MACM – One Layer Holiday Card

Morning, all!

For today’s card I wanted to created a one-layer card similar to this one I made a while ago. Lots of stamping and lots of masking. It was time consuming, but I love how it turned out! I hope you do too. :)

Tree Card Template – SVG, .studio, and PDF files – $0.99

If you want to make a card like mine, you can download the SVG and .studio files below. These files are for digital cutting machines. Plus, there is a PDF in the zip file as well if you don’t have a cutting machine. Just print out the PDF and use it as a template to create your masks. :)

Contains three files: SVG, DXF, PDF

Use Adobe Reader to open PDF file.
If you’re using Silhouette Studio: Open DXF file by going to File > Import to my library.

If you’re using Silhouette Studio Designer Edition: Open SVG file by going to File > Open OR File > Import to my library.

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TERMS OF USE: By downloading the above file, you agree to use the artwork for personal projects only. May not be used on any projects or cards that are sold. Commercial use is prohibited. All rights reserved. (c) 2011 Kristina Werner.

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32 Comments
  1. This is a super sweet card. Thanks for sharing how you made it. I will have to try something like this.

  2. Get out of town! This is SO super wow!

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