Friday, March 29, 2013

SVG Cuts Maison De Madeline

I've been playing!! Very naughty as the work stuff is piling up around me but I've had enough of that for a while...needed some play time for "just because" purpose other than for a little relaxation & enjoyment :) Doesn't happen often enough here!

When I saw the new SVG Cuts Maison de Madeline collection I just HAD to have it lol  It was going on my never-ending "to-do-one-day" list but last night I had a hissy fit with the work stuff and decided I was going to make these instead :)  I've had so much fun with this set. I haven't made the has a rooster on it and I can't think of something to use it for at present....and I haven't made the clock but intend to!

I LOVE SVG Cuts files, they are so well designed and always cut beautifully. Mary from SVG Cuts always does a video on the construction of the pieces, which is very helpful. She used a new Graphic 45 collection that is vintage farm themed, therefore the rooster card :)  I have used another new Graphic 45 collection called Secret these papers and the book is a favourite from long ago. I bought a couple of the 12x12 pages and the 8" paper pad. The biggest mistake I made was not having enough plain CS to have everything matching :(  Upsets my OCD tendencies but otherwise I'm really happy with how everything turned out.

Here are photos of each item:

You'll notice that the little, shaped box has 2 versions. I made it with the plain bottom and then couldn't decide if it needed something I added the little panels to it with temp adhesive to see which I liked better. Now I can't decide!!!!!!!  Might leave it for a day or two and then make a decision. If I decide to keep the panels then I'll need to stick them on with permanent adhesive.

This is the little box front on:

For anyone who has a cutter that can use SVG file format, I highly recommend the files from SVG Cuts. It's worth going for a look...just don't blame me if you get carried away and buy up while there lol

Thanks for looking..........have a wonderful day :)


Mary J said...

Wow, what a gorgeous set, Lynne!

Carla S. said...

Gorgeous projects, Lynne! You are so creative with your cutter! Have a wonderful weekend!

Linda Palmer said...

These are all beautiful designs. I am going shopping as soon as I finish this post. I love the boxes either way. You did a fabulous job.

Tracy said...

Wow, cool projects Lynne! I really like the shaped boxes with the deco panels. Glad you had some fun playing. Hugs!


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