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Monday, September 14, 2015

Haunted House Bendy Card SVG file instructions

Cutting machine crafters, I just uploaded this new Halloween bendy (a.k.a. bendi) card to my online stores. If you have a Silhouette machine, you can download it from the Silhouette store in .STUDIO format. If you have a Cricut Explore machine you'll find it in SVG format at The download comes will all the shapes needed to create this intricate card. It will fit in a  5x7 envelope. Putting it together takes a little time, but it is easy and worth it. I'll link the files to this post as soon as they appear on the websites.
Get the SVG version here.
Get the Silhouette studio version here.

Here's what you will need:
Black, Charcoal, Grey, White, Yellow, Orange, Navy, and two different shades of Green card stock.

A good paper glue that won't cause warping. (Do not use will warp your paper.) Use something like this.
Cut all the pieces and lay them out so you can grab them for assembly.
We will take the back piece and layer the moon and bat behind the haunted house silhouette. When you glue down the haunted house, you will need to make sure that the slot in the house and the slot in the back piece line up perfectly.
 Now glue the orange roof pieces as shown, then attach the white window and porch pieces with glue.
 Now assemble the bendy card "wing" pieces as shown above. When putting on the large piece of grass, make sure that the slot on it lines up with the slot on the hill behind it. When arranging the tombstones, make sure to layer some in front of the grass and in back of the grass to add depth.
 Once the bendy card "wing" pieces are decorated, glue the tab to the back of the card as shown.

Now all you need to do is insert the wing tabs into the corresponding slots. You always start with the larger wing first, then you insert the smaller wing. Voila!


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