Let’s Get Digi (in a template kind of way)

Hello!  :)

Today the My Favorite Things design team is sharing samples using  four new digi-templates and a new digi-paper pack (now available)! 

The template files come in several different formats:

  • PDF: traditional print & cut version
  • SVG: for use with the Cricut Expression and Make The Cut or Sure Cuts a Lot software
  • Ai & DXF: for use with Wishblade, Pazzles, and KNK machines
  • GSD: for use with the Silhouette

How fabulous would it be to have a fancy machine cut all the pieces in a jiffy?  I wouldn’t know.  I used my paper cutter and scissors.  But I’m feeling the pressure….  ;)

It’s All About the Candy 

I’ve used MFT’s Tiny Town Halloween along with the Pumpkin Box template.   I ***love*** the pumpkin box.  

I printed the template onto the back side of a woodgrain patterned paper, constructed my pumpkin and sponged all the edges and score lines, quite heavily, with Ranger’s Walnut Stain Distress ink. 

I wrapped one long thin strip of paper around a bamboo skewer to get the curly piece.   After curling, I bent the piece just a bit in the middle(ish) and tucked it beneath my jute string before tying.

I’m really happy with how this turned out.  (Kind of simple, but kind of not.)   :)  

I created a matching card using the same papers, scoring and inking.   A small pop dot beneath the pumpkin costume added just a bit of dimension. 

And a little stamp and sentiment along with some sponging provided a quick finish to the inside.

I hope you’ll check out what the design team has done with these new products!  You can find direct links to the samples HERE after 11 a.m. EST. 

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Have a great day!

Stamps:  My Favorite Things “Tiny Town Halloween”  Ink: Ranger Walnut Stain Distress  Cardstock:  Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate, Vintage Cream  Patterned Paper: Cosmo Cricket Haunted “Nevermore” and “Them Bones”   Accessories: MFT Pumpkin Box Template, Copic markers (E000, E31, E35, G21), jute string, Michaels mini brads, sponge, dimensional boosters.  Pumpkin box approximately 3 ¼” x 3 ¼”; card 4 ¾” x 4 ¾”.

13 Responses to Let’s Get Digi (in a template kind of way)

  1. love the woody look of this one

  2. Michele, these are gorgeous! I love the woodgrain paper — the box looks just like a wooden box!

  3. LOVE that pumpkin box! What a fabulous project! Turned out so cute!

  4. DIBBSIES!!!!! DIBBSIES!!!! DIBBSIES!!!!!! :)

    This is SO stinkin WOWZIE!!!!!!! LOVE all the detail and it is SO not “simple” my friend, it’s A-MAZE-ING!!!!!!

    kj

  5. you always add just the right touches! your card and box are simply gorgeous! looooove the colors!

  6. OMG, this is too adorable! I ***love*** that pumpkin box too!!! I guess I know what’s on my next order!!

  7. AWESOME, Michele! I LOVE that you used that woodgrain paper–total genius!! And all those little details just add so much!

  8. Oh I love it!!! Ok, I Have to tell you I think the idea of printing on the backside of a faux grained wood paper is a FABULOUS idea! I wouldn’t have thought of that!! And knowing that you cut it all out by hand is even more impressive – BRAVO!!

  9. This is wonderful! I just love how the wood grain papers look!

  10. Swoon!!! I love the wood grained paper, and the sponging, and your curly paper!!!! Just awesome Michele!!

  11. Oh my gosh, Michelle, this is so totally adorable! I love this set, very creative!

  12. I came across your blog looking for halloween deco, so adorable!! Does MTF do digi files still..i cant seem to find the template file anywhere…Help please!

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