Thursday, February 18, 2010

The Gypsy Ironworks


So last weekend I purchased the Martha Stewart "Iron Gate" punch around the page punches. I love them! But, if you've seen the punch, it's very small... lovely for cards or maybe around photo mats. But I also like large full page cuts and this punch would be lost going around a 12x12 page in my opinion. See? the top is the MS punch, the bottom is my newest gypsy project.


I was totally inspired by the punch to create larger versions on my gypsy to fit on 12x12 paper. So, here are the results of my week-long gypsy intensive!  Oh and by the way, these cut files are downloadable, and I've made both the .gypsy file and the Design Studio .cut file available.

Click here for the .gypsy cut file LGIrnSqr.PS.HA.DJ.MDRamsey.gypsy


Click here for the DS .cut file LGIrnSqr.PS.HA.DJ.MDRamsey.cut



Click here for the .gypsy cut file LGIrnBrdr.HA.DJ.MDRamsey.gypsy


Click here for the DS .cut file LGIrnBrdr.HA.DJ.MDRamsey.cut



Click here for the .gypsy cut file LGIrnRnd.PS.HA.DJ.MDRamsey.gypsy


Click here for the DS .cut file LGIrnRnd.PS.HA.DJ.MDRamsey.cut



Click here for the .gypsy cut file LGIrnRndBrdr.HA.DJ.MDRamsey.gypsy


Click here for the DS .cut file LGIrnRndBrdr.HA.DJ.MDRamsey.cut



Click here for the .gypsy cut file LGIrnOtrBrdr.PS.HA.DJ.MDRamsey.gypsy


Click here for the DS .cut file LGIrnOtrBrdr.PS.HA.DJ.MDRamsey.cut



If you download my files, please leave a comment to let me know! I love hearing from you!  Even better, if you use the cuts on your projects, I'd LOVE to see them! Come back and leave me a link! :)

 I actually did not get on my computer for several days, I was so busy gypsying. I was sad to see when I checked my email that The Gypsy Spot is no more. :(  I really enjoyed the blog and being on the DT. I'm sad it went away, though I totally understand the reason, as I've been there myself. Thank you to Nilda and the other DT ladies for the fun and the wonderful inspiration I got from that blog!

25 comments:

  1. Beautiful files! Can you share how you got the inside circle portions to cut out in the Gypsy? I am having trouble with mine. I am going to download yours and take a look. Thanks!

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  2. Thank you for the ironworks cut files...they are beautiful

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  3. WOW!! What a beautiful job you did!
    Thank you for sharing your files. Really enjoy your blog.

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  4. Beautiful work, I was just looking at some of MS punches thinking that I wanted one for a 12X12 page and didn't think it would work. I guess it is time to try with the Gypsy. TFS

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  5. Thank you! This blog post will be advertised on CraftCrave in the Cutting category today (look for timestamp: [19 Feb 01:00pm GMT]).

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  6. Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Cricut Freebies Search List, under the Elements post on Feb. 19, 2010. Thanks again.

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  7. VERY - VERY NICE! Love your files they are great and I will have to try this out! Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Could you please post these in svg files? I can not use the gypsy or cut files.

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  9. I'm sorry Cathleen, I don't have any way to make svg files.

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  10. What lovely iron work you have created.

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  11. Amazing Michelle....you are such a generous soul....I do not have the gypsy but always enjoy seeing your creations..they inpire me to think of my own way to create them..thanx for that!

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  12. Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful work. I can only dream about having your kind of talent, but I love being able to reproduce it.

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  13. Thank you so much for sharing your cut files. And you should be proud of your son, he is so cute, inking the edges of cardstock. Love it.

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  14. Thank you for sharing these works of art!
    I have never used a file like this before on my gypsy-hope it works!
    I can't imagine how long it took you to create these.
    Thanks again!

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  15. Thank you so much for these. I can see me using these for so many different things.

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  16. Wow I love your stuff! I have a Gypsy but I am a novice with it. Can you share how I would download and use the files on my Gypsy/Cricut? I do not have Design Studio so I am not sure how I get the files onto my Gypsy in order to cut.

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  17. I left a little something for you on my blog.

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  18. fantastic! thanks I will play with them this coming weekend.

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  19. HELLO HELLO!
    Hey Michele, I was just thinking of you and had to come by!
    I am so sorry that I have missed some projects, hope you forgive me!
    I LOVE everything you've done..so many great great things! LOVE these designs too! wow! looks like a lot of work too!
    Hope your well!
    Leah

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  20. These are very nice! Thanks for sharing.

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  23. Absolutely love these designs. Can't wait to download them and try them out. Thanks so much for sharing. I'm a newbie and trying to get insipiration for everyone. Hopefully one day I'll be able to create something great like this to share with others.

    Thanks again.

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  24. OMGoodness! These are fabulous! I haven't downloaded them yet, but I plan to! I think these would be great on my WDW Port Orleans French Quarter LO's! Thank you so much!!!

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  25. Hello. I am looking at your cut files and I don't know what cartridge MDR is. I love all the files. Thank you so much for sharing with us. I'm still new with my gypsy and am trying to download them to my gypsy. Could you please tell me how to do this in just a short explanation? I think I have to save them on my desktop then transfer them to my gypsy? Am I close? jeansaporito@yahoo.com

    Jean

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