Friday, June 29, 2018

June Fan Projects

Hello - we're into full swing summer mode now and hope yours is going great so far. This is Amy McCabe and I'm sharing the fabulous June Fan Projects today.

Here's a mermaid card by Christy Baker:

Spaceship and How Tweet of You card by Georgiana Carson:

Tropical Card by Julieta Martina Flores

Here's a scrapbook layout by Joyce Mullins Groom:

Thanks to our creative contributors!
Please share your projects on the Miss Kate Cuttables Galleria Facebook page!

Guest Designer Beckie Williams

Good Morning
I am so honored to be a
Guest Designer here at
Miss Kate's Cuttables.
I am Beckie from

Today I am featuring the
Sea Turtle file!

I used my Cricut Explorer to cut out the pieces. 
So easy to put together!! 
Thank you everyone for visiting
Have a Great Day!

Sunday, June 24, 2018

Whale what do you know ?!

Hello everyone! Georgia here with my monthly post at Miss Kate Cuttables. First I want to say how much fun I have working with the awesome SVG files that you can find at MKC. I can always find some great SVG to create with. Miss Kate Cuttables gives away a freebie every Monday to Friday with the Friday one staying up all weekend so be sure to grab it!

I found a great tutorial on YouTube ( no foam in-between layers so it is flat to mail) . I needed a baby card and thought I would try this tutorial. I stamped my sentiment on the inside of the card so you can see it through the front of the card.  I used some sequins that I sandwiched between the acetate layers. My sweet whale and starfish can be found at the shop under the Beach/Ocean/Tropical area and were printed and cut out on my Cricut Explore Air.

Whale...what do you know?
A New Baby !

I also want to remind you that Miss Kate Cuttables has a monthly challenge with a new theme each month for you to join in.
June's Challenge is "Sea Creatures".

The requirements for the challenge are to follow the theme of the month and use a Miss Kate Cuttables' file in your creation, including any/all freebies you have.

The challenge runs from the 2nd through 4th Tuesday of each month. Winners announced on the Friday following the end of the challenge .
Have a great week everyone!

Saturday, June 23, 2018

July 4th Pop-Out Card

Hello everyone!  It's Kim from Katydid Cards with you today.

With the 4th of July is right around the corner, I thought I'd make a card in honor of the occasion.  Before I share it with you, I want to remind you to pick up your Freebie of the Day at Miss Kate Cuttables.

For my card, I picked the July 4th Title just to show you this doesn't have to be reserved for scrapbook pages only.  It worked perfectly on my card:

I call this card fold a Pop-Out card, though I'm really not sure of its official name.  Whatever you call it, I like that it takes no more cardstock than a standard A2 card, but its unique fold is a nice surprise for the recipient.  The card base is a cut file purchased in the Silhouette Store...did you know Miss Kate's files are available there as well?

Miss Kate has lots of digital (and now physical) paper collections to make their files.  I used a pattern from the Summer Fun Basics Collection.

I created a print and cut from the title.  The word July was cut out separately and applied it atop the printed word.  Next, I added a heavy coating of Glossy Accents.  Since I had the Glossy Accents in my hand, I went ahead and added a dollop to each of the red circles on the digital paper as well.

I had a Wink of Stella brush in my hand to add to the fireworks but stopped myself as I worried it might be too much.  Then again, I love too much on my cards, so I just might go back and add it. ;-)

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Roller Skate Card

Hi, Jenny from Jen's Crafty Place here to show you a very quick but fun card for any occasion. I actually used these cards for an invitation to a roller skating party but you can use it for anything. A fun birthday card for a child, a "let's roll" card to invite someone to a night out, a memory card for when you used to go roller skating, or just a fun card to say hi to a active person!

Before we get into the card instructions, don't forget to "roll" over to Miss Kate Cuttables for their daily freebie!!

First off, buy your set of skates! You can make male or female skates! I cut the female ones out with my Silhouette Cameo 3. I just layered all the pieces together and glued them with craft glue. Nothing special or hard to do.

I just did a simple card base of pink with some glitter paper to mimic the "disco balls" we used to skate too in the old days and I see they still use them today!!
I taped the back skate down with tape and used some foam adhesive to pop up the top skate to add some layers and to add movement I tilted the skate a bit to look like it is in motion.
I added some tiny decorative dots in the corner and this card is done!!

I love this card! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Thanks for stopping by!

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Dragon Birthday Banner

Hello Everyone!  Its Rebecca from Rebecca Ann Designs

Did you know that Miss Kate Cuttables gives away a FREE file everyday?

Click here to get your FREE file

 This month I used the Dragon File which you can find HERE

I love making banners for all Occasions and when someone asked me to make a Dragon banner for their little boys 3rd birthday I knew that Miss Kate Cuttables had the perfect file for it.

I used Purple, Green, Blue and White for the colors of the Banner! 
I think it turned out perfect!

It was so fun to make and I received a message from the mom saying they loved it.

Happy Scrapin'


Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Congrats Grad Card

Hello my crafty friends!!

It's Connie Can Crop here and my day to post with  Miss Kate Cuttables!  

But first, did you know that Miss Kate Cuttables gives away a free file every day?
YES, absolutely FREE. So what are you waiting for, head over there and get your free file now!!

My niece in Colorado graduated this May and I wanted to send her a special card since I couldn't be there.

I used a Miss Kate file along with a stamped image to create the perfect card for her.

 Don't be afraid to mix layered pieced die cuts with your stamps! The end result is adorable!

Files Used:

I can't thank you enough for checking out my project. It means the world to me and I hope you truly enjoyed it. May it inspire you to create something wonderful!   Scrappy Hugs!

Monday, June 18, 2018

Take A Hike!

Hello ~ It's Amy and I'm sharing on the Blog today!


As my son is getting older, he's taking on more responsibilities within his Boy Scout Troop. It's so fun to watch as he takes on leadership roles and helps the younger scouts.

The troop was going working on their Hiking Merit badge and my son Will was in charge of finding the location and making the arrangements.  They even called it the "Will McCabe Hike" :)

I created a 2 page scrapbook layout to capture the memories...


How perfect are those files?

Here's the title

Love the Hiking Boots! (also love the photo of the leader and my son looking at the map)

I added the compass as an element - I thought it balanced out the circle on the right page nicely.

Thanks for stopping by today to check out my project!

Friday, June 15, 2018

Guset Designer- Alicia O'Bryant

Good morning, I am so excited to be today's Miss Kate Cuttables Guest Designer!  There were so many fantastic images with which to work.  It was hard to decide but I always have tons of camping pics, so this great title and the Camping borders were perfect for my many pages.  Really the arrows are so versatile, I am thinking pages of my nephew or masculine greeting cards.

I love how detailed the title is, of course, one could leave off any layers but I chose to use every one.  I also chalk all my edges to give the layers the appearance of even more dimension.

All the printed papers are from the same collection, however they are a bit different so I used the tree border to provide a cohesiveness to my pages.  The tree border is two layers, one in brown for the trunk and a green print for the foliage.

On the second page I utilized scrap paper to create embellishments which I added on top of another arrow border.  I simply fussy cut and added pop dots to the back.  I cut the same border twice in two different papers then off set them on the page. 

I added some of the extra tree cuts from the title in a cluster here.  I also had these adorable camping brads.  As you can see this was a pretty wet camp out and I don't have many great pics.

Miss Kate Cuttables Camping borders and Camping fun title
GCD The Great Outdoors papers
misc papers including shimmer

Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope I have provided some inspiration for you.  Don't forget to check out my blog for more Miss Kate Cuttables projects.


Monday, June 11, 2018

It's time for a new challenge over on the Miss Kate's Facebook Group.

May's Challenge is "Sea Creatures".

The requirements for the challenge is to follow the theme of the month and use a Miss Kate Cuttables' file in your creation, including any/all freebies you have.

The challenge will run from the second Tuesday through the 4th Tuesday of each month.  Winners will be announced, in the group, Friday of challenge end week.

The DT has created some wonderful things to get your creative juices flowing.



Be sure to visit each of the DT's blogs to find out all the details of their creations.  And when you get your craft on, join us in the Facebook group and show us your creation.

Saturday, June 9, 2018

Keep your FIN Up!

Hi there, it's Sherri from The Squeaky Scrapper with your inspiration post today!

Did you grab your freebie file?  If not, you can do that Here!.
I made a card today using the Fish file that came out the other day.  You can currently find it in the $.50 section along with some other really cute sea animals.

 Here's what I did with her (I think she looks like a "her") ~

Thanks for stopping by today.  I'd love it if you'd stop on over to my blog at The Squeaky Scrapper and say hello.