Hello, friends! It’s Nancy back with a fun new project share.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner.
For those of us here in Saskatchewan, February 14th still holds lots of snow and chilly weather.
When I found this file in the shop, I thought it would make a great Valentine.
My first attempt with a single-line file didn’t work very well.
I opened a new package of markers for my Cricut and found they were all totally dry.
At PCC the files include SVG and PNG files.
I uploaded this one into Cricut Design Space and had a play.
This is what I came up with:
Doesn’t that make a fun Valentine’s card?
This hot cocoa design is also available in the shop as a regular cutting file,
but I wanted to play with the single-line file.
I ungrouped everything in Design Space and then played with colors and layers.
I like the combination of pink and black for a Valentine.
I then flattened it and saved it as a print/cut option.
I couldn’t really have pink cocoa,
so I colored the cocoa in after it was printed.
I added the printed piece to my black cardstock base using foam tape.
Finally, I added several pink pearls and some Nuvo Drops.
Sometimes it’s just fun to have a play in Design Space!
These files have so many options included
and offer such a variety of creative possibilities.
In this context…playing is learning!
That’s always a good thing! :o)
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Thanks for stopping by today!
I’ll be back soon with another fun project!
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The Nickel Nook
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