KNK and My Scrap Chick

My KNK 15″ Maxx and the files that I have from My Scrap Chick are a wonderful combination.  Snoopy (my Maxx) cuts the files so quickly and easily.  The files from My Scrap Chick are very easy to use and are available in a large variety of themes and formats.

Last week when I opened my email from My Scrap Chick to see what was new and to download the weekly freebie, I saw a card that had been made using one of their older files.  It was the Dancing Candles.  I have always gotten a smile on my face when I see those little guys and since I needed a birthday card for a friend, I decided that they would be just perfect for my card.

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Materials Used:

Various card stocks in multiple colors.

Double sided tape

Holographic vinyl in green

Liquid glue

Chalks

Settings:

Machine – KNK 15″ Maxx Air

Blade – Red Cap Standard blade

The card stocks were cut at various speeds and pressures as was suitable for the particular card stock.  Some card stocks needed 2 passes to completely cut.

The holographic vinyl was cut at a speed of 60 and a force of 18 because the letters are small and delicate.

Information:

The card is an easel card  so the front and inside can be seen when it is opened and the bottom edge of the front tucked behind the message panel.  The message panel is mounted on dimensional pop dots so it forms a ledge to hold the card front in place.

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Here is a side view of the card so you can see the easel.

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My card is very similar to the square easel card in My Scrap Chick’s Easel Card Collection.  However I made my card 5 1/2 ” wide and 6 1/2″ high to accommodate the size of the Dancing Candles.

4 thoughts on “KNK and My Scrap Chick

  1. The card is adorable. I really like the My Scrap Chick files. I also appreciate how simple it is to resize cards and other files with MTC.

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