This month over at Two Peas I am sharing ideas on implementing DigiKit Download Die Cut files and designs into your paper crafting. The best thing about these types of download files, in my opinion, is that they work with most, if not all, of the digital die cut machines out there. That is awesome. These fabulous designs aren't limited to just one craft cutter. I am all about everyone getting using the same designs. :)
Check out the class over at 2Peas HERE.
Since this is a 2peas sponsored free class, I used only 2peas DigiKits on my layout. There are 9 die cuts on this layout all utilizing DigiKits. Nine. Don't you love making your own die cuts? I do. Fun!
I mixed and matched from different kits, too. The possibilities are endless.
Click HERE for the pdf for this class.
Paper: Wicked! Junior Paper by American Crafts (used side "B" the for red in rainbow); Let's Trade Varnish Junior Paper by American Crafts (used side "B" the yellow in background of sun); Defense! Varnish Junior Paper by American Crafts (orange in rainbow); Howdy Everyday Paper by American Crafts (cloud background); Basics White 6x6 Paper Pad by Basic Grey; Basics Kraft 6x6 Paper Pad by Basic Grey; Kraft Cardstock by Bazzill; White AC Cardstock Pack by Americn Crafts; Neutrals AC Cardstock Pack by American Crafts
DigiKit Die Cut Kits: Borderlines Set 5 by Laina Lamb; Sunshine Kit by Laina Lamb; Project Cuts Multi-Opening Frames; Card Words: Love Designer Cuts by Kristina Werner; Journaling Shapes 1 Designer Cuts by Kristina Werner
Inks: Black Memories Dye Ink Pad; Stampin' Up Ink Pads in Crushed Curry, Riding Hood Red & Pacific Point
Embellishments: Sugar Rush Woolies by BasicGrey; Dear Lizzy Smiley Flair Adhesive Badges by American Crafts; Corduroy Button by Stampin' Up, Brads by Making Memories
Want to see what else you can do with downloadable Digi Die Cut Kits?
Check out my good friend, and die cutter extraordinaire, Kerri Bradford's Blog HERE.
She is offering a brand spankin' new die cut kit for purchase on her blog and is going to be offering more weekly (or almost weekly)! ;) I love this girl. She is ultra talented and I find myself gravitating towards her amazing designs all the time.
And, the best news is that these are not Silhouette specific downloads. You can use her die cuts with the Cricut, Wishblade, Gazelle and others. If your digital die cutter can read a GSD/SVG/DXF/PNG/JPG (those last 2 are for digi girls) than you are in luck! Isn't that awesome?!!!!
I loved the kit so much that I immediately set to work and created this layout with it:
Not only did I incorporate Kerri's die cut designs on my page (pocket, journaling notebook page P&C, Title) but I also used the first sketch from my good friend Kelly Purkey's Sketchbook 2 class for my design. I like getting the most from my scrapbook time. ;)
Remember THIS post from a couple of week's ago where I mentioned using the Dear Lizzy fabric papers + Big Shot Steel Rule dies? I used the Stampin' Up Butterflies to die cut the butterfly accents on my page. I adore that steel rule dies will go through thicker mediums like fabric or fabric paper. :)
Paper: Signed Letterbox Paper Series Glitter Finish by American Crafts; Sir Letterbox Paper Series by American Crafts; Letterbox Paper Pack by American Crafts; Magnolia Morning Fabric Finish Dear Lizzy Collection Paper by American Crafts; Swallowtail Social Dear LIzzy Collection Paper by American Crafts; Blissful Bunny Dear Lizzy Collection Paper by American Crafts (brown solid background); Kraft Paper by Making Memories; Vellum
Inks: Creme Brulee Ink by CTMH; Worn Lipstick Distress Ink by Tim Holtz
Embellishments: Butter Rose 1 Yd Dear Lizzy Ribbon by American Crafts; Berry Sorbet Buttons by PTI; Photo Turn by CTMH; Mini Clips by Tim Holtz; Gracious Card Ribbon by American Crafts; MM Sticker; Elegant Mini Jewel Brads by American Crafts
Have a happy day!