Sometimes, a quick card can be one of your most creative. Well, let me give you a head start with a set of decorative card fronts ready to cut, layer and embellish.
This set is now available over on www.digitalcraftemporium.co.uk
Free cutting file hunters will receive one of the decorative card fronts with an aperture in both SVG and DXF cutting file formats.
Cut subscribers will receive a total of 36 decorative A6 card front cutting files in both SVG and DXF cutting file formats. This will be made up of six styles with six banner strip/aperture styles; circular, square, rectangle, diagonal strip, middle strip and lower strip.
Craft subscribers will receive all of the cutting files from the Cut subscription PLUS:
A bonus cutting file set featuring each of the six styles without any apertures or banner strips so that you can make your own variations. These will be supplied in both SVG and DXF cutting file formats.
A bonus set of digi stamp versions of each of the cutting files. These will be supplied in EPS and PNG image file formats.
A bonus set of coordinating printable papers. Each of the six styles will be supplied in 24 different colours, giving a total of 144. These are supplied in a print-ready PDF format.
Create subscribers will receive all of the goodies from the Cut subscription AND the Craft subscription PLUS:
A bonus cutting file set give you the parts to make an A6 gift box that is 1cm deep. Seven alternatives will be given; one plain and then one for each of the six styles. These will be supplied in both SVG and DXF cutting file formats.
Create subscribers will also receive all of the cutting file designs in five additional file formats including AI, MTC, SCAL4, STUDIO and FCM.
Here are the six styles that will be included.
Existing users can log in now to download their content.
If you have not already subscribed, please feel free to head over to the website and check out the subscription plans now – they start from just £1.
Thanks for stopping by and I look forward to bringing you another great value set of cutting files again next week.
Bye for now.