Beautiful Invitation Card Utilizing KNK Force Machine

w Beautiful Invitation Card Utilizing KNK Force Machine

This is a File that has been on my to-do-list for quite some time, Now having the time I decided to give the Craft Bazaar of our Great Friend Diana Tunnicliff a try. I ended up making a beautiful invitation card that can be utilized for any events!

Beautiful Invitation Card Utilizing KNK Force Machine

The materials that I used for this project were:

Settings for KNK Force:

The settings used for the Red Blade:

Settings to cut the Cardstock

  • Passes = 1
  • CD = 90
  • CS =  Default-40
  • US = Default-40
  • PS = Default-20
  • LS = Default – 20
  • Blade Offset – Red Blade
  1. I choose one of the AWESOME files from the Bazaar of Diana Tunnicliff.
  2. Using my KNK Force I cut the file
  3. I printed what the invitation would say and then glued it to the card
  4. Then, I cut a piece of vellum paper to place it inside the invitation
  5. Finally, I added a ribbon as an embellishment

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Este es un archivo que ha estado en mi lista de cosas por hacer durante bastante tiempo, ahora teniendo el tiempo decidí darle una oportunidad al Bazar de artesanía de nuestra gran amiga Diana Tunnicliff. Terminé haciendo una hermosa tarjeta de invitación que puede utilizarse para cualquier evento.

Hermosa tarjeta de invitación utilizando la Cortdora digital KNK Force.

Los materiales que utilicé para este proyecto fueron:

  1. Seleccioné uno de los IMPRESIONANTES archivos del bazar de Diana Tunnicliff.
  2. Utilizando mi cortadora digital KNK Force corté el archivo.
  3. Imprimí lo que diría la invitación y luego lo pegué a la tarjeta.
  4. Luego, corté un trozo de papel vegetal para colocarlo dentro de la invitación.
  5. Finalmente, agregué una cinta omo adorno.

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Picture Christmas Tree Ornament Decoration Using KNK Force PNC


Picture Christmas Tree Ornament Decoration Using KNK Force PNC

I used a picture of my granddaughter when she was a baby to create a Christmas Tree Ornament. With the KNK Force PNC function, my Picture Christmas tree Ornament Made a Unique and Special Decoration that glowed with personality. Normal ornaments while shiny, do not really have any “meaning.” I wanted the Christmas tree to tie into my family, and what better way to do that than just making them part of the tree.

Picture Christmas Tree Ornament Decoration Using KNK Force PNC

Materials:

Settings:

  • Blade = Red
  • BT = 1
  • P= 1
  • CD = 60
  • CS= 20

Instructions:

  1. I opened the picture that I wanted to use in SCAL4.
  2. Then, I created a round shape that is the same size as the ornament, to work as a guide in cutting the picture.
  3. Follow the instructions in the PNC Chapter of the User Manual (Chapter 11)
  4. Once the picture was cut, I rolled it in order to be able to put it inside the Christmas ornament
  5. Then, I made a bow with a piece of ribbon, and another bow with a piece of tulle to attach them to the Christmas ornament.

Personalized Gift for Any Occasion – Specially for Someone Special (SPANISH)

Personalized Gift for Any Occasion Christmas is right around the corner! Meaning it is time to start preparing our gifts. With this Personalized Gift for Any Occasion, we can make one for all of our loved ones. Just change the message and or the theme. There are truly limitless possibilities. The glass makes the gift appear more refined and professional while maintaining a fragile cuteness!

Personalized Gift for Any Occasion

Materials:

Settings to the Vynil:

  • Blade = Red
  • F = 6
  • V = 250
  • P= 1

Settings to cut the cardstock:

  • Blade = Red
  • F =15
  • V = 150
  • P= 1

Instructions:

  1. I searched MTC for a Butterfly and made it the size that would fit inside the glass.
  2. Then, I made a shadow layer from that butterfly to cut it out with cardstock.
  3. I wrote the phrase that I wanted to use “Mujer Virtuosa” which means (virtuous woman) to put in front of the glass.
  4. Now, From vinyl, I cut the Phrase “Mujer Virtuosa” and the butterfly.
  5. Then, I cut the shadow of the butterfly out of cardstock.
  6. Next, I glued the dry branch to the mirror candle base. Then, I glued the butterfly and a flower to the branch  (this flower can be done with paper too).
  7. After everything is glued, I then put the glass to cover the branch. I glued the glass to the small mirror with epoxy to stay in place.
  8. Finally, I place the Phrase “Mujer Virtuosa” on the front of the glass.

SPANISH VERSION

Las Navidades ya están aquí y es tiempo de preparar nuestros regalos. Con estos regalos personalizado para cualquier ocasión, nosotros podemos hacer uno para cada persona especial. Sólo cambie el mensaje o el tema y tendrás uno diferente para cada persona especial en tu lista. Este cristal hace que tu regalo lusca má delicado y adorable.

Personalized Gift for Any Occasion

Materiales:

Ajustes para cortar el Vynil:

  • Cuchilla = Roja
  • F = 6
  • V = 250
  • P= 1

Ajustes para cortar la Cartulina:

  • Cuchilla = Roja
  • F =15
  • V = 150
  • P= 1

Instrucciones:

  1. Yo busqué una mariposa en MTC y la hice a un tamaño para que cupiera en el embase de cristal.
  2. Luego, hice una sombra de la mariposa para cortarla en cartulina.
  3. Luego escribí la frase “Mujer Virtuosa”  para ubicarla al frente del embase de cristal.
  4. Ahora, corté la mariposa y la frase “Mujer Virtuosa” utilizando el vinil.
  5. Luego, corté la sombra de la mariposa utilizando la cartulina.
  6. Después, pegué la rama seca al espejo y a la rama le pegué la mariposa y una flor (esta flor puede hacerse de papel).
  7. Luego de haber pegado todo, ubiqué el embase de cristal para cubrir la rama seca.
  8. Luego, pegué el embase de crital al espejo utiliando Epoxy para mantenerlo en su lugar.
  9. Por último, pegué la frase “Mujer Virtuosa” al frente del embase de cristal

“Please Take One” Halloween Sign Using Floor Vinyl- Great Idea

Halloween Sign for Candy Basket Using Floor Vinyl

“Please Take One” Halloween Sign Using Floor Vinyl. This is great and really easy to make. I really love Holidays, it is yet another thing that gives me tons of crafting ideas! Inspirations can come from any where, this time it came while doing some remodeling. We were remodeling our stairs and instead of carpet we decided to install floor vinyl, not only is it cheaper it is also a lot easier to install than tile or carpet. However as I saw the texture of the floor vinyl the idea to use it as a tombstone for a Halloween sign came to mind. Seeing as we are already in the month of Halloween, there really is no better time. So, As per Halloween tradition we give candy out  every year to children. This time I wanted to attach a sign to the candy basket.

Halloween Sign for Candy Basket Using Floor Vinyl

Materials:

Settings:

  • Blade = Red
  • BT = 1
  • P= 1
  • CD = 14
  • CS= 20
  • US = 20
  • PS = 20
  • LS = 20

Instructions:

  1. First, I Traced the tombstone in MTC.
  2. Then, inside of the tombstone I added a bat and as well as the text which wrote, “Please Take ONE” inside the tombstone.
  3. Then, I used the KNK Force to cut the design out of vinyl
  4. Lastly, Using clear transfer tape, I transferred the vinyl to the floor vinyl.

Last Minute Initials Wedding Glasses Using Sensitive Pressure Vinyl


Last Minute Initials Wedding Glasses This was a Last Minute Initials Wedding Glasses for a couple that had forgotten their wedding glasses. My sister-in-law asked me to do it the same day of the wedding. So the fastest thing that I could do was their initials inside a heart.

The wedding was simple but Beautiful.

Materials:

Settings:

  • F = 45 (I have cut this material before with a F=25. This time I had to use F=45. Remember that there are going to be things that can affect the Force and the cut, like the dull of the blade, the mat, etc. So just use this as a guide)
  • V = 100

Instructions:

  1. Using MTC, I choose a heart from this software and with the Rhinestones icon made the circles on the Pressure Sensitive Vinyl.
  2. Then, I wrote their initials inside the heart. When I was happy with the result, I cut it with my KNK Groove-2.
  3. After weeding it, I placed masking tape on top to transfer the project to the glasses
  4. Next, I put a Rhinestone and the bottom end of the heart (the point).
  5. And finally, I made bows to use as an embellishment.

 

PS: The couples in the picture are me and my husband when we got married in 1990. I just put that candle there to take the picture.