FALL-ING FOR YOU_CAROLE DIGITAL PAPER_design by Carole Prevost Posted on 25 Aug 13:47 , 0 comments
Have you ever wanted to create your own double flip card? In this video I show you how I designed a double flip card in Cricut Design Space. Put your own twist on this card using Melody Lane’s digital paper. For this snowman card I used the Chloe Paper Set! It is an enchanting winter filled paper! One tip, when choosing a graphic for a flip card, try to use one that has a shadow layer. You can watch the video here!
Remember to use the code GEORGIA40X to receive 40% off Melody Lane Designs Chloe Paper and your entire purchase!
Hi everyone! Welcome to my whimsical world of fairies! This would make a cute card for the little girl in your life or anyone who loves fairies. Melody Lane's Fairy Digital Paper + Oak Tree Stamps Fairy Wishes = A Perfect Match!
I designed this card in Cricut Design Space, then used pattern fill with the Fairy paper. Melody has a wonderful video on uploading and editing digital papers. Join me on Georgias Crafty Creations to see how to assemble this card. Use the code GEORGIA40X to get 40% off the Fairy Digital Paper and create you own Fairy project!
Hello! Shannon again with another card. It was cold and rainy here today, so I spent the day in my craft room. I came across a really cool card on Pinterest that was cut with a paper trimmer and stamped, so I thought I would try to recreate it in Design Space and share the file with everyone!
Notice the quilted table-cloth? That's 4 papers from the Lorrie collection! Don't they work just perfectly?! I used them as Pattern Fills for the triangles of the quilt, and then flattened everything together to make a very realistic and eye-catching table-cloth for the card!
You can find the link to the original project (which also includes a really great assembly tutorial), more information about how to use the Pattern Fill feature in this project, and the Design Space cut file on my Blog. I also highly recommend this really great video that Melody made to get better acquainted with pattern fills and digital paper. Enjoy!