Well, week two of the relaunched SVG Saturday series of blog posts is here!
This week’s free cutting file is a simple doily design.
If you saw my earlier post on how to design a doily in Scan N Cut Canvas then this is the same design, just converted for all of the other cutting machines out there, including the Silhouette, Cricut and more.
Just the one layer in this week’s offering.
The design looks like this.
Nice and simple but would look effective in a load of different projects.
The files are supplied in the following file formats.
SVG – Scalable Vector Graphics. This is an image file type that can also be used by most home hobby cutting machines. Some machines will require the file to be converted in external software before it can be used for cutting.
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 their free software. It can also be used in the majority of CAD software if you are super clever.
FCM – A cutting file type only compatible with the Brother Scan N Cut.
EPS – This is a vector image file type that can be imported into many graphic design software packages such as Adobe Illustrator and Serif Craft Artist.
PNG – This is a raster image file type that can be imported into many graphic design software packages such as Adobe Illustrator and Serif Craft Artist.
With this set of files you can make and sell as many hand-crafted items as you please for whatever reason you choose.
You may not however distribute the files. If you know someone that would like these files then please send them a link to this blog post.
You can download this file set from my online digital crafting store, www.digitalcraftemporium.co.uk
Please note that you will need to have a registered account in order to complete the process as you will need to access the download from your account.
Right, I’d best get cracking at designing something for next week! Hope you like this set and enjoy using them.
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Bye for now.