

01 Sweet Baby Banner Gift and care card

Hello and welcome to the PCC blog again. Today it’s me, Ellen, sharing this sweet baby banner gift I made using the: “Pretty Birdhouse SVG”,  “Mama & Baby Bird in Nest SVG”, “Sweet Baby Safety Pins SVG” and the hearts from “Cloud Raining Hearts SVG” from the PCC Shop.

Sweet Baby Banner Gift

First of all I made my garland with HTV and my cutting machine. I combined the flowers of the birdhouses with the text and added a little heart here and there.

Sweet Baby Banner Gift

Because there was also a bird on the baby card of Mia, these could of course not be missed on my flags. The eyes are the core of the flowers (cut out in a black color). My drawing was too fine to cut out the eyes as originally intended.

Sweet Baby Banner Gift

Do you know Canva? It is a website with which you can create professional posters, documents, Instagram posts and much more. PCC also provides png photos in the SVG sets. Ideal for making beautiful cards to add to your projects for sure with the help of this website.

Sweet Baby Banner Gift

I also made a note with washing instructions and ideas for what you can use the banner for. You can’t read it because it is of course in Dutch (my native language). But this project shows that you can also use the pretty PCC illustrations for much more than you think at first glance!

Sweet Baby Banner Gift

Hopefully you find this blog post super inspiring. I am really happy with the result of this sweet baby banner gift ideas!

I wish you many creative moments today and see you soon!

-Ellen

PCC Design Team - Ellen

Sweet Baby Banner Gift

Affiliate Disclosure: I may be an affiliate for some products recommended in this post. This means that if you purchase items through my links I will earn a small commission, at no extra cost to you. I only recommend products that I have personally used and enjoy and when you order through my link, it helps me continue to offer you weekly free SVG files, digital papers, scrapbook sketches, tutorials, and other fun things. Thank you in advance for your support! 

Groovy Retro Card Idea

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Good Morning PCC Fans!  Christi here from Scrapping for Tranquility.

I want to share with you a groovy retro card I made for really any occasion, just add what you want to say in it!

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I used the following files from Printable Cuttable Creatables.

Groovy Retro Card

When I was finished with the outside, I wanted to pretty up the inside a bit, so I used the Peace sign and a Peace & Love Stamp I had from C.C. Designs.

Here is the final look at my finished groovy retro card:

Let me know what you think.  Would you like a card like this for a “thinking of you”, “Get well soon”, “Birthday”?  It can be for many occasions.  Let me know in the comments below! 

 For anyone who answers my question in the comments by Thursday April 18th, 2024, I will put you in a random drawing and you will receive this card and maybe a little surprise to go with it.  This way you can give it to your special someone.

Have a blessed weekend!

-Christi

Christi DT

Groovy Retro Card

Affiliate Disclosure: I may be an affiliate for some products recommended in this post. This means that if you purchase items through my links I will earn a small commission, at no extra cost to you. I only recommend products that I have personally used and enjoy and when you order through my link, it helps me continue to offer you weekly free SVG files, digital papers, scrapbook sketches, tutorials, and other fun things. Thank you in advance for your support! 

3 Ways to Make DIY Laser Cut Earrings

01 Make DIY Laser Cut Earrings Wood

3 Ways to Make DIY Laser Cut Earrings

Ciao amici! I’m stopping by from Morena’s Corner to show you three ways you can make gorgeous DIY laser cut earrings using just one file from Printable Cuttable Creatables! This file comes with a variety of stunning earring SVG designs that you can customize in different ways.

Scroll Earring Supply List

Wood Scroll Earrings

First up is the quickest and most natural looking method! I used Walnut Plywood  to make these beautiful earrings. Simply open the SVG file in your cutting machine’s design program. Choose the design you want to use and make it the desired size. Then cut the wood using the best settings for your device.

01 Make DIY Laser Cut Earrings Wood

If you end up with a little char on the edges of the scroll earrings you can use a Magic Eraser to clean the wood.

3 Ways to Make DIY Laser Cut Earrings

Gold Laminate Earrings

I used heat transfer vinyl to make these super shiny earrings! If you are cutting with a diode laser, make sure you choose a HTV that is laser safe! First you iron the HTV onto the basswood. Then you cut the design from the wood

3 Ways to Make DIY Laser Cut Earrings

Finally, add your earring findings and you’re done! This method is faster than painting and the shiny metallic HTV is incredible!

3 Ways to Make DIY Laser Cut Earrings

Glitter Vinyl Earrings

I wanted to put some sparkle in the openings of the scroll earrings, and this was an easy way to do that. 

Open the desired design in your machine’s design program and create two versions of the earring design: one regular and one mirrored. This will make the front and back of the earring. Since it’s two pieces of wood I used 1/16 inch basswood and pre-painted it. Then I cut the design.

3 Ways to Make DIY Laser Cut Earrings

After that I cut the outline of the earrings from a sheet of acetate that was covered with transparent glitter vinyl.

3 Ways to Make DIY Laser Cut Earrings

Finally, I glue the glitter piece between the two pieces of wood.

3 Ways to Make DIY Laser Cut Earrings

Pair these cute DIY scroll earrings with the Earring Display Cards SVG File to create beautiful gifts. Have fun crafting & creating these beautiful earrings!

-Morena

PCC Design Team - Morena

3 Ways to Make DIY Laser Cut Earrings

Affiliate Disclosure: I may be an affiliate for some products recommended in this post. This means that if you purchase items through my links I will earn a small commission, at no extra cost to you. I only recommend products that I have personally used and enjoy and when you order through my link, it helps me continue to offer you weekly free SVG files, digital papers, scrapbook sketches, tutorials, and other fun things. Thank you in advance for your support! 

DIY Layered Stencil for Sublimation

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Hello friends!  This is Linh or LV Handcrafted across the socials. I love that the PCC SVG files come with a version that is separated and assembled. It makes it really easy to create a DIY layered stencil for sublimation. All you need to do is create one stencil for each color of the design. In my tutorial video, I’ll show you a tip for making it easy for you to line up all your layers!

Products used:

To see how I made this, check out the video below:

If you prefer written instructions, follow the steps below:

STEP 1

Scale your design to the size you need
to fit your project. Add 1/4” squares
just outside the size of your project
in each of the four corners.

These will be your registration
boxes for lining up each layer.

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STEP 2

Copy the design. From your copy,
decide which color you want to keep
on this layer and delete all the other
elements from the design that are
in a different color.

Select the design elements and all
four registration boxes. Click Attach
so they cut exactly as shown on
your screen.
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STEP 3

Repeat Step 2 for each different
color of your design. Each set
should have all four registration
boxes and only the elements
that should be the same color.
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STEP 4

Send your project to get cut. I used
mylar for my stencils so it can
be used over and over again.
But you can cut your stencil out of
cardstock if you don’t need it to last.
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STEP 5

When you create a sublimation
design, it needs to be mirrored. 
So flip your stencil so you are
inking through the back of the stencil.

Be sure to ink through your
4 registration boxes!
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STEP 6

As you go to stencil on each layer,
line up the registration boxes. You
don’t need to ink through those boxes
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STEP 7

Sublimate the design onto your
blank according to the temperature
and time specified for your blank.

Remember to cover your design
top & bottom with butcher paper
to protect your heating plates.
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Happy crafting!

LV Handcrafted

DIY Layered Stencil for Sublimation

Affiliate Disclosure: I may be an affiliate for some products recommended in this post. This means that if you purchase items through my links I will earn a small commission, at no extra cost to you. I only recommend products that I have personally used and enjoy and when you order through my link, it helps me continue to offer you weekly free SVG files, digital papers, scrapbook sketches, tutorials, and other fun things. Thank you in advance for your support! 

Spring Cards with Paper and Vinyl

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As the flowers of spring emerge, there’s no better way to celebrate the season’s arrival than by crafting charming and personalized spring cards. With a blend of paper and vinyl, you can create delightful designs that capture the essence of this rejuvenating time of year.

Bloom Cards 4

This is Morena from Morena’s Corner stopping by on this sunny day to share some fun ways to use Printable Cuttable Creatables files to make beautiful spring cards. Let’s dive into the art of combining paper and vinyl to craft cards that bloom with creativity and warmth.

Spring Cards with Paper and Vinyl

I love to use vinyl to make my cards! This way I can use lots of fun finishes and colors, like the galvanized steel vinyl I used for the watering can. Cut and weed each element from the desired color, then use transfer tape to assemble your card! 

PCC makes it very easy by including multiple layering versions with every SVG design, along with easy to follow assembly instructions. This file included an SVG with a version for layering with cardstock, and another version specifically for vinyl, so I was able to use both to make this card!

Spring Cards with Paper and Vinyl

I really love the Rolled Paper Flower SVG Templates and wanted to incorporate them with this fun design. I love the way the tiny rolled flowers pop off the page and bring this watering can to life!

Spring Cards with Paper and Vinyl

Have fun crafting and creating bloomin’ cute cards with Printable Cuttable Creatables!

-Morena

PCC Design Team - Morena

Spring Cards with Paper and Vinyl

Affiliate Disclosure: I may be an affiliate for some products recommended in this post. This means that if you purchase items through my links I will earn a small commission, at no extra cost to you. I only recommend products that I have personally used and enjoy and when you order through my link, it helps me continue to offer you weekly free SVG files, digital papers, scrapbook sketches, tutorials, and other fun things. Thank you in advance for your support! 

Inking Onto Fabric

01 Inking onto Fabric

01 Inking onto Fabric

Hello friends!  This is Linh or LV Handcrafted across the socials. I always forget that so many different inks will work on fabric. Instead of cutting and applying heat transfer vinyl, I inked up this zippered pouch with Memento Luxe ink

I started by cutting a positive stencil (meaning you don’t have to mirror your design) out of cardstock. I used this fun Lucky Me SVG file, which has more layers than what you’re seeing, but I picked the main design for my stencil. You can use mylar instead of cardstock if you want to create a stencil that you can use over and over again, but lightweight cardstock is great for one-use stencils.

Tips:

  • I used a dotty tape runner on the back of my cardstock stencil to hold it tightly to my project.
  • Make sure to read the ink you use. Some of them, like the Memento Luxe, require heat setting on fabric before it’s permanent. This is especially necessary if you are inking onto something that might need to go through the wash.
  • Using a fabric ink, similar to screen printing, results in keeping the feel of the fabric. If you don’t like the feel of stiff vinyl on your fabric, try using a fabric ink!

Products used:

Thanks for checking out my project today!!
-LV Handcrafted

LV Handcrafted

Ink Onto Fabric

Affiliate Disclosure: I may be an affiliate for some products recommended in this post. This means that if you purchase items through my links I will earn a small commission, at no extra cost to you. I only recommend products that I have personally used and enjoy and when you order through my link, it helps me continue to offer you weekly free SVG files, digital papers, scrapbook sketches, tutorials, and other fun things. Thank you in advance for your support! 

Sweet Easter Pillow

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02 01 Sweet Easter Pillow

Hello everyone, Ellen here taking over the PCC blog. In this post I made this sweet Easter Pillow using the ‘Bite Me Bunny’ SVG File and the ‘Chocolate Bunny’ SVG Cut File & Clipart.

I like to share two creative tips.

  1. If you’re using an image that is a silhouette, it’s fun to use pattern HTV Iron-On
  2. Sometimes you can easily combine elements from different illustrations, like I did here with the bow and the bunny

Sweet Easter Pillow

I hope you like my project and you try out one of the tips.

See you soon!

-Ellen

PCC Design Team - Ellen

Sweet Easter Pillow

Affiliate Disclosure: I may be an affiliate for some products recommended in this post. This means that if you purchase items through my links I will earn a small commission, at no extra cost to you. I only recommend products that I have personally used and enjoy and when you order through my link, it helps me continue to offer you weekly free SVG files, digital papers, scrapbook sketches, tutorials, and other fun things. Thank you in advance for your support! 

Make a Sweet Wedding Card

01 Wedding Card

Good Morning PCC Fans!  Christi here from Scrapping For Tranquility.

Today I wanted to walk you through making a wedding card with PCC cut files Wedding Groom Tuxedo and Wedding Dress.  I am trying to get stocked up on my cards and with Summer coming it always seems I need wedding cards.  How about you?

Here is how my wedding card came out:

01 Wedding Card

With Printable Cuttable Creatables files, it is so easy to make a quick card.

Make a Sweet Wedding Card

I Started with my base made out of Neenah Solar White from 12 X 12 Cardstock shop.  I cut this at 10 in X 7 In.  I then folded on the 10in side to make a 5 in card.   I used my bone folder to make sure it was good and folded.  Then I turned the fold on the inside.  This is to prevent peeling or cracking on the fold line.

In the meantime I cut my SVG pieces of the tuxedo and wedding dress.  Using no shred glitter cardstock for the top layer of the dress, I really liked how the dress came out.  

I then cut a light gray rectangle at 5.75 in. x 6.75 in. to tape down on top of my base. I added one more layer of turquoise cardstock to match the tuxedo and cut a piece at 5.50 in x 6.50 in and taped it on top of the gray cardstock.

Using the Wedding Sentiments Stamp Set by C.C. Designs, I stamped a sentiment on the front and wrapped gray and turquoise ribbon, from my stash, around the card. 

Make a Sweet Wedding Card

I stamped this other sentiment on the inside, again from C.C. Designs Wedding Sentiments stamp set,  and I called it done.

Once again, here is my finished card:

Make a Sweet Wedding Card

Hope you enjoyed my tutorial and will join me on my socials.

Blessings,

Christi

Christi DT

Make a Sweet Wedding Card

Affiliate Disclosure: I may be an affiliate for some products recommended in this post. This means that if you purchase items through my links I will earn a small commission, at no extra cost to you. I only recommend products that I have personally used and enjoy and when you order through my link, it helps me continue to offer you weekly free SVG files, digital papers, scrapbook sketches, tutorials, and other fun things. Thank you in advance for your support! 

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