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Saturday, September 12, 2009

VERY Detailed Anniversay Card

WARNING!! Patients and Time is required to make this card. It literally took me 2 hours to make this. It took my Cricut machine about 15 minutes to make the cut then it took me about an hour in a half to weave it out. After weaving it I used green distress ink on it to hide any imperfections. I then used my trusty spray adhesive and placed my backing on. See post below to learn how I do all of this. Anyhow since it took me so long I have decided to give this one to my parents for their 48Th wedding anniversary. I am not really please with how the picture came out but I love this card. It is very detailed and is very intricate.

CLICK HERE to get this file in my Volume 2 set of svg files...ENJOY!!

11 comments:

Jun Bug House said...

as always......
Wow.
Thank you
No, one more, breath taking.
**U**
Nance

Dorothy said...

Wow Wanda!! These are wonderful!!!
Dorothy

Kim said...

these look beautiful cards.
I'm going to go and buy some spray adhesive today and have a go at doing one of them
thanks so much for sharing

Penny Duncan Creations said...

Oh WANDA!!!! Absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!

Bonnie said...

absolutely beautiful!

Lisa said...

This reminds me of some of Paulo's intricate files. I hope to try it soon. Beautiful!

Kay said...

Wanda,

That is great!! I wanted to tell you that I found something that works pretty good on the weaving part - a sewing seam ripper! I found this out by accident, but it really seems to work pretty good. Thanks for sharing all your hard work & talent with us.

Kay

Kerry Stanek said...

WOW!!!! You just keep getting better and better at this! TFS

Bibi said...

Wanda, Love the files, I have done lots of these too. What you need to do with these is simplify them. I did that with this file and took it from 5323 nodes down to 1433 nodes. By simplifying you can speed cutting, reduce wear and tear on your machine and also reduce file sizes.

Bibi

Anonymous said...

It's so elegant. Thanks for sharing this.

CreativeBusyHands-Scrapbook Freebies Search said...

Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Cricut Freebies Search List, under the Card post on Sep. 13, 2009. Thanks again.

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