New Cutting File Sets At Digital Craft Emporium – DXF, FCM and SVG Formats

Well, hello thar. Just a quicky for the creative card makers and mixed up media makers among you.

It’s a cutting file set that gives you five different sized jigsaws.

Sorry, this set has now been retired. Please visit my store on Creative Fabrica for the latest offers on SVGs.


The original post has been left in place below for reference purposes only.


This wee set has five cutting files in total – Small, Medium, Large, X-Large and XX-Large.

Each one provides a different base size and number of jigsaw pieces.

  • Small – Measures 4” square and has 4 pieces.
  • Medium – Measures 6” square and has 9 pieces.
  • Large – Measures 8” square and has 16 pieces.
  • X-Large – Measures 10” square and has 25 pieces.
  • XX-Large – Measures 11.5” square and has 36 pieces.

What would you use a jigsaw for?

  • Convert a photograph into a fun game.
  • Make engaging learning activities for the kids.
  • Create a unique card front from a stamped or drawn image.

The uses are wide and varied.

Either way, this cutting file set will make it easy for you to make a jigsaw.

SVG – Scalable Vector Graphics. This is an image file type that can also be used by most home hobby cutting machines including Scan N Cut, Cricut and various others. Some machines will require the file to be converted in external software before it can be used for cutting.

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3 thoughts on “New Cutting File Sets At Digital Craft Emporium – DXF, FCM and SVG Formats

  1. Hi John
    I am a cardmaker and whilst I am in my craftroom surrounded by my laptop e bosser scan n cut and drawers full of card my hubster locks himself in his workshop surrounded by laods of mahinery and his beloved scroll saw. He does some brilliant work but is desperate for some fonts similar to what we use on a cutting machine. He needs a .ttf file so that he can create his own words. Can you help?


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