Tuesday, January 12, 2010

It's Sew Delicious...My Personal Project Runway

Yeah Baby! How do you like my form? Or should I say forms? I think they are fantastical. Dreamy. Delicious. Down right to die for. Get it? Die? Not like death, quit thinking creepy already. I mean Die Cut-able.
My friends I present my first ev-ah custom SVG files! Two fancy dress forms ready for, well dressing up!
Can you say Free? Course you can. That is your favorite word, next to chocolate. Yes it's true to cut them out you have to have a software program that cuts SVG's. Since I have the Cricut machine I use SCAL- Sure Cuts A Lot. There is also something coming called Make the Cut. You can cut these files with different machines as well. You know what I'm talking about if you have one of them. (the ones who cut True Type Fonts and such)
If you are interested in SCAL check it out at candacraft.com that is where I purchased mine & would do it all over again in a heartbeat.
If you are interested in these two forms (#3 is being tweaked) then by all means let me know. If it gets nutty then I will research putting them on a file sharing site.
After you get the files, make something- anything and let me see it! I would love to see your take on them! There may possibly be a contest in the making! So show me what you got. Strut your stuff on my Project Runway.

Happy dressing,
Edited Post: Download Links for the Dress Form SVGs are off to the right of my blog. Look under Tracey's Custom SVG files. Contest info coming tomorrow! I can't wait to show you.


Scrappingamma said...

I love your dress forms! It really adds alot to the cards. I would love to get the svg file. Can you email it to me? My email is Kit20296@aol.com. Thanks so much.

Nancy Ball said...

"YOU'RE IN".....ha, just posted on the CTMH board! I would love your file as I just got SCAL!

Have you seen the new Martha punches...they were at my Canadian M's yesterday! Still on the "Hate Martha" crew!

Tiffany said...

These are sooooo cute. I would love to have the file! Could you please send it to neoddsgirl@gmail.com. Thanks for sharing!

shannonmvt said...

Those are to DIE for! Great job!

Karen Pedersen said...

Your cards are awesome, my silly friend!

Love, Chloe said...

OMG I LOVE your dress forms!! I love all things with dress forms and cupcakes! LOL. Can I please get the SVG files? Thanks!


Stampin' Pam said...

WONDERFUL Tracey - I love your post title. Great job with the stitching. Thanks so much for playing along with Just Us Girls - it's great to have you with us as we kick off the new year. Hope you enjoyed this week’s stitching challenge and will come back for more on Saturday :-)

Anonymous said...


These are absolutely adorable. I'd love to get the svg file. Please e-mail to me at kyatso@hotmail.com.

Thanks so much,

Jen Pilchak said...

Tracey, I love that you've learned how to make SVG files! And I LOVE LOVE LOVE the forms. (our cake wedding toppers where dress forms) I'd love it if you shared :) lillypeadesigns@gmail.com PS, how's the new state treating you??

Anonymous said...

Tracey your dress forms are awesome girl!!!!! Great job!!!! Your blog is very pretty as well!!!

mommyto3bugs, Sarah St- NL said...

Love the dress forms- how cute are those??!! I'd love to have the SVG file if I can.


Thanks for sharing and I love the projects you made!

Anita said...

I love these! So pretty! Can I please, please have a copy of the svg's?? thank you! Anita - beatles22@semo.net

Susan said...

I would love to have the svg files for the dress forms. They are awesome! Thank you for sharing.
My email is susndave3@att.net.
Thank you. :O)

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