Friday, August 31, 2018

July & August Fan Projects

Thanks to everyone who created projects using Miss Kate Cuttables files and papers!

Here are the creations from July & August!

Card by Gail-Castle Scott - check out Gail's Blog Here

T-shirt by Becky Foster

Cards by Janis Lewis - Here's Janis' Blog!

Card by Gloria Dasher

Card by Alicia Bryant - Check out her blog!

Treat Bags by Georgiana Carson - more details on her blog!

Painting by Carrie Gannott

Centerpiece by Alita Hebert

Seasonal Frame by Heidi McGary

Scrapbook Layout by Melinda Hammer

Scrapbook Layout by Debbie Roberts

Scrapbook Layout by Brenda Leskow

School decorations by Emily St Claire - more decorations on the Galleria Facebook page!

Mini Album also by Emily

Fall cutout by Anna Ely

Fall Envelope by Gail Castle-Scott

Door Decor by Diane Paulina

Thanks again to everyone who shared their projects on the Miss Kate Cuttables Galleria Facebook Page!

Sunday, August 26, 2018

Sweet as Honey !

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 love the cute bee svg files that Miss Kate Cuttables has. ..And she has quite a lot of them! (Lucky for me!)

Here is the bee that I used for my card. 

My bee was cut using my Cricut Explore Air machine.  Super simple to glue all the parts together too!  I elevated her using some foam tape onto my background paper.  My base was a Recollections card base with matching envelope.  My sentiment is from CardzTV stamps. I love Mary's stamps too. (I think CardzTV stamps were made with Miss Kate Cuttables in mind...!)

Hope you all have a great start to the new week. Thanks for checking out this post and feel free to visit me at:


Saturday, August 25, 2018


Hi there!  It's Kim from Katydid Cards with you today!

I'm getting a jump on making holiday cards thanks to Miss Kate.  Speaking of which, don't forget to pick up your Freebie of the Day at the store.  Lots of great Autumn cut files and printables are coming out every day.

For my card today, I used the Fall Words cut file and the Autumn Digital Collection.

I made a simple card base, sized to fit in a business envelope.  Using an internal offset in my Silhouette, I created two mats.  The larger is cut from Copper Foil Paper from Stampin' Up.  In addition to the mat, I cut the word grateful.  The smaller is a print and cut from which grateful is cut.
I attached both to the card base and inserted the copper piece in the opening.  I was careful to save the interior pieces from the g, a, e, f, and l so I could place them back in the word.

Before I attached the patterned panel, I wrapped it with Copper Thread from Stampin' Up.  As a final touch, I added wooden embellishments also from Stampin' Up (now retired) which I colored with a Copper Leaf Pen.

I opted to leave the inside of the card blank for now as I'm undecided about whether I want to use this as a Thanksgiving or a thank you card.  I'm grateful for both...and I'm grateful you came for a visit!

Thursday, August 23, 2018

Popsicle Fun with Jenny from Jen's Crafty Place

Hi!! Jenny from Jen's Crafty Place here with today's post. I decided to make a fun summer card set. I love these popsicles from Miss Kate Cuttables! Stay tuned to see how I made these cuties!!

 Before we get into the project, don't forget to head over to Miss Kate Cuttables for the DAILY FREEBIE!  On to the project!!

You can find the designs I used HERE. The file is called "Popsicle Set" but if you don't find one you like in this set you can find more popsicles HERE.

I cut out all my popsicles and glued the layers together and then added a layer of crystal effects over the popsicle parts. I set these aside to dry.

I made some simple backgrounds for these cards since I wanted the main focus on the popsicles. The green card is using a simple dot die cut which I cut out of white and layered over some light green cardstock and mounted on an A2 card base.

For the orange popsicle background I used a dotted embossing folder with white paper and mounted it on an orange A2 card base.

I wanted a simple sentiment that would not take away from my popsicle image. I chose a simple "SWEET" word from "Valentine Word Set". After I cut the word out of black I glued it on the card front. For the green card, I added some glitter pen for some shine.

For the orange one I added some crystal effects over the word "Sweet" to do something different. After I added the dried popsicles to my cards I was finished with these two "sweet" cards! I can use them for a: Thinking of you, Birthday, Summer hello, Graduation card, or a Thank you card. This is a great card to add to your stash for when you need a card in a hurry.


Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Jungle Theme Name

Hello Everyone This is 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

I used some of the ZooAnimals that Miss Kate Cuttables has HERE

I made this cute name for my cousins baby shower (she hasn't seen it yet) but I was so excited to share it

It was so fun using the zoo animals for this project and can't wait to make so more decor with them .

I used animal theme papers from Hobby Lobby and the Chipboard letters also from Hobby Lobby.

This was a fun project 😊

Thanks for stopping by


Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Dive In

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!!

It's summertime! And what could be more fun than this?

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, August 20, 2018

Back to School Layout

Before we jump into my project check out this amazzzzing Freebie of the day!
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My boys are starting back to school today and I have a layout to share!
(These are pics from 2017.) I'm pretty caught up on scrapping but not that caught up :)

I used the Miss Kate Cuttables Apple on Books SVG. I only used two of the books for my layout. I added their names and grades to the books with the pen tool on my Cameo.

I used the Miss Kate Cuttables Paper for my project! The papers are AMAZING!

I used a Close to my Heart Flip Flap to add the Back to School Chalkboard.
I also added some photos to back of panel.

Thanks for stopping by today! 
If you have kiddos going back to school make sure to get those photos out to scrap their special day!
Stop by my blog to check out more of my projects.

Monday, August 13, 2018


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

August  Challenge is "Anything Goes ".

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.