I’ve enjoyed making and sharing the occasional cut files for the Silhouette Cameo and I thought I’d try and commit to doing this regularly.
So….here we go! This is the first in my new series of “Free File Friday”
The notebook is small enough to tuck into a Credit card slot in your wallet or purse*** so will be easy to find when you need to jot down a number, address or whatever and it won’t get lost or bent up in your handbag.
*** Over here in Australia, we carry our money and credit cards around in a Purse or Wallet. We carry our purse or wallet, along with the hair brush, makeup, lipstick and other assorted essentials (kitchen sink?) in our handbag or bag.
I think a handbag is called a purse in the US (yes/no?) but when I say purse I don’t mean handbag..He He.. Confusing much? 😉
- When cutting the inside note pages I included a perforated line to make it easier to tear the pages out.
- The two tiny cuts on the front cover are guide lines, I used a ruler and embossing tool (empty biro or bone folder will work) to score a fold line and these cuts were my guide. They don’t show on the finished cover but can be ungrouped and deleted if preferred.
- The file is set up for an A4 page – To fit on a letter size page: ungroup the note book pages and delete the bottom two pages of the notebook.
- I assembled the black note book with a staple and covered that up with the cardboard spine cover. The Kraft notebook didn’t need the cover as I joined each page with double sided tape but I used it anyway as a contrast.
Thanks for this – it will be very useful
Thanks for stopping by. Glad you like it!
Gorgeous little notebooks !a fab idea very handy to keep in a wallet or purse or in a handbag .
I have had my cameo since last september and just cut files but i am going to learn to do more with it and use it to my advantage hopefully once i get the hang of it .
look forward to seeing more of your work .
I know Roma, there’s so much the Cameo can do isn’t there? I enjoy trying to design my own cut files but want to try more print and cut projects in the future.
It’s all a learning curve 🙂
Sorry forgot to say thanks for the freebie ! x
My pleasure Roma, Thanks for visiting. 🙂
Thank you Pam, this is so kind of you to share this really handy cutting file. I also design and share lot of things. It’s so nice to see others like you doing this. Big hugs,Debbie
Thanks Debbie. I’ve seen all the files you share too! They’re awesome 🙂
A cute idea & thanks for sharing with everyone too.
Tine (Addie 24)
Thanks Tine 🙂
Cute and practical! Thanks for sharing
Hope to share more as I do them – Thanks for visiting 🙂
What a cute and creative idea.
Creative M says
A Super Dupe Cue idea! Great job. TFS
Thanks for linking up over at Silhouette Challenges.
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Adorable notebooks! Love the hearts! So cute! Thanks for playing along at Silhouette Challenges! 🙂
Tabitha Davis says
Great project. I love all the colors and everything.
From the Silhouette Challenges:)
Oh what gorgeous little notepads, perfect for my purse (yes we call it a purse here in the UK too. Thanks for sharing the file and for joining us this month at Silhouette Challenges.
These are going to handy. Thank you for sharing them.
I just found your notebook file. I love things like this. Thank you for including the picture in your download file; that is so helpful to refer back to when using the cut file.
joyce Fisher says
I’m so glad that I found “Get Silvered”. I made a “Tweet” today about your FREE files so my followers can find you too.
You have great projects! I really like these darling little notebooks. I would like to make some and share them on my blog if that is okay with you. Of course I would give you credit for the design! May I have your permission to link to this page?
Peace, Love and Joy,
Thank you for visiting and for the tweet – That’s really kind of you to spread the word about my blog.
Of course you can make some notebooks and blog and link here. Thanks so much for asking.
Let me know as I’d love to see different versions of them – different colours etc etc. Remember to adjust the file to letter size though as I set it up for A4 which is what I use here 🙂
Thank you, Pam. I enjoy I have founded your blog. I got a silhouette a few weeks ago and I have to learn with plaisure.
Sorry, my english is limited.
Have a good day.
Glad you found my blog. Enjoy your Silhouette – they are so much fun!