The Zebra Note Card has become such a popular download that I decided to make the tiger image from the Scrap Coloring web site (RIP) into a cutting file also. The illustration was done by Stephane at Scrap Coloring and is derived from a photograph of a Malayan Tiger by B cool on Wikipedia.
Someone on the Cricut Message Boards cut the Zebra SVG from vinyl and used it to make a "skin" for their laptop computer. This tiger image would also look great on a laptop (for a black laptop, use white vinyl and weed away the border and interior sections as one piece).
Start with 8-1/2" x 11" bright green card stock folded in half. Cut the tiger from black card stock and spray the back side with spray glue. Cut the tiger background shape from white card stock and adhere to the back of the tiger cut. Cut the square from bright green card stock (I used neon fluorescent green card stock) and adhere to the back of the tiger (the square SVG file is included, but not shown below — you can also cut the square by hand). Glue the assembled black, white and green tiger piece to the green card. Finished card will fit into a standard 5-3/4" x 8-3/4" greeting card envelope.
Three SVG files (tiger, white and square) included
The SVG files can be cut using Silhouette Studio software and a Silhouette Cameo cutting machine or Cricut Design Space and a Cricut® cutting machine.
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