Hello, it's FRRRRIDAAY!
Oh, so can't wait!
(Not that I 'work' but still so nice to sleep in a bit on the weekends!)
I get to share my latest SVG Cuts project with you all today!
For my project -
I wanted to show you how cool it is to 'alter' a file a bit,
to make something completely different!
Remember the 'base' file from the Ferris Wheel that Mary made?
Well, I just simply took that file,
and reworked the file a bit to make....
A SWING SET!
See, how it becomes totally something different?
Basically, the file was lengthened a bit and the inside 'triangle' shape was enlarged.
It's not a box, a card, a layout....
not particularly 'practical'...
but my kids loved this, and it was super fun to make!
Makes a fun little springy decor, too!
It was fun to also take so many collections to put together into a project!
This cute stamp is from 'bunnies and blossoms' - also designed by Mary,
available at the Unity Stamp Company website!
You see the pleated grass?
Just take a simple strip of grass cut out and just fold it back and forth,
and adhere it on just like that!
(You can also place the pleated grass on a double sided adhesive to hold it together
before placing it where you want to go!)
I don't personally care for ants,
unless they bring me flowers :)
Aren't these bugs adorable?
It's hard to hate them when they are oh-so-cute!
I've used this branch in so many of my projects -
it's so versatile and adds so much!
The swing is simple -
just a 'paper slat' with jute twine tied around it!
Just this makes it so cute!
Now, if you look at the bee on the swing set rope,
it's a fun addition, right?
But this brings me back a TERRIBLE memory for me...
I was about 4 when I just was able to get on the swing set by myself.
I was so proud, and wanted to show my grandma that I can do it.
I got on, and the instant moment I grabbed onto the rope,
There was a bee on the rope and I must've wrapped my little hands around it.
You can imagine how my rest of the day went!
I love adding the 'smallest' details onto my projects...
if you pay attention to the back -
I've got pretty flowers blooming by the back fence.
Yes, even if it's a dandelion, it's still beautiful :)
...and here's a bunny enjoying the swing!
Luckily she sat on the right swing -
otherwise, she would've been bitten by a bee!
Here are all the collections that I used in my project:
and if you're interested in the full instructions and dimensions of the files I used -
please go visit the SVG Cuts blog!
Oooh, and a few things -
a new KIT just came out right now!
.... and I have ANOTHER SVG Cuts project done -
and will have that posted SOON!
Lots of goodness coming your way!
Have a great weekend everyone!