|I used the tree svg files from KLDezign blog - I just love Google translate|
There are a couple of cards that I'm just- not- SURE- if I'm seeing it the right way...in other words, does this card blow? It took me about a week to figure out if I want to blog about this one. I was concerned about having things thrown at me again, like tomatoes, but then I had to remind myself, YOU CAN'T throw tomatoes at me- nanner nanner! My friends & readers are just to sweet for that. But thank goodness I have Muse's who've shown me that I HAVE to ink the edges when I combine patterns. So what do you think? Should I go back to my hidey hole under a rock? I'm still sending the card, because it's for my sister and she doesn't have the option to critique it, or I spill even more details of what she did when she was young to my niece and nephews. Does that make me bad? Don't answer that.
I love these little tree svg's! I love Google translate too, I found this great blog KLDezing.blogspot.com - she makes beautiful Svg's and some adorable projects. I remember thinking last year as I downloaded them- these aren't very me, but they're cute, but what the heck can I use them on? Luckily I've noticed all these owls, and simplistic forest type SVG sets, and voila, inspiration. Oh and a word to the wise, don't translate if you want to make a comment.
The colors aren't ones that I myself like, but my sister loves these colors, I have to admit they are rather cool together. I used SvgCuts.com basic borders, and Lettering Delights elements from the "how tweet it is" and Delilah tags collection .
I again combined different SVG retailers, SvgCuts.com and LetteringDelights.com. When you have SCAL and these two fabulous SVG retailers you will have no limit to your creations. I just couldn't imagine being held to cartridges only, or one particular cutters menu of cuttables. Thank you to all these amazing retailers-I love you!