A new free SVG file for you AND a user requested tutorial video too!
This post was inspired by a Facebook comment in response to a question that I asked. I had asked about the types of things that you would like to learn in relation to the Scan N Cut. One response, from Sue Smith, read …
As you see, the response also seconded by Kim and Roxanne and both were liked by a couple of others so I assumed that there might be a few more that would like to know how to do this too.
So, first, let me give you the SVG file that you will need if you are going to follow along with this tutorial.
Just click on the image below and the file download should start immediately.
FYI, the file will be delivered in a zipped folder so if you need any help with that you may like to check out this video that I made.
Ok, now that you have that. Allow me to give you a quick reminder of some other Scan N Cut related stuff before I share the tutorial.
Thanks. No obligation to click, just wanted you to know that stuff was there for you.
Right, let’s get on with the tutorial bit.
Cuppa ready? Good, let’s go.
Right, that’s it for this post. Hope you find it useful.
Many thanks for stopping by and I look forward to bringing you more of these in the near future – as well as news of those exciting changes for the Digital Craft Emporium website.
Bye for now.