Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Happy Thanksgiving Card - SVG Cuts

 Happy Halloween! I love Halloween but my favorite holiday is Thanksgiving.  
All of my family comes over and we stuff ourselves and then watch football all day! 
What good be better?

I have a pretty Thanksgiving project to show you that I made with files from SVG Cuts.
I used the wreath card from the Christmas Cheer SVG Kit to make a beautiful fall wreath. 
I sized the card base at 5.375"h x 10.75"w.
I cut 20 (1.75"h x 1.840"w) maple leaves from the Caramel Apple Pie SVG Kit in 4 different colors of cardstock.  I cut the bottom layer only and then embossed with with a bunch of different folders. 
To make sure my wreath stayed nice and round....I drew two circles with the shape tool in Silhouette Studio...one at 4" and one at 2.75" and centered them on top of each other to create a donut shape.  
I glued all my leaves down to this before adhering to the card front. 

The cornucopia is from the newly release Happy Thanks SVG Kit from SVG Cuts.
I cut it exactly as sized and added some brown box pleat ribbon to trim out the edge.
You could fill this with candy and give it as a treat box or use it as a decoration.  It's so pretty and easy to assemble. 

Thanks for stopping by!





9 comments:

  1. this is amazing i love it.
    rosey, nyc

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  2. what size leaves? beautiful by the way

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  3. Love these Corri! I bought that file too!

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  4. This is so pretty and perfect for Thanksgiving!
    Great job!
    Teresa
    www.createenjoyshare.blogspot.com

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  5. awesome card

    rosiemini@gmail.com
    www.scraplovingminis.blogspot.com

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  6. Saw this on your FB page and really love the way that it turned out.

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  7. Wow! I love these ideas!! Especially the beautiful colors of the embossed leaves!

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  8. Great card! I love your ideas, so fresh, unique and very creative. That will surely make a perfect and pretty Thanksgiving greetings for thanksgiving day! thanks for sharing!

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