I have more lattice edged cards to share.
This one has the lattice edge around three sides. I added one of my detailed butterflies and my tattered flower & pretty flower combinations. The butterfly and flower cut files are available in my Etsy shop.
It still needed something else but I knew I could not hide the edges of a ribbon and a bow would be too much. So I gathered some white seam binding in the middle and topped it off with a row of pearls. I showed how to gather the seam binding on this post.
Since you can see the other side of the card through the lattice I added a little ink to the front edges.
When I was making the cross and lattice edged mat for my other card, I made an extra set (well, ok...I made a mistake in my measurements the first time...but hey, why waste good die cuts...LOL)
I added a seam binding flower and added a pearl.
You can download the free cut files for the cross from this post.
But I was not through with my lattice edged files.
I had to make a card that had the lattice on both sides of the card.
This one is simple but all that cut work adds a great touch.
All I added was a mat, some patterned paper, and a caption.
You can download the "hello" script caption here.
One more thing to share...
I had to make a box to fit the card I made in the last post.
I used the lattice mat and one of my detailed butterflies to decorated the gift box I made.
I show how to make the box on this video and the cut files for the box can be purchased here.
The entire Lattice Edged Design Package is available here.