Okay, so I had every intention of using this shape on a page today.


But we all know how life is so unexpected and time runs out. So instead, I’m offering up the shape once again for all of YOU to use this fine Wednesday! :)

Simply use this link HERE to access the ZIP file. This time I threw in a PNG along with the JPG, SVG, and GSD files. That way you can use it in your digital scrapbooking!

A little tip. I test cut this this at 5″ wide. I know that Silhouette can cut pretty intricately. I’m not sure if Cricut has quite that same precision. It took a little patience to remove it from the cardstock (I always cut it twice too!), but it worked. I would recommend cutting this at least at 6″ or 7″ wide to be sure just because at 5″, those small letters are only 3/8″ tall. Make sense?

The shape comes in three large pieces and one smaller piece for your “design tweaking” pleasure. If you’re like me, you’re “Let’s try it here. No…there. What if I moved it ….”

And on another note, loved your guys’ top 5! (Kathy, you made me laugh with your “correction.”) In Utah we have a dry heat. I will take that over the southern/midwest/east coast humidity any day. For maybe 15 years we had a swamp cooler (those “work” here in the dessert). However, “they say” it will only cool 20 degrees from the outside temp. Therefore, when it’s 102 outside, it’s 82 inside. And if there is humidity? Fuhgettaboutit. Swamp coolers don’t work.

So three or so years ago we finally got central air. Seriously. In heaven. I get cranky in the heat. Add humidity? And I’m a sweaty, even-crankier person–not to mention my hair just ain’t pretty. lol I think the most amazing thing I noticed when we got central air is the air within our home. When you live with a swamp cooler and go to central air, you notice the difference big time! You should have seen all the condensation expelling from the AC unit for the first two or three days. It was incredible to think we had that much moisture in our house! And we were breathing it!

But now, I live in the lap of luxury and I will never go back.

I . . . am an air conditioning snob. ;)