Baby Memories Scrapbook Page

01 Baby Memories Scrapbook Page

Good morning PPC Fans!  Christi here from Scrapping for Tranquility.  

I want to share a baby memories scrapbook page of my youngest grandson, Lachlan, when he was just over a year old, watching his favorite educational programs.  He so loved those shows.

01 Baby Memories Scrapbook Page

If I allowed him to, he could stand in one place for hours.  LOL Finally I got him to sit down by lowering him manually to the ground.  LOL

Baby Memories Scrapbook Page

When I noticed he was in the onesie t-shirt, I just had to make the Sweet Baby Boy Banner Set.  It includes baby bodysuits and comes in a girl version also.  I just thought this was the cutest thing!  I decided to go with the pastels of baby colors since, in my eyes, he was still a baby at just over a year.

Next using the Baby Blocks Capital Alphabet Set & the Baby Blocks Lowercase Alphabet Set, I spelled his name out on the side. 

Baby Memories Scrapbook Page

Under my photos I made a doily set from Miss Kate Cuttables.

Here is a 2nd look at my project completed:

I enjoy making layouts for all my family and Printable Cuttable Creatables helps me do just that by supplying paper piecing designs for all my needs.  Come take a look!

The Printable Cuttable Creatables designs I used are as follows:

  • Sweet Baby Boy Banner
  •  Baby Blocks Capital Alphabet Set
  • Baby Blocks Lowercase Alphabet Set

Leave me a message and let me know what you think of this baby memories scrapbook page or if you have any questions.  I will be happy to get back to you!

Blessings,
-Christi

Christi DT

Baby Memories 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! 

Banner Cake Topper Tutorial

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Howdy, friends! I’m visiting from Morena’s Corner to share a cute way you can personalize any birthday cake. Make an adorable banner cake topper in your party colors, and customize it with your own message. It’s a quick and cute way to make the cake as unique as the recipient!

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Banner Cake Topper Supplies List

Banner Cake Topper Tutorial

Import the banner SVG files into your design program and size it to fit your cake. I made my banner 11 inches wide. Choose your message (I used “You Rock”) and make sure the letters will fit on your banner.

Cut the back layer of the banner from the chipboard.

Banner Cake Topper Tutorial

Cut the remaining elements from the vinyl. I used black for the banner, silver for the letters and the record, and red for the center of the record album.

Banner Cake Topper Tutorial

Weed the vinyl and use transfer tape to add the vinyl to the chipboard.

You can cut the “string” for the banner or hot glue cording onto the banner like I did.

Banner Cake Topper Tutorial

Use a hot glue gun to attach the wood skewers to the back of the banner.

Banner Cake Topper Tutorial

Place the skewers in the cake to hold the banner up, then decorate the cake as desired. Have fun crafting and creating your own custom banners for your cakes!

Happy crafting!
-Morena

PCC Design Team - Morena

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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 Light Up Card

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Hello friends!  This is Linh or LV Handcrafted across the socials. One of the easiest ways to create a fancy card is to light it up!  One of the things I love about crafting with digis is you can design your entire card front, even color it and then just print it out!  This means you can put your time into making the card a little extra special

Products used:

To see me make this DIY light up card, check out the video below:

If you prefer written instructions, follow the steps below:

STEP 1
Design your card in your favorite photo editing software.  You can even digitally color in your design to save even more time!

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STEP 2
Print out your design. I recommend printing onto at least 100 LB cover weight cardstock.
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STEP 3
Trim your panel down and pick some coordinating solid color cardstock.
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STEP 4
Die cut or poke a hole through the candle flames to create an aperture / opening for the light to shine through
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STEP 5
Position this panel on your card and put a pencil mark through each aperture to indicate where the light should be installed
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STEP 6
Tape your lights to your cardbase, positioning the led light over your pencil marks.
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STEP 7
Glue down the battery
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STEP 8
Put foam on the card base, avoiding the battery and LED lights
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Glue panel down to cardbase, lining up the apertures with where the lights are
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STEP 10
Embellish!
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Thanks for checking out my DIY Light Up Card project today! 

DIY Light Up Card Video Tutorial
How to make a DIY Light Up Card

LV Handcrafted

LV Handcrafted

DIY Light Up 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! 

Sweetly Snarky Wood Signs

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Ciao amici! I’m skipping over from Morena’s Corner to share this fun project I made. I love home decor that is unexpected, so this is my twist on the “inspiration wood sign” trend. These little desk signs seem sweet at first, until you finish reading them!

Sweetly Snarky Wood Signs 1

I used the Sweet Lace Borders SVG file to create the perfect border for these signs! I made mine with very thin basswood and my xTool D1 Pro laser cutting machine, but you can make the exact same thing with cardstock.

Sweetly Snarky Wood Signs

I absolutely love all the tiny details in the lace borders! They make this snarky sign look extra pretty.

Sweetly Snarky Wood Signs

You might have a favorite snarky saying you use to turn into a sign. Or look online for ideas! Have fun crafting and creating your own fun DIY decor sign using beautiful SVG cut files from Printable Cuttable Creatables!

Sweetly Snarky Wood Signs

Happy crafting!
-Morena

PCC Design Team - Morena

Sweetly Snarky Wood Signs

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! 

Snowy Card

02 Snowy Card

02 Snowy Card

Hello friends!  This is Linh or LV Handcrafted across the socials. I hope it’s warmer where you’re at! We’ve had quite a freeze the past week, which is what inspired my card today. I actually used a lot of FREE SVG files (listed below).  

Products used:

I started with a background that I spritz with a shimmer spray. That wasn’t enough sparkle though. I cut the Snowflake Background Stencil FREE SVG file out of mylar to create a stencil that I can use over and over again.

If you don’t have mylar, you can always cut your stencil out of cardstock. It just may not hold up after multiple uses. Especially if you use something like the iridescent glitter paste I used. I love the subtle but still sparkly shine it adds to a card!

DIY Snowy Card

The layered Let It Snow SVG Freebie was a fun one to cut and assemble. I threw in some extra snowflakes from the Snow Day Free SVG Cut file as the finishing touch for my card.

Thanks for checking out my project today!

LV Handcrafted

LV Handcrafted

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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 Side Folding Easel Card

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Hello PCC Fans!  Christi Here from Scrapping For Tranquility.

Here as promised to show you how I make a twisted or side easel card. 

The files I used are from Printable Cuttable Creatables:

Here is the birthday or celebration one I made for today.

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Using a pattern paper you want
to cut 2, 4 IN squares.  One for the base
of your card and one for the back top
of your card.  This is the side that will be folding over.
The one on the back of the card needs
to be cut from corner to corner.

You want to score from the top right to
bottom left of the top of the card. you
have now made your fold over for your easel card.
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Take your card embellishments, in my case the presents, and pop them up with pop dots and that will hold your easel card up.

Again, here is the finished product:

DIY Side Folding Easel Card

I really am happy with the way this turned out.  I hope you enjoy it also!

Until Next time,
-Christi

Christi DT

DIY Side Folding Easel 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! 

DIY Screen Printed T-Shirt

01 DIY Screen Printed T Shirt

01 DIY Screen Printed T Shirt

Hello friends!  This is Linh or LV Handcrafted across the socials. Do you like making custom T-shirts to give as gifts or for family reunions or even to sell? 

Screen printing might be something worth trying. There are beginner-friendly supplies and screen printing inks you can use to get started.  

The wonderful thing about screen printing is that it dies the fabric permanently. Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV) is a plastic that gets adhered to the top of the shirt through heat. It will always have a raised feel to it and with some vinyls can feel stiff. Over time, that vinyl can crack or peel off. 

With a DIY Screen Printed T-Shirt, because the fibers of the shirt are dyed, the shirt stays soft and the design is permanent for as long as the t-shirt will last. 

DIY Screen Printed T-Shirt

I used the “Love is Love Retro Stack” SVG file but I modified it for my sister-in-law who is a librarian and loves books!  The “I Like Big Books” SVG file is where I grabbed the word “books”. The wonderful thing about SVG files is every element is on its own layer, so you can easily pick and choose the parts you want to customize and create exactly what you need.

To see me make this t-shirt and learn more about screen printing, check out the video below:

If you prefer written instructions, follow the steps below:

STEP 1

Create the design you want to
screen print. Mirror the design
and cut from permanent vinyl
(not HTV).
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STEP 2

Weed your design. Apply
transfer tape.
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STEP 3

Remove the vinyl’s paper liner and
stick onto the flat side of your screen.

Mask off any area you don’t want ink
with painter’s tape or masking tape

PRODUCTS
This is the starter kit I got
https://amzn.to/48BTBSu

But, I think this screen is better if
you plan to do a lot of screen
printing because you can tighten
the screen or even replace it
entirely if needed
https://amzn.to/4aJx8EE  

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STEP 4

Line up your screen on your T-shirt. 

NOTE: put paper or parchment inside
your shirt to prevent the ink from
bleeding through to the back.
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STEP 5

Run a line of Screen Printing Ink
across the top of your design.

PRODUCTS

Marabu Inks
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(What I used on this first shirt)

Speedball Inks
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(I tried these on the next shirt
and like it better.)
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Thanks for checking out my project today!

LV Handcrafted

LV Handcrafted

diy screen printed t-shirt

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! 

String Art with SVG Files Crafting Idea

01 String Art with SVG Files
01 String Art with SVG Files

Hello, Hello Crafty Friends! It’s Shalon for the Printable Cuttable Creatables Design Team here with a fun Christmas String Art project for you! I am working on my December Daily at the moment so I am modeling this technique with the Cute Christmas Tree SVG File, but you can apply this technique to any cut file of your choosing!

String Art with SVG Files

Watch how it all comes together!

What You’ll Need:

  • Cute Christmas Tree SVG File
  • DMC Floss – I used:
    • -E699 Green
    • -E677Gold
    • -E898 Brown
  • Needle
  • Piercing Tool/Awl
  • Foam Mat/Cardboard (I used an old mousepad.) 
  • Acetate
  • Sequins
  • Washi Tape

String Art with SVG Files

Being able to utilize cut files for a variety of projects always excites me because I love when I get a multitude of uses from them while still keeping my projects looking fresh! I hope that you’ll give this a try! 

Happy Crafting!

~Shalon

Design Team - Shalon

String Art with SVG Files

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! 

Snowy Day Sled Ornament

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Happy December! I’m dropping in from Morena’s Corner to share this cute snowy day sled ornament craft idea. This is the perfect project to make when it’s cold outside!

sled ornament

Sled Ornaments Supplies

Remove the twine from the wood sled and spray paint it silver. Set it aside to dry and add the twine back after it has dried.

Snowy Day Sled Ornament

I used the separated SVG so that I could cut the elements from different colors. I cut the text from the darkest blue vinyl, and then I cut the snowflake parts from the lighter blue and silver vinyl sheets.

Snowy Day Sled Ornament

These elements have lots of tiny details, and I’ve found that it can be easier to reverse weed vinyl so that you don’t damage the design or lose lots of little pieces. Reverse weeding is when you apply the transfer tape to the cut vinyl and weed the design from the sticky side. This way the vinyl you want will stay on the transfer tape while you remove the parts you don’t want.

Snowy Day Sled Ornament Idea

Add the text to the sled first.

Snowy Day Sled Ornament

I layered the snowflakes first and then added them to the sled.

Snowy Day Sled Ornament

Once the design was in place I embellished the sled top by tying on a few items like some greenery, a tulle bow, a small ornament and a bell.

Snowy Day Sled Ornament

I love how the look of the ornament helps capture the mood of the saying. Baby, it’s cold outside!
-Morena

PCC Design Team - Morena

Snowy Day Sled Ornament

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 Christmas Gift Tags

DIY Christmas Gift Tags Tutorial

Christmas Gift Tags + FREE SVG – for a Limited Time! This year I was so excited to be invited to participate in the 2×12 Cardstock Shop‘s 12 Days of Christmas Event! 12 Designers, 12 crafty Christmas paper projects – and best of all, 12 Free SVG files to create each project! For my project, … Read more

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