I’ve got some fun, new die cut templates, and I can’t wait to see how you make use of them. Today, I am excited to be sharing some unique designs that are sure to spark your creative mind! Make something gorgeous and unexpected with these Spanish tile cut files.
I bet you can’t guess where the inspiration for these designs came from…
If you guessed the Disney World Tower of Terror, you are correct!
I know, super random, but hear me out. In order to fit the architectural style of retro Hollywood and Sunset Boulevard (the area that the ride is located in), Disney Imagineers designed the focal point attraction (aka, the Tower of Terror) in a Spanish Colonial Revival look. That’s why the building has a pinkish hue and a distinctly tiled roof.
The interactive story and attention to detail on this ride is what makes it my favorite attraction of all time. We recently took a trip to Disney World, and while we were waiting in line for Tower of Terror, I noticed some of the beautiful Spanish tiles incorporated throughout the building and surrounding area.
So, there you have it—my inspirational spark for these new cut file designs!
I honestly just wanted to try my hand at creating some fun, patterned tiles, but there are an infinite amount of ways that you could use these designs! On a small scale, they could be used to make cards or gift tags. On a larger scale, you could decorate a school/library bulletin board, or even use them as stencils to create an accent wall in your home!
Placed together, these tiles make some truly wonderful patterns!
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 fun freebies available on my blog!
Enjoy putting these Spanish tile cut files to good use. And don’t forget to share your lovely, finished creations with me on Instagram!
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