Half Cut Card Cutting Files

December 13, 2015 — 2 Comments

Hope you enjoyed the little video that I did the other day. If you don’t have a Scan N Cut machine and/or fancy getting ahead with a little boost, I’ve designed a set of cutting files to help everyone do just that!

It’s a fun little set of half cut cards (not in the old fashioned sense, *pictures drunk cards pottering around all wobbly-legged*, lol) with ten different shaped headers and all the layers that you will need, just cut, stick and decorate.

Here is the kind of thing that I am talking about…

Half Cut Card Electronic Cutting File Set

Clever isn’t it?!

I can see a photo going into the circular one … or perhaps the happy couple?

Anyway, like I said there are ten in the Half Cut Card collectionhere are some pics of a few more that are included.

I have included the SVG, DXF and FCM file formats to make this set as accessible as possible.

Not sure what these formats are? Here’s a quick overview…

  • SVG – This is an image file type that can also be used by most* home hobby cutting machines, such as the CRICUT and eCRAFT.*Some machines will require the file to be converted in external software before it can be used for cutting. Please check file compatibility before purchasing this file set.
  • DXF – A vector based file type that can be used be most home hobby cutting machines. In particular this file type can be used with the SILHOUETTE range of cutting machines in the FREE version of their software. It can also be used in the majority of CAD enabled software if you are super clever.
  • FCM – A cutting file type only compatible with the BROTHER SCAN N CUT.

Anyway, it was just a quickie post to let you know about these little beauties – I hope you like them and will pop over to www.digitalcraftemporium.co.uk and grad a set soon.

I look forward to seeing what you make!

See you again soon.

J :)

2 responses to Half Cut Card Cutting Files


    Hi John. Dont know what happened but havent got my download.
    Please help if you can.
    From Hazel


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