2.19.2010

Free Friday!

Of course I didn't forget about Free Friday! Better yet - I figured out how to make .gsd files for those who use a Silhouette.

I've been very busy this week getting art together for my site at TwoPeas. Having fun and learning a lot can be very energizing. Here is a peak at my banners and logos for their site.



So on to Free Friday...
Some of you may already have border designs similar to this but I thought it would be good to share so newbies can add to their stash. I designed the piece to be a full 12". If you have paper long enough, cut the design on a 24" Cricut mat so that you can get the full size for a scrapbook page.





And for those who wanted a GSD file of last week's Butterfly, here it is!

FYI...These files may not be uploaded to a group, forum or website for sale or redistribution, or shared among individuals. They are expressly for the personal use of each person that downloads them from this blog.

Thanks for stopping by. Please leave me a comment so I can get to know you and read your blogs too!

13 comments:

Karen Lindsay said...

How nice! Thank you for sharing! :-)

Karen

Sherry F said...

Thanks this file is terrific ! I'm a fairly new silhouette user. I'm trying to learn how to create my own files, but since I work so much I haven't had much time to play. Your blog is very informational.

Margaret said...

Thanks for the files!

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Kerry said...

Laina, welcome! I'm fairly new here and to scal - just beginning to understand how to use it. Thanks for the freebie. And I'm still looking at your site - its wonderful Thanks for sharing. Kerry Peaslandpeas

Penny Duncan Creations said...

What a cute file Laina.....Thank you so much for sharing it with us!!!

Jill said...

Very nice files, thank you so much.

Margie said...

So glad I found your blog! Thanks for sharing!

Clare D. said...

Oh, I am actually considering going digi, so I can convert digi brushes to cut files. If you know if this is possible, please share what software you recommend for converting brushes to JPGs. Thanks!
cjdempsey9@msn.com

Vicki W said...

Thank you - the timing couldn't be better! I just did a layout that called for a scalloped border with some pizazz!! It looks awesome!!

Lisa Avolio said...

Thanks for sharing. This is the type of file I use over and over again.

scrapcat said...

awesome! I just got a silhouette last weekend for my birthday! I'm excited to work with your stuff at Two Peas! And thanks for the freebies.

p.s. I also watch HSN. Didn't know you designed for them! How exciting!

Breanne said...

These are great. Thank you. I love this border and looks simple. I am new to die cutting so I haven't gotten into the multiply layering yet.