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Free SVG File – 05.01.17 – 2017 Card and Envelope


Make this quick and easy card for a graduate this year - it's sized just right to hold cash or a personal check.

Use shiny paper for extra "pop!" This one's for a special lady graduating this month from Valparaiso University. So proud ...

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New Free Gift - Garden Party Box Cards SVG Kit - $6.99 Value - Expired

SVG Kit Description
Make easy-peasy wow-factor box cards! Each one folds flat to fit inside its custom envelope and pops up to look amazing!! You'll be shocked how easy they are to make, if you've never tried them! :)
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Patterned paper shown is the Tealightful Collection by Pebbles, Inc. The stamps ...

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"What kind of card stock is best for SVGCuts projects?"

New to paper crafting, or just curious? Wondering what kind of card stock is best for SVGCuts projects? I get this question regularly, so you’re not alone! :)

I’ve been making loads of dimensional paper crafts here at SVGCuts for over eight years now, and a few products have become staples in my craft room.

You can really use just about any paper you’d like for projects, although paper that’s about “80 ...

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Design Inspiration - Baby Shower Umbrella Bag & Tool Giveaway

Happy Monday!!

A few months back, I released a collection of five gift bags for Easter/Spring, and so many of you commented, saying how cute the Umbrella Bag would be for a baby shower/gift.

It's actually one of our most-liked photos of all-time on Instagram!

So when I made my second Umbrella Bag on YouTube, I cut the panels out ...

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Lighthouse and Keeper's Quarters - A Closer Look

Hi Crafty Friends!

Today I was putting my Lighthouse project on display for the Summer in my craft studio, and I thought it would be fun to take some new pictures of it! Especially to get some more close-up shots of it so that you can get a better look at it!

It's one of my all-time favorite projects. :)...

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