Monday, December 31, 2018

December Fan Projects

Hope everyone had a great Holiday Season. 
It's Amy and I'm sharing the December Fan Projects today! 

Before we jump into all the amazing projects - just a reminder to check out the Freebie of the day!

Here are the December Fan Projects...

Cards by Gloria Colon Dasher

Holiday T by  Joanne Crevits

Layout by Rene Stockwell

Digital Layout by Giulia Casadio‎

Scrapbook Layout by Michele Roberts

Tag by Valerie Earl

Tags by Katrina Polencheck

And Special Thanks to Wendy Sanchez who shared her card creations.
(there are additional cards on the Galleria Facebook Page)

Happy New Year and thank you again to everyone who shared their creativity on the Galleria Facebook Page!

Friday, December 28, 2018

Guest Designers Year in Review

Guest DT Review!!
Another year has come and gone!! Can you believe it?

But, what an awesome year 2018 was here at Miss Kate Cuttables!! 
We had the most amazing guest designers this year and were so lucky to be able to showcase their talents! We wanted to make sure you all were able to see what adorable projects they created using Miss Kate Cuttables files!  
So please join us as we take another look at all of their amazing creations throughout this past year! 

January 12- Janis Lewis

January 26- Nancy Nickel

February 9- Angela Corcoron

February 23- Sue Kracker

March 9- Sonja Bakonyi

April 13- Gerda Bonfrere

April 27- Christi Steinbeck

May 11- Miranda Enclade

May 25- Marji Franklin

June 15- Alicia O'Bryant

June 29- Beckie Williams

July 13- Martha Lucia

July 27- Kim Ferguson

August 10- Shannon Hinders

September 14- Anita Curran

September 28- Kimberly Sisco

October 12- Melissa De Monic

October 26- Sandy Suarez

November 9- Gloria Dasher

November 23- Sladjana Donna Perisic
Miss Kate Cuttables SVG file Oak Leaves colored with Spectrum Noir Sparkle Marker Fall inspired card created with Cricut Explorer.

December 14- Evelyn Holmberg

Thank you to all of our wonderful guest design team members, and to all of our super MKC fans for supporting Miss Kate and the designers.
2019 promises to be just as wonderful with a bunch of  new guest designers and fabulous projects!! It kicks off January 11th so be sure to stay tuned!

Signing off for 2018 and wishing you all a very Happy New Year!!
Your Guest DT Coordinator,

Sunday, December 23, 2018

Snowman Fun!

Hello everyone, Georgia here wishing you Happy Holidays !
This month for my post I wanted to share a SVG file with an adorable "old world" looking snowman. This guy reminds me of a snowman you would have seen in ads back in the 30's or 40's. I knew I had to create something more than a card with him! Check out this darling little guy...

He can be found here at the MKC store. After a lot of trying to figure out what I wanted to create I went for HTV on tea towels for Christmas presents. Here are my pictures...

If you notice I even did them in two different directions ! I love how you can manipulate SVG files to suit your own purpose. 
Now I just need to see how the recipients like them...but come on now...what's not to love ??!!
Don't forget your freebie , you can grab it Here.  MKC gives away a freebie every day with the freebie posted on Friday staying up all weekend. This time the weekend Freebie will be available until after Christmas so you have  lots of time to grab it. 
Hope you all have a wonderful Holiday and a blessed New Year !

Saturday, December 22, 2018

Waiting for Santa

Hi there!  It's Kim from Katydid Cards.  This is my last post for Miss Kate Cuttables.  After two and a half years of enjoying being a design team member for Miss Kate, I have decided to step down.  But I will still be sure to continue to get my Freebie of the Day and I encourage you to do the same.
And I'll see you on the Galleria as I will definitely be following to see what the design team and you fans create each month.

For my card today, I used several Miss Kate SVG files; Waiting for Santa and Dog as well as various patterned papers from the Winter Woodland Digital Collection.  As you can see, this cute little pup is waiting for Santa to come to fill his stocking with lots of goodies.

I wanted to turn this into an easel card, so I cut the base to accommodate I thought it would be fun to put a battery operated tealight candle behind the fire, so I cut a piece of vellum to fit.  As the area above the mantle looked a bit sparse, I filled a gold bowl with Poinsettia brads from Eyelet Outlet and added a candle embellishment on the right accented with another EO brad, Holly.

Here's another look from the side.  I didn't take a picture of it, but if you know about easel cards, you know this lies flat for mailing...such a cool idea!

I couldn't get the best picture of it, though I took dozens, here's the card with the tealight behind it.

As this is the end of an era, so to speak.  I took a trip down memory lane, looking at all the cards I've made using Miss Kate's files.  Some are among my favorites.  Here's a link if you want to look, too.

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Jen's Crafty Place with a Winter Spinner Card

HI!! Jenny from Jen's Crafty Place! I have a great interactive card today. It is a spinner card! I used some great files from Miss Kate Cuttables.  Before we get into the project, don't forget to get the FREEBIE of the day!!  Now on to the project!!


I used the "Christmas Penguin" file to cut the penguin two times. I flipped the one penguin horizontal. Then I used the Swirl Snowflakes Digi Paper to make a piece of paper to fit the front of my card. I sized it 1/4 inch smaller then my A2 card. My digi paper finished size is 4 x 5.25 inch.

I designed my card all on my Cameo 3 by Silhouette.  I made my penguins about 2.5 inches tall and made my hole circle larger, about 3 inches in diameter so the penguin can spin freely. I placed them all on my digital mat and cut all the images at once.

I laid a piece of clear thread across the hole and taped it very securely with scotch tape. Then I placed the thread between the two penguins and glued them to each other. Lastly, I added the digital paper on top and my card was finished. For the sentiment I used, " Winter Word Titles". 

I didn't like the cut I got with the snowflakes on the sentiment so I had to hand trim them off. I also hand trimmed the white border. I cut the words at a length of 4 inches so the snowflakes were too tiny to have all the details in the snowflakes cut properly. If your cutter is up for the challenge, then leave them on. It is your choice!! I also added some Wink of Stella to the letters for a glistening effect. I used foam adhesive to pop up the sentiment when I was finished.

That is all I have for today! Thanks for joining me and don't forget to sign up for my newsletter!