Cut file for a greenery frame

As You See It: Color Challenge

Jennifer McGuire did a new twist on gate folds and I wanted to try it. I did not have the frame with greenery die so I made one with my Silhouette. Cut it three times in white layering weight cs then glued them together. Sponged stacked rock stencil on gate folded white cs with green ink then glued top half of frame to that. Glued tag with inked dots and sentiment to bottom half of gate fold base then added green leaves so they hang over the top.

Make your own

If you don’t have a scan and cut or you just want this file in an SVG please email me and I will email you my file.

Tip: I found when using Gina K Connect glue it worked much better if I put the glue in dots on the face of the bottom frame and stacked going up. It was much easier to align and shift. For some odd reason, if the glue was on the back of the top piece and I tried to lay it on the next in the stack down, the paper wanted to warp and was hard to shift for alignment.

6 thoughts on “Cut file for a greenery frame”

  1. Great job on creating your own! I would like to get the file from you in svg (Silhouette?). Thanks for the tip on the stacking, too. So weird about the glue, but good to know.

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  2. Lovely job on the gate fold card, Bonnie! I like the stonework stencil peeking through! Thanks for playing along with our colour challenge at As You See It Challenges.

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  3. WOW! The silhouette frame is stunning. The stencil underneath gives such a nice natural feel to the card. I like the subtle way you’ve used the Calypso Coral and Daffodil delight to bring out the beauty of the white and green. Thank you for joining in with us at As You See It Challenge this week.

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  4. Wow this is amazing! I don’t have a digital cutting machine, but if I did, I would want to make one of these too! Gorgeous! Thanks for playing with us this week at As You See It!

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  5. What a wonderful creation using your machine. You always come up with something different and then you always share it. Very generous is what you are. I like the colours here too.

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