Monday, February 13, 2012

Another Heart Design

Happy Monday!  It was a busy weekend and I have lots to share but I need a little time to catch up.  I'll be back later today or tomorrow with a few organizing ideas with some items I found at IKEA.

I hope you remembered to take your 12 on the 12th photos - if you didn't, go ahead and take them on the 13th - I won't tell on you!  I posted photos from our day late last night so there will be two items in the morning email if you are a subscriber. 

I did another quick test cut of a heart fold and tuck design.  These incire patterns are fascinating me and I keep trying variations.  I'll try to get my directions for creating these files posted in the next couple of days - I might even do a video if you think that would help.  I used the Silhouette Studio software to make the designs. 

I hope you had a nice weekend.  Are you doing something special for Valentine's Day tomorrow?

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  1. Love this! Can't wait to see how you made it. We don't have any plans for tomorrow. My hubby and I will stay home and spend time together.

  2. This is so pretty - I will def watch a tutorial! I will be having my annual physical on the 14th :-) Fun, huh? Usually DH and I have a wonderful Filet dinner at home, but he might make it vegetables if my cholesterol is too high!!

  3. Wow this is amazing and I would love to watch you make it.

  4. First of all, I really enjoyed looking at your pictures and reading you comments about them and, secondly I, too, would like to see a tutorial. I learn best by seeing. We are going out for Mexican food's my favorite!

  5. I love this design! The heart fold and tuck is a new technique for me. No plans for hubby & I for Valentines' Day at this point, but we're flexible! lol. TFS.

  6. I love these heart designs - and the more I see of the silhouette, the more I am drooling over it. Just what I need - more toys...

    Also, I'd love for you to do a question one time on organizing ribbon. I'm not talking 20 spools - I'm talking hundreds, as I just inherited my grandmother's stash (and I was already a collector). There has got to be a good way to find what is there... some tiny pieces, some rolls, some bolts, ... and then there are the 8 to 10 boxes of lace. I think I have enough for me and 10 of my closest friends for the rest of our lives. I know it's a good problem - but I cannot figure out how to organize them.

  7. My DH and I went to a benefit prime rib dinner last night at our church for Relay for LIfe....Awesome food and entertainment ans all for a good cause :^)

    I would love to see a tutorial on this. I have been trying to figure out how to do it in luck so far, but I am a complete newbie lol

  8. Diane
    These incire hearts are intriquing.
    Any chance of an svg??
    I am with Debbie (from Sugar Land) on what to do with all the lace and ribbon. Mine is lace more so than ribbon.
    I would also like to know how to use it up on cards.

  9. Love your heart design and can't wait to see what you found at Ikea!!! :)

    partridgelu at yahoo dot com

  10. I really loved your photos of the historic hall. You are getting so good with your editing.

  11. terrific design. can't wait to see how you did this. i just got a cameo not long ago so i'm interested in learning anything i can about how to use it.

  12. LOLJeepers DI, I'm amazed U still have the energy 2 make all these things considering how busy u were w/Ur box's, "makin'the hit"AND dealin'w/ur illness(?) R U Fellin better Yet? As a Novice I too am wondering HOW DID, just as the others. Oh By By I did learn 'HOW-2 down-load,save,open digi stamps
    on U-Tube.WOW-ZA they've lots of informative lessions. I didn't actually do one yet. Ive a question for all of Ur followers & U 2, IS there any reason why the u-tube tutorials by folks like u-all(blogger) couldn't be trused??
    Anyway if anyone has any other suggestion sure would love to hear of some, or concerns.

  13. Wow! You are so talented! Hugs, antonella :-)

  14. Listen Debbie of Sugarland. You may want to try that new Ribbon
    lazy-susie, I've seen it on so many Blogs now. Also there are the Box's w/the holes, And the Key-Ring
    w/the tags, Then there the Tension
    Rod on a shelf. As far as Lace goes
    the best way is to RE-Wrap it a straw-wrapper. to keep the lace frm getting dirty/or fm getting shelf worn. I learned to snip a piece, w/a full design 1/4 or 1/8 staple it on a long cardthen on the side list where you put it(i.e. in what clear shoe box AND (where u purchased it price and Amt of material U have)
    hope this helps.I'm sure others have more better ideas<(^o*)>

  15. wow wow ...I can see you have the juices flowing..and I'm excited to see what you have in store for us..i would luv a video..and to see the pics....don't over do it,,,don't want a relapse to happen


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