This week I received an email from Gillian asking how to create a text topper where the text is drawn and the topper is cut. This is quite simple however I didn’t seem to be able to put this into written words well so I decided to make a video of it.
It really is quick and simple and once you know how you will be creating toppers galore!
This process works with all types of type – no pun intended. By this I mean that you can use the logos, fonts in canvas workspace, text from the True Type Converter or indeed even use the desktop version of canvas workspace to type with your fonts directly onto the toppers.
In the video, I show you a few of these different uses and also show you how to then go on and make duplicates of your design.
I hope that it comes in useful.
Ok, that’s most of the housekeeping out of the way but just before I show you the video, please let me share with you a few links relating to this blog post.
I also have quite an archive of blog posts relating to this machine so if you would like to have a look through those, here are a few links for you.
- Scan It Saturday Archive – an archive of weekly blog posts featuring tutorials.
- SVG Saturday Archive – a selection of blog posts featuring free SVG cutting files.
- Digital Craft Emporium – my SVG cuttings files for sale.
Also, if you did not know, I now have a full Scan N Cut workshop available over on Udemy which will give you all that you need to know about this amazing machine. Click on the image below to pop over and find out more.
Ok, if you have your brew ready, let’s do this!
Ok, I hope that you enjoyed that and will make use of it in the near future.
I would love to see what you create if you do follow this tutorial.
Also, of course, please feel free to leave any comments or questions below this post and I will do my best to get back to you.
In the meantime, thanks for watching and I will see you again next time.