Celebrate SVG File

I had to do some Paper Yoga to CELEBRATE! my winning of a Gypsy from Nicole at the The Pixel Boutique.
Thanks again, Nicole! Thanks again Provo Craft!

Nicole does some beautiful blog designs at reasonable prices - The Pixel Boutique - and she always seems to be giving something away on one of her blogs. I also bought a new cartridge (Destinations) for my Gypsy to celebrate some more!

The idea for this card came from a silkscreen print by pop artist Romero Britto.
I used fluorescent neon yellow card stock for the wine bottle label and words. The yellow color really POPS when surrounded by the black outline. Purple card stock was used for the wine and heart.

Use white 8-1/2" x 11" card stock folded in half for the base card. Cut all of your pieces, spray the back side of the black outline with spray glue, and then attach the yellow wine label to the back. Next, attach the purple wine to the back, as well as the purple flower. Attach this entire assembled piece to the white card stock and then attach the yellow words and yellow flower center to the front. Finally, attach the two black circles (that surround the flower centers) to the front. Finished card size is 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" and will fit into a standard 5-3/4" x 8-3/4" greeting card envelope.

Three SVG files included (purple, yellow and black) provided and can be downloaded below. The SVG files can be cut using the Sure Cuts A Lot software and a Cricut® cutting machine.



Get an email message whenever a new design or SVG file is posted!

Enter your email address:

Quick Links

14 all web site design

Silhouette Top 40
Sure Cuts A Lot Top 40
Sure Cuts A Lot Top 50
Creative Commons

This work by Paper Yoga™ is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial Share Alike 3.0 United States License. You are welcome to download any original SVG files on this blog for personal use, but please do not use them for sale or profit. If you post a project using any of these files to any web site, blog or any other digital or printed media, please provide credit and a link to this blog.

From the Archives