Fancy Frames and Tags Cutting Collection: WPC, AI, and SVG Cutting Files


I enjoy creating tags for gifts and cards to match. With the Fancy Frames and Tags Cutting Collection you get to combine both and have a matching mini album as well. You’ll have fun taking these coordinating tag shapes and turning them in to a book you can add your own embellishments and photographs to. The cards and frames can be used with the album or on their own.

Since this book has a collective feel I was able to take advantage of a lot of odds and ends embellishments I had lying around my crafting space. Don’t forget to dig to the bottom of your craft drawers for bits and pieces to make your book a unique one of a kind project.

I used eyelets on each page of my book to make it stronger and tied assorted ribbon scraps around the binder rings. The more you can add to this book, the more eclectic it will be. I added plenty of inking to the edges of the pages to help make them stand out, and for a final touch I used Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist in an assortment of colors to help give my book an antique feel.

Enjoy putting this book together with your favorite photos for someone you love, they’ll be happy to receive a beautiful gift, and even more excited by what you decide to put on the pages inside.

The Fancy Frames and Tags Album Collection is available for purchase in WPC, AI, SVG and cutting file formats in the Pazzles store, and was released to Craft Room members on Friday in the New section. Craft Room members can see our other Collections in the Library, and non-members can purchase any or all Collections in the Store.






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5 thoughts on “Fancy Frames and Tags Cutting Collection: WPC, AI, and SVG Cutting Files

  • Tatum Post author

    This book can be layered any way that you wish. That’s kind of the fun thing about it. Depending on how you layer the pages will change the way the book looks, so experiment with what you think looks best. I used a Silent Setter to set my eyelets where I wanted my binder rings to go. Then you can start to add the pockets and the tags.

  • Vicki Gardiner

    Love this! Mini books are my all time favorite thing to create! There are soooooo many things you can include. Thanks for sharing.