Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Decorative edge squares -- click here for cut file

These squares can be cut twice & fastened on the left or at the top with rings or a ribbon in order to make a nice card. Most of them are symmetric so that should be easy enough. For the shapes that aren't symmetric, cut it the first time as is, and then flip your paper over (so that the side you'd normally have facing you when you cut is facing the mat). That way the two pieces will fit together when you fasten your card. Depending on the size of the square and the size of the card you are making, you could also adhere them to the front of the card instead of them being the card itself.

On some of these the very top & bottom of the image are cut off because I took the screen shots while the mats were at 100% so that you can see detail. I included another smaller pic of them at the end of the set of ten images (there's a total of ten decorative squares in the file).

Here's some smaller shots of the ones who got the top & bottom cut off:


  1. I love these! I love your blog and cut files, you do a fantastic job!

  2. Melissa you are SO SWEET!!! It means a lot to me to get a comment like this, it really does. Please come back often & let me know what you'd like to see on the blog.


  3. Thank you so much for sharing these gorgeous squares. I love the butterfly one! I'm starting to play with DS and have even more appreciation for how talented you are! I love your blog, no matter what you call it.


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