Hello and welcome back, everyone! I’m so excited to introduce our new Holiday 2018 Digital Release today with our team members, Anna and Olga. You can find more details on their projects on their respective blogs.
We have ten new digital designs to debut but before I do so, we have a special release promotion. Receive double points for all purchases until tomorrow evening, November 20 at 8pm EST.
Let’s move on to the release! Everything is available to download immediately. First up we have our Coffee Bundle Cut Files.
This single cut file features 12 images including a buildable coffee to-go cup (think Starbucks!), two layer whip cream and additional mug shapes for you coffee loving paper crafters.
Anna used our Blizzard Hugs to adorn her mug!
Next, she created a winter themed Starbucks-esque red cup using our new coffee cut files. Her background Blizzard Hugs makes the whole project really stand out!
For our next digital file, we have our Holiday Ornaments Printable files. You have the option of foiling the ornaments with Page 1 or die cutting and using the colored images as embellishments with Page 2. This is a great product to stretch those dies! This is essentially an add on to our Holiday Ornaments set and dies. These digital ornaments can be cut using the coordinating dies.
Anna created a colorful wonderland of ornaments backed with our 2-piece Foliage Coverplate!
Next up is my card! I foiled my ornament with red foil and then I cut the branches on my cricut machine. I also white heat embossed our new Glass Windows background stamp to offset the drama of the red foil. Then I created a small cluster of Pine Branches. I adhered the cluster to my ornament and then adhered the ornament to my background panel.
Our next digital file is a similar add on product. Our new Christmas Tree Printables share the same template as our Christmas Tree stamp set. So these images can be cut using the coordinating die when printed at 80% scale (instructions are included with the downloadable file). This printable product features three pages of images that you can foil and/or die cut.
Our Christmas Tree printables features three different colors of each tree so I made three gifts tags for the gift specific trees.
Next, I started assembling my additional tree printables. I originally assembled most of these Snowflakes coverplates during our Fall 2018 release. I decided to use them for this release to back up my printable tree. Lastly, I added a bow or pom pom embellishment. This was a great way to mass produce the christmas cards!
Next up is our Christmas Lights Printable background image. This bundle features two PNG files. Print at 60% scale to print these out in 6×6 inch format.
Next up is our layered Leaf SVG Cut File bundle! This single file features 16 images. There are 8 solid leaves and coordinating outline cut file images.
Next, we have our Vintage Merry Christmas SVG cut file. This is a beautiful and classic style sentiment that can be use on your next holiday card!
For the top card, I blended some Cobalt Breeze Dye Ink at the top of my panel. Then I layered on my Pine Tree silhouette cuts. For the layer in the background, I added some snow with a snowmaker. Lastly, I layered my red sentiment over a white one to give it more interest against the greenery.
Next we have our new Snow Globe SVG and PDF bundle which features cut files and coordinating printables for sentiments. This bundle comes with three SVG files. The first file features the individual snow globe elements for both the dome and globe shaped snow globes. The second and third SVG files feature the globe cut directly into an A2 or 5×7 inch panel. Thus, these files cut the globe portion of the project as well as the panel. The third PDF file contains two pages of printables that coordinating with the round snow globe.
Anna created a sweet woodland scene using our new dome Snow Globe cut file, Pine Silhouette and Deer SVG cut files. She also created a beautiful, subtle background using our Crystal Flurries stamps.
For my next trio of card, I used a combination of the Snow Globe, Pine Tree Silhouette and Deer SVG cut files. For my deer head card, I also used our new Modern Plaid stamp.
For our next digital product, we have our new Pine Branch SVG cut file which features two images that create perfect clusters to give off those holiday vibes in your projects this year.
Olga created a beautiful and full wreath using our Pine Branch SVG!
For my next card, I clustered up some of our Pine Branch cuts making sure to include one white and one kraft branch into the cluster. This added subtle fullness to my cluster which I greatly appreciated once I finished my card.
Next we have our Buildable Mittens SVG cut file! This file features a three step layering mitten pair. Experiment with different colored cardstock for festive creations!
Olga created a funky and cool pattern on our buildable Mittens! She also used our versatile Christmas Sweater stamp in the background to match these bright mittens!
For my next pair of cards, I paired our new bundle cut file with some of our new background stamps (Bare Tones and Confetti Party). Additionally, I used our Haute Stripes, Basic Banners and Cozy Poinsettias to create the rest of the cards.
Lastly, we have our Mitten Cardbase! Create adorable cards using this new cardbase cut file.
For my last few cards, I created a set of cute Mitten cards using the base cut file. After cutting them in different colored cardstock, I stamped the front of my cards using a variety of background stamps (Christmas Sweater, Delicate Dots, Haute Stripes and Confetti Party). Then I adhered the cuff. Next I stamped multiple bows from our Holiday and Grand Bows. Lastly, I stamped or embossed my sentiments on the inside or outside of my card.
Since these are SVGs, you can manipulate the size of the image. So I created some gift tags with smaller Mitten Bases that I cut out. For these smaller tags, I used our Modern Plaid, Bare Tones and Diagonal Stripes.
That’s all for today!! I hope you enjoyed our new release. I certainly did! I had a lot of fun with these new designs. Head over to Anna and Olga’s blog to check out more details on how they made each gorgeous project.
Thanks for stopping by! Do let us know in the comments if you use digital files or not. We’re curious!
Have a wonderful day!
13 thoughts on “Holiday 2018 Digital Release”
No, I never use digital files! Please make all Stamps available in both forms. I still love my wood stamps! I do love my Misti and clear stamps as well, but not digital stamps. Thank you!
very cool designs! I love the mittens!!
I use cut files. So glad a stamp company is making some awesome cut files. I love the foil printables. These will create a whole new dimension to card making. Way to go The Ton.
These are all SO cute! However, I don’t have a scan and cut machine, so I won’t be purchasing the files. I would purchase metal dies and matching stamps if you offered those.
These are fabulous! I do use cut files. Love to get more use from my Cricut!
No don’t use digital files.love using stamps
And metal dies. Too bad these are only digital would
Have loved them is real stamps and dies. They are so cute.
I WISH I could use digital files… I don’t have a cut machine ;(
L O V E using digital designs for both digi stamping and for cutting with my Cameo
=> SUPER EXCITED to see these goodies!
Effie you’ve really inspired me to try digital files after seeing this blog post! My husband insisted I buy a Cricut Maker this summer, so now I need to use it! Thanks so much for diversifying your products!
WOW! What an incredible release! I’ve shared it in the Coffee Loving Papercrafters FB page!
No, I don’t use digital files. Mostly I’m a stamping purist!
I love these cut files! I have a Silhouette Cameo, so these would be perfect to use for my Christmas cards this year. These cards and tags look wonderful. 🙂