A Freebie that is Cute as a button!

Well, my goodness it has been a while since I gave a away a free template! I had the design itch the other night and came up with this:

Library card: Linbdsay's stamp Stuff, Rubber stamps, Pink Persimmion (buttons), SU! (words),  Technique Tuesday (Stitches), Paper: DCWV, K&Co., Punch: Marths Stewart

Library card: Lindsay's stamp Stuff, Rubber stamps, Pink Persimmon (buttons), SU! (words), Technique Tuesday (Stitches), Paper: DCWV, K&Co., Punch: Martha Stewart

I made the bracket edge card in PSP and save it as a .jpg file then opened up my handy-dandy Sure Cuts a Lot 2 clicked the “trace” button and poof! saved it as an svg! I imported in to the original scal just to be sure it would cut there too and, good news, it does!Here is the scalloped bracket edge card:

Scallop Bracket-Edge card, download links below ;)

Scallop Bracket-Edge card, download links below 😉

I used brand new paper from DCWV (it’s from the Be Mine and the Mod Retro stacks) The Library Card is one of my Lindsay’s Stamp Stuff digital stamps (only a dollar folks!) and the cute buttons are brand new from Pink Persimmon! This next card is a bit simpler, I used the regular bracket edge card template:

Regilar Bracket-Edge card, download link below ;) Makes a great minialbum too!

Regilar Bracket-Edge card, download link below 😉 Makes a great minialbum too!

And this one was the easiest! I simply stamped my image and embossed it with white EP on brown card and trimmed it into a circle, hot glued a flower on a 4 1/2″ card, hot glued my stamped panel then hot glued vintage buttons all around. I also used pink metallic rub ons (remember that shiny paste from back in the day) to give the edges of my card and the embossed circle a bit of shabby bling!

This only took minutes to make!

This only took minutes to make!

Here are the download links:

For a printable template click here. Both scallop and strait edge are on this template.

For the regular bracket-edge card svg template that you can cut with you Cricut if you have SCAL software click here.

For the scalloped bracket edge svg template that you can cut with you Cricut if you have SCAL software click here.

I hope you like this freebie! It is very versatile, in fact, I have used this template to make a mini album that I will share with you in a few days 😉 Thanks for stopping by and till next time happy crafting!

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24 Responses

  1. WOW! This is great! Thanks so much for sharing these.

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  2. Beautiful!!

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  3. These cards are sooo cute! Thanks for the frreeebies!

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  4. Oh Lindsay…FANTASTIC job girl!!! I LOVE it!!!

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  5. Really beautiful cards! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. So cute! I love the shabby chic look! Thanks for the freebies!

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  7. Lindsay, great!
    I love the paper, it’s very nice. The scallopeds also beautiful.
    Is this a stamp with “happy birthday”?
    And thanks for the template.

    greetings from germany
    die hippe

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    • Hi Hippe,
      The “Happy Birthday” is from a stampin up set called Birthday Whimsy and it was a saleabration set from 2008, it’s cute and I use it all the time and I bet you could get it cheap on ebay or splitcoast stampers because it is discontinued;)

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  8. you are so talented. thanks for your kindness in sharing!

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  9. thanks so much for sharing ,love the cards and wish there were more svg files for cards as i am not creative.
    Ann

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    • Hi Ann, Take a peek around this blog and you will find more free files. Type “free svg files” in the search box on this blog and you find enough to keep you busy for a while LOL! as for not being creative I don’t believe it for a second 😉 And the cool thing about creativity the more you use it the more you will have!

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  10. Thanks, I need to get working on my SCAL cutting again, but I’ve having too much fun with digital images.

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  11. i love it! your creations are beautiful.

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  12. Lovely cards- thank you so much for the files!

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  13. […] edge card ( you can download a printable version or SVG versions to cut with your cricut from yesterday’s post) with my cricut and scal software and cut each layer a bit shorter than the last. I used my deep […]

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  14. thanks for another great freebie!!!! now i just need to remember to use it LOL

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  15. Very nice. Thanks 🙂

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  16. LIndsay this is BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!

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  17. I Love your card!! Thank you for the Beautiful free file ! 🙂

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  18. Fabulous cards, as always!

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  19. Love! Love! Love! These cards cut files. You are an angel for sharing them. I need to spend some time checking out your blog. I bet you have a lot of goodness here.

    Again, great job and many thanks for sharing them.

    Sandi N.

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  20. Awesome Lindsay – thank you!

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  21. So beautiful! I love your creations and thank you for sharing. Have a good day!

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  22. […] the card base, I used Riding Hood Red CS shaped with fabulous SVG freebie from Lindsay (I’m borrowing my Mom’s little Cricut for a while so I had to create something). […]

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