Xyron & Miss Kate Cuttables Blog Hop

8:00 AM SharonCallisCrafts 12 Comments

Ohhh prepare for cuteness overload!!!!!, All this week the Xyron Design Team and The Miss Kate Cuttables Design Team have joined together to bring you a Blog Hop that is jam packed full of amazing die cut projects and fun!.  Below is a tutorial for a card I made using the cutest little Garden Gnome on the block!. Don't forget to hop by the Miss Kate Cuttable blog to show love there too!.



Products Used

Xyron 9" Creative Station with Permanent Adhesive
Xyron 5" Creative Station with Permanent Adhesive
Xyron 150 Create a Sticker with Permanent Adhesive
Miss Kate Cuttables 'Garden' SVG 
Miss Kate Cuttables 'Flower Group' SVG
Crafter's Companion Ultimate Pro

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How it's made

Download the .svg files from Miss Kate Cuttables and import to your Sillhouette Cameo Designer Edition software, ungroup and arrange on the virtual cutting mat.  Arrange your chosen papers on your cutting mat, load into the cameo and cut.

Using the Xyron 5" Creative Station and the Xyron 150 X to apply adhesive to the cut elements

Assemble the Gnome, ain't he cute !!!!

Flower Power time, download the flower group and as with the gnome ungroup, arrange and cut !

Using the Xyron 150 X to assemble the flowers following the instructions from Miss Kate Cuttables

To make the base card, take the A3 Centura Pearl and cut along the length to make a base measuring 390mm x 164mm.  To create the step, use the Ultimate Pro and crease using the Gatefold A5 and the Half Fold A5.  

From the Half Fold A5 crease measure 140mm and make another crease. This is what your card should look like.

Cut two pieces of American Crafts cream cardstock from the Neutrals collection 160mm x 143mm and 160mm x 48mm this is the base layer.  For the sky cut light blue Core'dinations cardstock 158mm x 141mm, emboss using the Embossalicious 'Clouds' folder and distress.  For the grass cut light green Core'dinations 158mm x 46mm, emboss using the 'Tumbling Leaves' folder and distress.  Run all the pieces through the Xyron 9" Creative Station.

Matt and layer onto the base card.

Start to place the die cuts onto the card base.  

Add the title

Blooming Lovely!

Thanks for stopping by my blog today and hop by Miss Kate Cuttables and their Blog for oodles more fabulous die cuts inspirations from their Design Team.  Visit the Xyron Blog again tomorrow and the rest of the week for more hop fun.

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  1. Girl this is just too cute for words!

  2. very cute and I love all the deatils you added...its been a pleasure co-hopping with you all at Xyron

  3. This is adorable! It's been great fun co-hopping with everyone on the Xyron DT this week!

  4. Oh how wonderful!
    Great step card,
    thanks for all the
    Carla from Utah

  5. Such a cute adorable step card! Love it!

  6. So cute ! I love these cute files they really are fantastic. X

  7. Great job on the tutorial...you show how easy the cuts can be made and how fun and easy the Xyron makes putting shapes together. I like the card shape and embossing. Super cute card.
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  8. So super cute! I have made a layout with that same gnome, I just love him. Love those embossing folders too! :)

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  10. What an adorable card!! Love it! Love the design!!

  11. Sharon, this is so adorable! I love the card and the gnome!

  12. You are is so cute! I also LOVE how you used your Silhouette! I need to get mine down to more of a "science" like that!!!!

    I am really excited to be on the Xyron DT with you (and CC :) )



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