Decorated bag using a sketch
Here I am again, Joanna Wright from ilove2cutpaper.blogspot.com, as guest designer at Kricut Krazy using my Pazzles Inspiration.
This week I decided to decorate my 1st paper bag using some new cutting files available on my blog.
During the summer holidays my kids are taking priority in the entertainment stakes so crafting is limited!
So, I decided to use a sketch to help me.......
by Clean & Simple #149
As this was the 1st sketch that I have followed, I wanted to try and keep to it, as close as possible.
I made my own jagged border in my Pazzles Studio Pro software using Tools, found in the Colour menu.....I was quite pleased how it turned out.
The decorative circle in the centre of the bag is from a cutting file set available in ai, dxf, eps, gsd, jpg, pdf and svg file formats available on my blog.
Please take a peep at my blog for more details and photos and were you can see links to the cutting files I have used http://ilove2cutpaper.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/recently-released-floral-stationery-cut.html
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I know this is short and sweet, but I hope it was of interest to you!
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