Sunday, April 05, 2009

More "paper lace" borders -- click here for cut file

This is another "paper lace" border cut file, also with some layering pieces for A2 cards. Just think of yourself as saving money on paper ribbon by making your own...

Some of these, including the one below, you can weave ribbon or paper cut to size through them.

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  1. Thanks Gracie! These are incredible! Thanks for adding the ones we can run ribbon thru. These are perfect as I have such a hard time getting my holes straight otherwise. You're the best!

  2. These are gorgeous! Is there an easy way to determine which cartridge I need to cut them?

  3. Sunny--let me know if this answers your question:
    When you have DS open, look at the box that is to the left of the box that contains the keypad/keyboard. In the drop down menu, one of the options is "this project". It will list all of the cartridges needed for every page of the project. If you just want to know for a single image, click on that image and then right click & it will show you the cartridge on the third line down.

    Take care,

  4. I JUST saw your comment on my "Charlie Cloths" blog! Sorry! YES I did get a Cricut Expression for Christmas!!! I am sooo happy!:) I use it ALL the time! And I got Sure Cuts A Lot which has been awesome! With your cut files on here, can you use them in Sure Cuts A Lot? Do you know??

  5. She's Crafty-

    I am so happy you got a Cricut Expressions!!! Unfortunately, you have to have Design Studio to be able to use .cut files. I have only posted one .scut file (SCAL), and it's a template for a full twelve inch border.

    Congrats again!



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