September 26, 2012
Here’s what my table looks like today for What’s on Your Workdesk? Wednesday. Not much of a change is it? I skipped my usual challenge this week since it was a specific kind of card and I’m NOT a card maker (OK, I’m something of a baby too!) What you can’t see is the Cub Scout uniform shirt on my chair that I need to sew patches onto. Aleene’s Tack-It Over and Over is good for more than just making your cutting mats sticky again, it will hold patches for a while too.
Since Halloween is just around the corner I thought that I would update my pumpkin treat bag for use with eCAL and SCAL3. I mostly just made little tweaks and I added a shape to use as an inside panel behind the face. This time I made it smaller and put glittered transparency inside so that we can use it with an LED tealight.
The download is a layered svg for use with SCAL2, SCAL3, and eCAL. This file is for personal use only. Feel free to link to this post, but the file is not to be shared or distributed in any way.
Download the layered file from here. The single layer files were not changed and are still available here.
September 19, 2012
I missed What’s on Your Workdesk? Wednesday last week, but I managed to get a photo today. I also missed the original deadline for my Wednesday challenge, but lucky me it’s been changed to tomorrow. I can’t claim that I didn’t have time, I just got sidetracked trying to figure out how to do something in Illustrator two nights in a row. Both distractions sparked by Pinterest. Check back later for more on that project (I’m still working on it).
September 7, 2012
Today was the first full day of school. All I can say is Oh Boy. Here is a Kindergarten title and mat that I made for a recent LO (no DS is not that young, I’m just that far behind).
The download is two single layer svg files for use with any version of SCAL.
My files are for personal use only. Feel free to link to this post, but the files are not to be shared or distributed in any way.
Download the files here.
September 5, 2012
I thought that I would give What’s on Your Workdesk? Wednesday a try this week, though I have to admit that my space is never very neat and Wednesday mornings it is usually very messy since I do a weekly challenge that is due by 10AM. So here is my disaster area.
Yes, that orange sheet is a Fiskars shape template for cutting cirles. I purchased them before I bought my first electronic die cutter and have rarely used them since, but for the LO that I was working on I needed different sizes of circles from different papers. The empty space is where the LO was before I moved it to photograph it.
I always clean up after a project, so the photo below is the After pic. Sad to say, but this is about as good as it gets.
Here is my LO. One of the very few that I have made without using SCAL/eCal. I’m not quite happy with the left edge, but other than journaling it is done (I’m a lazy journaler and will go back in a couple of days and finish it).