Welcome to the Gettin' Crafty with the Cameo blog hop. We're so happy to have you hopping along with us today, and we're so excited to share our projects with you. So, grab your coffee, tea, or water and sit back, relax, and enjoy! There is an amazing line up of amazingly crafty ladies with some awesome projects to share!
You are at the first stop in the hop. Your next stop will be over at Jessica's blog.
Here is the complete line up just in case you get lost along the way. If you do, you can come right back here and get back on track. : ) Just click on the names to get to their blog.
Kristy ( you are here)
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Now... let's head on to my project for all of you today. I want to apologize for my simple card. I planned on having a fab project to share with everyone, but - life kinda took over, as I had oral surgery a week ago Friday. I only expect to go in to get the tooth pulled and ended up walking out with stitches in my mouth. I thought I was good to go on Monday, but that night the pain was not playing with me! I was down for the entire week, so needless to say - I was only able to get this card done. I wanted to do a few different projects to share with you all - my apologies! I'll be sharing more of my creations using my Cameo, so be sure to check back often. Ok.. ok... enough rambling, right? So here is my card!
Hope your day is "Tweet"
Silhouette Store - Scalloped squared
Scraptastical Kreations SVG cutting file
white gel pen
For the scalloped square - in the studio software I highlight the entire piece - right click > ungroup - then right click again and release compound path. This is going to break the pieces a part individually. That is how I got the layered square, which I pop dotted to give dimension. Just a little tip for the beginners (like me).
I hope you all enjoy this hop as much as we've enjoyed putting it together and creating projects to share with you.
Now, go ahead and hop on over to Jessica 's blog and see what she has to share with all of you!