Wednesday, July 27, 2011

A-Manda Creates Blog Hop Day 3

Well HEY!!!!
So its day 3 and I see that you are back for more?!?!?!?! Kidding kidding
The Queens Royal Court has another week long blog hop for you all to participate in. This week we get to show off the wonderful creations of A-Manda Creation. So, If you just got here from Liz's AMAZING blog then you are in the right place. If not you might want to start at the beginning over at Theresa's Blog.

SO... I don't normally talk about this but I have to explain my post for today.
I create SVG files for a few companies.SVGs are basically cutting files that you can cut with an electronic cutter using MTC or SCAL. Well, I LOVE IT! It is honestly one of my favorite things to do third only to being a wife and mother. Okay maybe a close third tie with crafting. Either way its something I LOVE! When I saw the digital kits at A-Manda Creation I had to talk to her about doing SVGs with her kits. They are just toooo cute to stay 2d. With Amanda's permission I've altered a few of the images into SVG's and I will be showing those the rest of the week.

Here's a list of What was used:
Ecraft- Lemonade Stand BIG Bundle (scalloped circle and the center circle flower)
Ink- Real red and Bold blue (Stampin up)
Embellishments- Stickles, homemade red glimmer mist, twine from
Stamps- Positive Thoughts Stamp Set
Tools- Ek Success Dotted Scallop
Paper- Real Red (stampin up), blue (stash), white cardstock
Adhesive- ATG and liquid adhesive
Don't forget each designer along the way has a special little something you can win so be sure to leave a comment on this post telling me what your favorite A-Manda kit is with a way for me to contact you in order to qualify. Also The Queen is giving away an additional grand prize winner will receive a $10.00 credit to The Queens store.

Here is a lit of places you can visit along the way in case you get lost...

Amanda's store...






Thank you so much again for stopping by!


  1. Love SVG Files. My favorite kit is unfrogetable.

  2. I have never tried an SVG file. I would not know where to begin.

  3. Oh wow love this red, white, and blue book marker
    You are doing a great job with the SVG files