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    Lattice and Lacy Toppers

    Getting a bit brave now and thought someone may be able to use this shape.Got how to upload piccy sussed but stuck on how to put the file on here-any help please?
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    more lattice

    this time a square and a arched window.
    I altered the square into a rectangle and as you can see from piccy , it worked out ok - I think the arched window would look nice on a christening card with a font (is that the right spelling?) in front, change the outside to a dashed line and you have a line to place your peel-off on .

    I found that using one of those cardboard credit cards that you get as junk mail works a treat getting the little squares left off the carrier sheet.
    enjoy

    just noticed that in the picture the lines look a bit crooked - they not, just my bad picture!
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    double circle lattice

    spent weeks and sweat and tears trying susibi's lattice tut and finally managed it.
    here is my first lattice, all i need now is how to make different shapes. hope its of use to someone.
    sugar.
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    sorry for the delay have managed to resize one image you may need the font butterfly heaven sorry for the confusion will try with the other file later
    sugar
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    I'm sure i could use that for something..... frogzone's Avatar
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    The last one for tonight .....
    I have just got two more request to do which i will try and do tomorow.

    Lis
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    Heritage trellis frame

    Hi,

    Should be in bed, but what the hell.

    Just preparing a LO for my daughter's scrapbook. I gave her a partially completed scrapbook for Xmas. The front was pictures of her, and her little brother from birth to about 3 years old. At the back I put pictures of other family members.

    She wanted photos of her brother, so she can see if her birth son looks like him. He was killed aged 9, and she has named her son after him.

    My aim now is to add a few pages to the album every time I see her. This one, when finished, will be of my mother in law, her grandmother, who passed away in February.

    The frame may not be to everyones taste, but I think it works well for 'heritage' photos.

    Maybe someone can use it.

    ErikaP Ornamental frame


    Designed in Inkscape, combination of an altered dingbat, P22 Floriat Font, and freehand. Traced in Robo. Cut at slow speed, 3, from 160gsm card. Too ornate for double cut.
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    I'm sure i could use that for something..... frogzone's Avatar
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    Insipred from wrought iron gate!

    Hi Ladies earlier this year I visted York Minster and took hundreds of picture of the architechtural (sp?) art.. from heating grates to the carving on the pews.
    Now finally i have got round to digging out the photo and doing somthing with them.
    The files were drawn by hand in paint and and then auto traced in robo master, it took a few attempts as lots of tidying up needed to be done.
    I cut it from pearlised Paper approx 135 gsm and used speed 3 and pressure 17.. that is with the robo 100-20 (the blue one). It takes about 7 mins to cut although i forgot to time it until i was halfway through!
    It took about 30 mins to weed out the tiny bits, so not for the faint hearted, but if you have some time to kill or need to take your mind off things, then go for it !If you are cutting out of fine paper make the outline deeper that way you have more to get hold of when you are weeding and you can trim it back when you have finished.
    After i had finished, realised that i could have used pre-set shapes from word and copied them into paint, which would have saved loads of time because trying to get a completly symetrical heart is not easy!!
    Now i've cut it I have no idea what i'm going to use it for ..
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    5 Lattice Ovals

    Using the Craft robo tutorial and PSP I've created my first lattice. I've done it in five different sizes, handy for card fronts, so hope they'll be of use to someone.
    Can anyone tell me how to get the numbers in the middle of a lattice please, I'd be most grateful. Thanks. Hugs iris xx
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    Blank Lattice Monogram for DM

    Still playing around with lattice in Design Master and came up with this. Just weld whatever you want in the centre space. The screenshot shows my sons name but the template is minus the initials ready for your own needs.


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    converted to GSD by Lucille
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    Honeycomb Rose card

    Been playing with combining cutouts and come up with the rose sitting in a hexagon mesh.

    I stuck the liner to the card front with doublesided sticky sheet. I then coloured the rose and leaves with Perfect Pearls powder, (I was a little bit careless as I applied it, tut tut!), Alternatively you could use mica powders here , I then used glitter on the honeycomb.

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    Cat In Lattice Frame

    As the title says,hope someone can use it
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    Lattice mat for waterlily

    Thought I would share the mat I made to go with Weemary's waterlily decoupage. I designed and cut the mat with DM but have done a GSD conversion. Some of the lines look a bit wonky on conversion. It fits the front of an A5 card and the blank in the middle is just a little larger than the first waterlily layer.



    Lynne

    Forgot to say thank you for the waterlily Weemary
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    3 more layering mats for the challenge

    Three more mats for the challenge. I have converted them to GSD, but they may need a little tweaking! The GRA files are much better. I've cut them on 120gsm paper and they cut well.
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    flower lattice

    Hi,

    Hope you can use this template. I just pinched the leaves by hand because I am not always fond of the folds done with the dashed lines
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    Octagon Lattice

    Heres a very basic Octagon Lattice which was one of the first ones I did at the start of the weekend.

    I have made the lattice a different colour to the card so if your carrier isn't really sticky you can cut this first to avoid slipping.

    Also added a lattice matt for if you want to use a plain base card.

    Hope someone can use

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