I don’t know about you, but today I’m in the mood for something pretty: something delicate, something frilly, something a little…vintage. Get ready to admire those teensy tiny details, because today I am sharing some lovely paper lace cut file designs!
Don’t you just love lace? I was admiring the lace detailing on a shirt my sister was wearing a while back, and thought, “I bet I could design some lace of my own. That would be fun!”
And here we are now.
I specifically designed these lace pieces with gift wrapping/gift embellishment in mind, but the applications opportunities are pretty much endless. These would look fantastic on a handmade card, as part of a wedding scrapbook, or even as an iron-on embellishment to make a plain t-shirt look a little more fancy!
And if you want to make a longer strand, you can always overlap the ends where the pattern repeats itself.
However you decide to put these dainty little lace details to use, it is sure to be stunning! Just be patient with your cutting machine and with yourself during the weeding process: these puppies have A LOT of itty bitty pieces!
I use Adobe Illustrator for all of my designs, and a Cricut Maker to bring my creations to life. For tips on creating fun paper cuts like this one, see the FAQ section on my website. Also, be sure to check out the other party designs available on my blog!
Enjoy my six different paper lace designs! What creative ways can you think to incorporate these charming little frills?
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