Here in Australia it’s nearly Autumn but we’re still having hot, hot, hot summer weather at the moment. It got to 41C this week (that’s a sweltering 106F!) I expect my Northern Hemisphere readers are looking forward to their Spring – I know some of my online friends have been battling some shocking snow storms and will welcome some warmer spring weather. Shame we can’t use our Aussie heat to melt a bit of that snow!
Well, daisies remind me of spring and today I have a cute Spring Daisy cutting file for you. I cut the sample above from card stock and the sample below from coloured copy paper.
The file has two layers and a centre piece. First, I gently hand curled the petals backwards to add a little dimension. I placed double-sided tape in the centre of the bottom flower, then rotated the top layer (about 15 degrees) to cover the spaces in the bottom flower before gently pressing them together. I attached the top circle with double-sided tape too.
Hopefully the file will come in handy as a topper for gifts and gift wrap, or on cards. They would look great on a spring table or mixed with your Easter decor too.
Here’s the Daisy File in Silhouette Studio V3 format (Test cuts done in this)
Also, If you like the Grid Card in the sample above you can find the free cut file links here