Now, it might seem a little silly of me to share a list of SVG sellers with you, considering that I run my own SVG cutting file site, however, I know that you know that others exist, so there’s no point in being silly about it.
Plus, I buy from them too, lol. *sigh. I will never be rich.
For this week’s Scan N Cut Saturday post I have therefore popped together a short list of three of my favourites based on value and design.
Just before I do though, I would like to blow my own trumpet.
Lol, no, but seriously, if you didn’t know I do have a website where I release new designs each week. Subscriptions are as little as £1 per week and, if you choose to sign up, you can bask in the warm cozy glow that you are supporting an independent designer trying to make his way in the world.
More info, and details of cutting file packs, subscription options and more can be found over on www.digitalcraftemporium.co.uk
Also, if you do own a Brother Scan N Cut, I have a host of resources for you too.
If you would like to see more from me in relation to the Brother Scan N Cut CM series of machines, please check out the following links:
– Blog Archive. A whole load of blog posts from the last 5 years working with this machine.
– Udemy Video Workshop – a full Scan N Cut series of ad free lectures that takes you right from getting it out of the box, through the key features of the machine and beyond.
– YouTube Playlist. A whole bunch of free videos.
– Digital Craft Emporium – my cutting file store.
If you don’t yet have a Scan N Cut and would like to get one, remember, the machine is exclusively sold by Create and Craft TV, in the UK. It may be available from other retailers overseas, of course.
Ok, let’s get to that list of other SVG cutting file shops.
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My first choice goes way back to when I began playing with electronic cutting machines. SVG Cuts releases regular free and paid designs with collections available too.
The style is mostly light and playful and there is always an inspiration photo with each design pack.
Link: SVG Cuts website.
For the more adventurous cutting file user, you will LOVE dreaming tree. This site comes into it’s own with it’s three dimensional designs.
Link: Dreaming Tree website.
Craft Bundles has literally thousands of SVG files. Whilst some are more suited to vinyl projects, there is definitely plenty to choose from.
Link: Craft Bundles website.
Right, hope you will find something that you like in that lot.
Enjoy browsing and I will see you again next week for another Scan N Cut tutorial.
Bye for now.