Friday, September 8, 2017

Happy Birthday Scan and Cut Freebie and Storage Idea

Over the holiday weekend, Steve and I worked on our basement converting it into office, sewing and studio space.  My studio is pretty much set up, new lighting is going up as I type. Counter tops are on the way for new work surfaces.  In the mean time, I've started teaching Sunday School and working in Women's Ministries, and one of my favorite things to do- be the church card lady! Which means I need to have lots of cards for all kinds of occasions.  I also hope to start teaching classes (for profit) and out reach (for ministry) very soon.  Keeping all the balls up in the air requires some forethought and organization. Hence I bought a Scan and Cut and I love it! Today I have a Happy birthday sentiment sheet as a freebie for you.  You can use an electronic cutter or fussy cut, which ever you prefer.
I'll show you the cards first: Remember, I don't have my lighting up yet!

My card with no sentiment, I do that alot - I can decide when I get ready to mail it.  Having sentiments on hand make this easy!



With the sentiment


Digital butterfly and background by Graciellie Designs and Spectrum Noir coloring


Here is how I plan to store my sentiments.
I purchased this a the local Lowes for $19.95


I will probably pick up another one.  One for sentiments and one for Bible verses


  This is for a standard 8.5x11 sheet of cardstock
I like this font, I think it will work with a lot of styles of cards.
I printed this on Heavenly White 80#
My scan and cut blade is on 3 with zero pressure




And here is the sheet, you can right click and save.

I hope you find this helpful in your card making!
Thanks for stopping by!
Ginny M




4 comments:

  1. What a great price for a great storage system Ginny!! Thanks for the freebie.
    The frame on the card is so well coloured I thought first glance it was a chipboard frame!
    Blessings
    Maxine

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