Tuesday, May 7, 2013

SVGcuts.com Tea for You and Me!!

Good morning!

Well, have I had a month! And I see it's been that long since I've been here!

Not to write a novel or anything,,,,,,,,,,,but my youngest daughter has been engaged to marry her fiance now for over a year. They suddenly decided they wanted to get married BEFORE he goes into the service,,,,,,,,

in June.


I had literally 3 months to get this thing off the ground, and I was NOTHING but busy in April. Between finding and booking a venue, dress fittings, shopping for dresses for the girls, outfits for the men, shoe shopping, making invitations (yes, I made them,,,,,,,the base was a kit, but I remade the kit), place cards, programs, and a million other things,,,,,,,,,,,,,,whew!!!!

It will be lovely, however :)  She's getting married at a lovely outdoor venue amidst gorgeous, huge oak trees, in an "Evening in Paris" theme. By the time it's done, I'll be ready for a vacation LOL.

And, of course, I had major computer problems that didn't help. Sigh. JUST got those fixed,,,,,

I'm still going crazy, but I wanted to stop by and drop off a project I've made recently,,,,,,,

I have fallen in love with svgcuts.com. Their projects are just adorable,,,,,,,and so easy. Mary and Leo always provide a video that walks you through the complicated projects and makes them OH so easy!!

so without further ado,,,,,,,here's my project.

Here's the tea cup alone,,,
And the tea pot!
If you've never tried Svgcuts.com, you really should go over and take a look!  There's a project to suit any personality,,,,,,,,,they have so many awesome 3D kits,,,,,,and quite a few 2D kits for cardmaking and scrapbooking as well! All their files come zipped with several type files inside, SVG and GSD and others,,,,,if you have Make the Cut or SCAL2 or higher or Silhouette Designer Edition, you're good to go!

Project Recipe:

Papers: GA Pacific white card stock, Lost and Found Two, Blush, Sweet Bouquet
Dies and Cutting Files: SVGcuts.com Tea for You and Me kit, Teapot and Tea cup, and 3D flowers kit, Spellbinders spiral blossoms 1,
Inks: dollar spot pink ink for inking flower
Ribbon: Really Reasonable Ribbon
Glue: Martha Stewart Craft Glue, hot glue gun
embellishments: Jolee's 3D stickers, and my stash.

I hope you enjoyed my project, and thanks for looking!

Later this week, I have a free Silhouette file to hand out that will be WONDERFUL for the winter holidays that will be upon us before we know it, so keep tuned!


  1. I adore SVGCuts too!! I love this project. I was just saying to myself that I have not seen you for awhile. I was wondering if your hands were bothering you..you have been busy, but good busy....take care and have fun!!

  2. I also have this set and love it. Love, love, love SVGcuts. The paper you used is just gorgeous! Beautiful work! :)

  3. How cute! I must check it out. Thank you for the link. :)

    The wedding is just around the corner! Have fun and enjoy the wonderful day!

  4. I just bought this file and can't wait to make one. But I am stumped on how big I should enlarge the file when I import it to my mat or do I cut it out just at the size it is imorted at, it looks rather small on the mat.