Here are more way to use the Just Leaves Lattice. I can't help it—I think this is such a fun one to use. I really like how the cards turned out. The pattern in now available in the shop, as are other goodies I've been slowly adding.
Rings Lattice - I can see this pattern on so many things—specially on cards on an angle and cropped—and in orange for some reason. This was a pattern that involved a lot of tweaking. At first the rings seemed too thick, then they were too thin. When I finally held this cut out in my hands, it felt right.
Pods Stationery - This is a fun set that I've used myself many times. The simplicity of the main graphic is what I've liked about this pattern. That's why it keeps popping up, like my leaves. Several of the bookmarks are staples next to my reading books.
I realize that my digital cutter projects have started dominating my posts lately. I don't want that to discourage any of you that don't own one. I'm still working on printables and DIYs that don't include any cutting machine steps—so please stick around. I haven't forgotten about you.
I have other goodies and news coming this month but that will have to wait for the right time. I don't mean to tease you, I'm just excited about everything that's been going on behind the scenes.
There are a couple of things that I can mention. The first is that I have a new web site in the works. I'm so happy about that! That's why my digital cutting section is a bit overcrowded and with no categories to make it easier to find things. I've been concentrating my efforts on uploading products to the new shop, while trying to keep the old one running. It's double the work, but it will pay off in the end.
The other thing is that for those of you that have been asking about the compatibility of my files with a Silhouette. My files are now available in DXF, which is a format that can be easily imported and recognized by the Studio software.
Well, happy Thursday! One more day and the kids will be all mine for the summer!